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EMERGENCY operations

THE PURPOSE OF THE CITY EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN IS TO:

  • Establish responsibilities and operational requirements for city government during times of emergency
  • Provide guidance for the emergency activities of city departments and the citizens within the city
  • Minimize personal injury or property damage resulting from the occurrence of an emergency by outlining the emergency actions to be taken by city departments and other public and private agencies.

Happy Valley Emergency Operations Plan

Visit the links below for great tips on how you can prepare for an emergency.


COVID-19 INFORMATION

Covid-19 Message from Mayor Tom Ellis

Steve Campbell, Director of Public Safety

Timeline

2020

03/16
03/17
03/17
03/17
03/17
03/18
03/18
03/19
03/24
03/24
04/01
04/08
04/21
04/21
05/05
06/13
06/16
08/07
09/09
09/15
11/09
12/15
12/15

Passport Service Suspended
HV Library Closed to Public
City Hall Closed to Public – 5pm
HV Policing Center Closed to Public
HV Park Reservation Size Limit Implemented
EOC activated
Municipal Court Canceled
HV Park Closed Play Structures, Skate Park, Basketball, Tennis & Volleyball Courts
Emergency City Council Meeting via Zoom
State of Emergency Declared thru April 2020 – Resolution 20-12
HV Police Offer Prescription Pick-up & Delivery
Clackamas Fire District #1 Asked Residents to Stop Outdoor Burning
State of Emergency Extended thru June 2020 – Resolution 20-15
City Council Enacted Resolution 20-13 for Emergency Small Business Grant Funding ($300,000) City Funded
City Council Enacted Resolution 20-16 expanding the Emergency Small Business Grant Funding (Res. 20-13) to $500,000
HV Park Baseball/Soccer – limited open to youth organizations
State of Emergency Extended thru September 2020 – Resolution 20-22
Fencing installed at HV Park – Skate Park & Playgrounds
HV Park limited reopening
State of Emergency Extended thru December 2020 – Resolution 20-28
City supplied all staff with HV logo face masks
City Council Enacted Resolution 20-35 for Emergency Small Business Grant Funding ($250,000) City Funded
State of Emergency Extended thru June 2021 – Resolution 20-32

2021

02/02
02/12
02/26
03/01
03/01
03/01

City Council Enacted Resolution 21-04 for Emergency Small Business Grant Funding ($250,000) City Funded
Clackamas County moved from “Extreme COVID Risk Level” to “High”
Clackamas County moved from “High COVID Risk Level” to “Moderate”
City Hall open by appointment only
Passports by appointment only
Increased staff occupancy

COVID-19 Information