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Road closure, 129th Avenue, update

Crews pivot, attempt to resume storm pipe replacement work following safety concerns - On Sept. 17, the City issued an emergency road closure on SE 129th Ave., so crews could repair a large trench area near an important storm pipe replacement project already underway just south of King Rd. The crews had unfortunately encountered unstable ...  

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Our Community Service Officers (CSO) need an organized and detailed Administrative Assistant to support a variety of tasks related to data entry, case support, fielding calls, and processing paperwork for permits, applications, and licenses. The Admin Assistant will help our Officers truly maximize their time in the field as they respond to issues and follow ...  

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Councilor Emami, Ferguson Enterprises, donate $1,000 to Happy Valley Parks and Recreation Foundation

At the Sept. 20 City Council meeting, Councilor Emami presented Happy Valley Parks and Recreation Foundation with a $1,000 donation. As a City Councilor, Emami volunteers his time to serve in his position, but during the day, he is an Account Manager at Ferguson Enterprises. Earlier this year, Ferguson Enterprises dedicated the month of April ...  

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Leaf Drop events return to Happy Valley

Save the dates for 2022’s Leaf Drop events! City residents will have three Saturday opportunities to drop off seasonal yard debris (leaves, woody debris and grass clippings) at the HV Public Works building for FREE recycling, courtesy of Happy Valley Parks and Recreation. Residents are responsible for unloading and de-bagging their drop-off materials on-site. Saturday, …  

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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 25,000 residents.