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City checking in with local businesses
Following the Governor’s order earlier this week, the City has been working collaboratively with business owners to ensure local businesses stay on top of the latest mandates. Starting Friday, March 27, it will be checking in with businesses and construction sites to see which ones remain open and making sure they are compliant with the …Keep reading
COVID-19 Message from Mayor EllisKeep reading
City Update 3.25.20
City Update 3.25.20 12:02 PM The safety of our residents, businesses, and City staff continue to be our top priority. The following outlines City services and facilities currently impacted: City Hall will be closed to the public until further notice. City employees will be working remotely as much as possible and staff will be continuing …Keep reading
COVID-19 Public Service Announcement
A message from Happy Valley Director of Public Safety, Steve Campbell: On behalf of the Happy Valley Emergency Operations Center (EOC), I want to stress that the safety of our residents is our top priority and the EOC team is meeting daily to collect critical information, and coordinate with local governments in response to COVID-19. …Keep reading
Are you proud to be a resident of Happy Valley? There are many reasons to enjoy living in this community. With our beautiful parks, meandering trails, well-maintained streets, safe neighborhoods, and attractive commercial centers, Happy Valley is a wonderful place to call home. Much of the look and feel of the city took decades of thoughtful planning and steadfast leadership to instill development standards that reflect the community values.
Since its incorporation as a city in 1965, Happy Valley has grown from a rural area with a population of approximately 300 people to a thriving suburb of over 21,000 residents. Happy Valley is one of the fastest growing cities and has one of the highest median family incomes in Oregon. We are proud of our heritage and excited for the future ahead.