162nd Avenue CLOSED April 1st – July 1st

March 14, 2019

As part of the construction for the Pleasant Valley Villages development, 162nd Avenue will be closed from Misty Drive to Monner Road beginning April 1st through July 1st. During the closure, the contractor, Emery and Sons, will be installing new underground utilities (sanitary, storm, water, gas, communication and electric) and re-constructing a small section of […]

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Public invited to review updated hazard mitigation plan

March 8, 2019

Clackamas County Pre-Disaster Mitigation Planning PRESS RELEASE DATE: March 8, 2019 TO: Stephanie Warneke, Communications Specialist. FROM: Steve Campbell, Emergency Manager SUBJECT: Press Release for Happy Valley addendum to the Clackamas County Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazard Mitigation Plan Update – Notice and Opportunity for Public Comment For Immediate Release   Happy Valley seeks additional public input […]

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Local Infrastructure to be Addressed at Urban Renewal Open House Meeting

March 5, 2019

Do you want improved roads, better sidewalk connections, and land for parks? We invite you to join us at the Open House to find out more about urban renewal and the potential projects being considered for Happy Valley. We know residents want 172nd Avenue to be widened, 162nd Avenue to be extended, and other critical […]

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Community Garden applications are being accepted

February 26, 2019

A quick reminder to residents: If you would like to apply for a plot at the Happy Valley Community Garden, applications are being accepted through Friday, March 15th or until all plots have been assigned (whichever comes first). As of current, a handful of 5×5 garden plots remain available, so get your applications in soon […]

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Special Visitors Take Tours at City Hall

February 12, 2019

The big yellow bus pulls in, delivering groups of excited 2nd graders, their teachers and parent volunteers 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 […]

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Attention Sculpture Artists!

February 8, 2019

With the help of Clackamas County Arts Alliance, the Happy Valley Public Art Committee would like to invite artists to apply for consideration to be featured in the 2019-2021 City Hall Rotating Sculpture Garden program. Chosen sculptures will be displayed around the exterior of City Hall between July 2019-June 2021. Applications must be received by March […]

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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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