City Update 3.25.20
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 to help customers by phone or Email. Just give us a call at 503-783-3800.
All park and athletic field reservations are suspended until further notice.
Happy Valley Library remains closed until further notice. All programs and events at the library are canceled, and material hold pick-ups are also suspended. Patrons may continue to download Ebooks and audiobooks. Check out the Library website for all the details.
Municipal Court is cancelled until further notice.
The Annex Community Room at the Community Policing Center is closed to public events until further notice.
The Happy Valley Policing Center is closed to the public until further notice. Happy Valley Police will continue to patrol, investigate crimes, and respond to emergencies. As usual, please call 9-1-1 anytime you see suspicious activity or a crime in progress. Please call the non-emergency number at 503-655-8211 to provide information or make a report for other concerns.
Happy Valley Park: The park remains open at this time and access to walking trails/boardwalk is available, however all play structures and play courts are closed.
The City is following executive orders issued by the Governor of Oregon as well as safe practice recommendations by local health officials. Our primary goal is to help keep both members of the public and our City staff healthy and safe. We will continue to closely monitor the announcements and recommendations regarding COVID-19 from representatives at the local, state, and federal level and provide you with updates as to how this impacts City of Happy Valley services.
In the meantime, please continue to refer to the City’s website and Facebook page for specific details related to services and scheduling. The City will continue to reevaluate service delivery as more information becomes available.