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We are excited to announce that the 2018 Concerts in the Valley schedule has been extended by one week! The concert series kicks off this Thursday, July 12 at 6:30p.m. with Dancehall Days. The District, who was previously scheduled for Aug. 9, has been moved to Aug. 23 and Ants in the Kitchen, a popular band from ... Read More »
Did you know that getting to know your neighbors is one of the best ways for you to fight crime? It’s true. A neighborhood that is connected and communicates is more likely to recognize suspicious activity and look out for one another. That’s why, each August, Happy Valley hosts a special National Night Out (NNO) ... Read More »
Yesterday, Clackamas County / North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District (NCPRD) approved a budget that includes taxing Happy Valley residents. This comes after repeated promises in letters and website announcements that “Starting July 1, NCPRD will no longer be assessing its permanent district rate within Happy Valley.” The City is monumentally disappointed with Clackamas County ... Read More »
Are you interested in running for Mayor or City Council? The mayor seat and council positions one (1) and three (3) will be on the ballot for the November 6, 2018 General Election. The current positions are held by: Mayor, Lori Chavez-DeRemer Council Position 1, Markley Drake Council Position 3, Brett Sherman Elections for mayor ... Read More »
In last night’s election, Happy Valley residents voted to pass Measure 3-526, a five-year parks and recreation levy. While the final results are still being tallied, approval for the measure is currently close to 72%. This is exciting news for the community. The funds collected from the levy will be earmarked for park operations and ... Read More »


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 20,000 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.

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