HV Fitness Pass On Sale Until Jan. 31st

January 17, 2019

  The owners of StarCycle, Aspire Total Fitness, Club Pilates, HV Bootcamp, and Forge Hot Yoga have teamed up to support the City’s Youth Council through the first ever Happy Valley Fitness Pass. The HV Fitness Pass offers purchasers an opportunity to try two classes from each of the participating gyms, with proceeds from sales […]

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Are you interested in serving on the City Council?

January 16, 2019

While serving on the City Council requires a significant amount of volunteer time, it’s a wonderful opportunity to shape the future of our community. Residents who have lived in Happy Valley for a year and are registered to vote are eligible to apply to fill the remaining two-years on Council Position 4 that was vacated […]

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Community Partnership Program (CPP) Grants

January 8, 2019

Community Partnership Program (CPP) Grants are made available by Oregon’s Mt. Hood Territory (OMHT) for tourism-related projects in local communities. On-line applications are submitted to Mt. Hood Territory. They are then forwarded to local grant review committees for consideration. Qualifying projects are those that demonstrate an ability to: 1) increase overnight stays in lodging facilities, […]

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Update on Parks and Recreation Court Rulings

December 14, 2018

The City and County continue to disagree on the process used to withdraw from North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District (NCPRD). Clackamas County Circuit Court has yet to issue a final judgement and is awaiting additional filings by the parties. Unfortunately, it appears the Judge is siding with Clackamas County, although we will wait on […]

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UPDATE: Night time road delays along Sunnyside

December 10, 2018

Utility work continues on several SE Sunnyside Road intersections. Crews are working on utility poles and underground equipment for Verizon. The project is close to being completed, however due the holiday week and some needed machine repairs, progress is being pushed back. Plan is for project to be completed by the end of December. The […]

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Volunteers Needed for City Committees

December 6, 2018

Do you care about future growth or design standards? Do you have an interest in improving public safety? What are your thoughts on public art? Happy Valley is always looking for volunteers who are interested in their neighborhoods and their community to join one of the eight advisory boards. Dedicated citizens meet on a regular […]

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Property Tax Statement – Where Does Your Money Go?

November 13, 2018

Every November, property owners receive their tax statements from the Clackamas County Assessor. The City believes it’s important residents know where their dollars are distributed. For instance, did you know that $0.84 of every dollar does not go to the City? It goes to support schools, the county, fire district, etc. For the remainder, here […]

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Thank you for voting Happy Valley!

November 7, 2018

The unofficial election results have been posted. Congratulations to Tom Ellis who has been elected to be the next Mayor. Markley Drake and Brett Sherman were also re-elected to their positions on the City Council. We look forward to their leadership in the community. Thank you also to the other candidates who stepped up to […]

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Special Visitors Take Tours at City Hall

October 29, 2018

Excited 2nd graders from Christ the King, their teacher and parent volunteers came to City Hall for a tour through the various departments, where they observe and learn how a city operates. Tours are led by Community Services staffers Steve Campbell and Stephani Hern. The big finish includes a mock City Council meeting and a […]

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UPDATE: Backyard Burn Season Open

October 26, 2018

Effective October 26, 2018, fire danger levels have been lowered to moderate and the burning of backyard fires is once again allowed.  Per rules, the backyard open burn season includes burning on many rural properties within the county, but is prohibited year-round in city limits. Backyard open burning is the burning of dried debris, no […]

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