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The Oregon City Municipal Elevator, Carnegie Library and McLoughlin Promenade are among among Oregon’s latest entries in the National Register of Historic Places.

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After nearly 20 years without a significant change, Oregon City has partnered with the community to update signage regulations to better meet the needs of Oregon City residents and businesses now and into the future. The City’s sign regulations include standards such as size, number, location and duration of signs allowed on public and private property.

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    The Oregon City Municipal Elevator, Carnegie Library and McLoughlin Promenade are among among Oregon’s latest entries in the National Register of Historic Places.

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    For the first time in 150 years, Oregonians have the opportunity to rediscover a cultural and scenic treasure: Willamette Falls.

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    An updated Transportation System Plan (TSP) and associated amendments to the Oregon City Municipal Code (OCMC) have been approved by the City Commission and are effective August 16, 2013.  For additional information contact John Lewis, Public Works Director at 503.496.1545 or the Planning Division at 503.722.3789. 

  • Heritage All-Star Community

    Oregon City Receives Heritage All-Star Community Designation

    Oregon City has been designated by the Oregon Heritage Commission as an “Oregon Heritage All-Star Community.” The commission created the All-Star program to recognize the strong efforts by communities to broadly preserve and develop heritage resources.

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    We are pleased to announce that the 2011 City-wide Historic Survey has been selected to receive an Oregon Heritage Excellence Award as an outstanding example of how to integrate historic resources and historic building survey into larger planning efforts in Oregon. The Oregon Heritage Excellence Awards recognize individuals, business, and organizations for their outstanding efforts on behalf of Oregon Heritage.


    A big thank you to Painter Preservation (Diana Painter, Chrisanne Beckner), Oregon City Historic Review Board, Chris Dunlop, Oregon City GIS specialist and the Oregon City Planning Division for pursuing this unique project. As of today, Oregon City has surveyed all the structures located within the Urban Growth Boundary that are over 50 years old. This information will help inform future planning efforts such as the Transportation System Plan and the South End Concept Plan and better incorporate heritage planning into the long-range planning process. The survey data will soon be accessible in OCWebMaps and can be used by consultants, staff and the general public

     

  • City of Oregon City

    After nearly 20 years without a significant change, Oregon City has partnered with the community to update signage regulations to better meet the needs of Oregon City residents and businesses now and into the future. The City’s sign regulations include standards such as size, number, location and duration of signs allowed on public and private property.