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  • A-Z Community Resource Guide
    Parks and Recreation

    Clackamas County Community Resource Guide.

    An A-Z Listing of Community Services available in Clackamas County. Click on the link below to access the Service Listing on Clackamas County's website.

  • About Court
    Municipal Court
    Municipal Court Gavel

    The Municipal Court is the judicial branch of the City of Oregon City government. It has jurisdiction over most city and state traffic offenses committed within city limits and most misdemeanor crimes. It doesn't handle any DUII cases.

  • About GIS
    Maps
    About Oregon City GIS

    The GIS (Geographic Information Systems) department is a division of the Community Development Department, and supplies mapping services to the public and all City departments. We provide interactive mapping services, data purchasing, database and website services, and project mapping. We were one of the first cities in the Metro region to obtain LIDAR data to accurately map terrain, and participate in an extensive data sharing cooperative in the Metro region.

  • About Mt. View Cemetery
    Cemetery
    Scenic View of Mount Hood from Mt. View Cemetery

    Cemetery office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Gates open at dawn and close at dusk seven days a week.
    Our historic cemetery section is the resting place for a number of well-known figures in early Oregon history. Monuments and family plots for Peter Skene Ogden, Colonel W. L. White, L. D. C. Latourette, and Charles Barlow stand in silent tribute. As with all areas of Mountain View Cemetery, visitors are welcome to stroll through this peaceful, serene area.

  • About the Pool
    Swimming Pool

    Come join the fun at the Oregon City Swimming Pool!

     

     

  • American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Course
    Swimming Pool
    Lifeguard

     

    We've added 2 lifeguard training classes this Spring!  One in March and the other in April.  Registration for the Spring Lifeguard Classes is open so register now as space is limited!

     

  • Animal Safety
    Police
    Two Puppies

    The Oregon Humane Society encourages pet owners to keep their pets in mind when preparing for disaster or an emergency. If you must evacuate, take your pets with you!

    Pet supplies to keep with your survival equipment:

  • Available Online
    Library
  • Borrow Library eBooks and Audiobooks
    Library

    Click here to access resources that will help you get started downloading eBooks and audiobooks from Library2Go.

  • Business Licenses
    Finance
    Business License

    Who needs a Business License?
    All Businesses and Individuals that are conducting business inside the City Limits of Oregon City are required by Municipal Code: OCMC Title 5, Chapter 5.04 to obtain an Oregon City Business License before doing business.

  • Business Outreach
    Economic Development
    Business Outreach

    Business Outreach

    The goals of Oregon City’s business outreach efforts are as follows:

  • Business Recruitment / Retention
    Economic Development
    Recruitment / Retention

    Business Recruitment and Retention

    Business recruitment and retention (BR&R) is the implementation of strategies and programs to encourage new companies to locate or remain in Oregon City. As part of this effort, the Economic Development Department stays educated on business resources and incentive programs available locally, regionally and State-wide.

  • Carnegie Park
    Parks and Recreation

    Though there is no shelter at Carnegie Park, the park may be rented for large gatherings, including church meetings, concerts, and reunions. Reservations require that a Special Activities permit be filled out and submitted to the Parks Office. Fees are determined on an individual basis. For more information, contact the Oregon City Parks Office at 503-496-1201.

  • Chamber of Commerce
    Community

    The Oregon City Chamber of Commerce is an independent organization that serves as a direct link to businesses, economics, governmental and community decision-makers.

    For more information on the Chamber, please visit their website (see below link).

  • Citizen Requests
    Community

    We value your input. If you have a general comment, please email the department or individual directly from the contacts page.

    You may also view FAQ's and log a request into our new tracking system, OC Request!

  • Clackamette RV Park
    Parks and Recreation
    Clackamette RV Park riverview sites

    Clackamette RV Park is adjacent to Clackamette Park and lies at the confluence of the Willamette and Clackamas rivers in Oregon City. Fisherman, boaters and visitors stay at the park year round to enjoy use of the river and the many festivals that are held in Clackamette Park. The RV park contains 35 RV spaces available on a first-come, first-served basis.

  • Classes
    Pioneer Center
    Water color class

    The Pioneer Community Center provides a variety of classes to promote healthy and artistic outlets. You may register for classes in person Monday - Friday 9am-4pm, or by completing and mailing in your class registration form. You may also call the Center for more information at 503-657-8287.

  • Client services
    Pioneer Center

    Outreach and in-center services are available for Seniors and their family members who are in need of assistance in finding the right resource to help with their needs.

  • Code Enforcement
    Code Enforcement
    Mowing an overgrown yard

    Code Enforcement responds to citizen complaints as fast as possible by determining if a violation has occurred, alerting the responsible party that they are in violation, and enforcing compliance through the legal process. We also investigate complaints about parking  violations, abandoned vehicles,  and properties that are overgrown or dangerously deteriorated.

     

  • Codes and Policies
    Finance
    Finance Forms

    Finance Forms will be added in the future, please check back for further information.

  • Collaboration with Regional and State Partners
    Economic Development
    Collaboration

    Partnerships/Collaboration

    Successful economic development cannot be accomplished alone. There must be partnerships and collaboration along the way. Your Economic Development Department knows this and is focused on establishing and maintaining relationships with local, regional and State partners. These partners include:

  • Communication Devices
    Municipal Court

    No public access coverage is allowed in any area outside the courtroom that is on the courthouse premises and under the supervision of the Court without written permission.

  • Community Grant Programs
    Community
    Community Grants

    Oregon City Metro Enhancement Grant Application Online

  • Community Investment Initiative
    Economic Development
    Community Investment Initiative

    The Community Investment Initiative Development Readiness Pilot Program focuses on assisting communities in identifying strengths and weaknesses associated with the development readiness of a municipality. Oregon City was chosen as the sole pilot jurisdiction to participate in this program.

  • Construction Projects
    Public Works
    City of Oregon City

    At any given time, the City of Oregon City has multiple capital construction projects underway. From design to construction, check out our construction project links to find out what is going on in Oregon City.

  • Contact the Court
    Municipal Court
    Oregon City Municipal Court

    Hours and Days of Operation:

    The Municipal Court is located at Oregon City Police Department, 320 Warner Milne Road, Oregon City, Oregon (map).

  • Contacts
    Pioneer Center
    Pioneer Center Contacts

    The Pioneer Community Center is located at:

    615 Fifth Street
    Oregon City, Or 97045 (map)

  • Contractor Listing Info
    Public Works

    Contractors: Please refer to our new site bids site www.bids.orcity.org to register and be alerted to any solicitations or bids that the City has advertised.

    bids.orcity.org

     

  • Courtroom Etiquette
    Municipal Court

    Courtroom Etiquette

  • Disconnections
    Finance
    Water Valve

    Service Disconnection Information

  • Documents, Drawings, Forms, & Permits
    Public Works
    Master Plans

    Approved and adopted City plans are available for public viewing. 

  • E-Permits for Contractors
    Building

    We've joined forces with the Oregon Building Codes Division to allow contractors to pull limited-scope, over-the-counter electrical, mechanical, and plumbing permits online. The permits available on this site do not require plans, calculations, other agency approval, or staff interaction.

  • Economic Development Strategy
    Community
    Economic Development Strategies

    The October 2012 Economic Development Strategy report has strategies for economic strength. 

  • El Tribunal Municipal
    Municipal Court

    El Tribunal Municipal

    El Tribunal Municipal es la agencia judicial del gobierno de la Ciudad de Oregon City. Tiene jurisdicción sobre todas las infracciones de leyes municipales y estatales que se cometan dentro de las fronteras de la ciudad, a excepción de delitos mayores. El tribunal no se encarga de los delitos por haber conducido bajo la influencia de intoxicantes.

  • Elevator Updates
    Public Works

    Interior Updates - 2008

  • Engineering Services Division
    Public Works
    Plans

    The Engineering Services Division within the Public Works Department, is led by the City Engineer and provides professional engineering services to various City departments and the general public for both public and private development, manages capital projects and provides erosion control inspection. 

  • Engineering Services Fees
    Public Works

    The attached document outlines the current Engineering Services fees for copies, applications, permits, and recording services.

  • Events and Services
    Parks and Recreation

    Community Services Department encompasses the following departments and facilities:

  • Fitness
    Pioneer Center

    The Pioneer Center offers a fitness/weight room and numerous physical activity classes including:

  • Fix it Tickets
    Municipal Court

    How can I keep this ticket off my record?

  • Flood Information (NFIP)
    Public Works
    Oregon City Flood 1943

    The City of Oregon City participates in the FEMA National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP), which makes flood insurance available to everyone. The City makes continual efforts to reduce flood damage potential, which reduces insurance rates.

  • GIS Services
    Maps
    Aerial Photo of city

    The GIS (Geographic Information Systems) department at Oregon City is a division of the Community Development Department, and supplies mapping services to the public and all City departments.

  • Indoor Playground Opens - September 30, 2013-May 14, 2014
    Swimming Pool
    indoor play ground

    JOIN US FOR THIS POPULAR PARENT-CHILD DROP-IN ACTIVITY AT THE OREGON CITY SWIMMING POOL!

     

    Preschoolers and their parents can play for two hours at our indoor playground in the Oregon City Community Room on Monday/Wednesday/Friday mornings. Enjoy tumble mats, balls, toys, trikes and much more!

  • Intertwine Natural Areas
    Parks and Recreation
    The Intertwine Alliance

     Intertwine is a network of integrated parks, trails and natural areas that will one day soon be the world's greatest system of its kind.

  • Library Account Access
    Library

    Access your library account by visiting www.lincc.org.

  • Mapping Portal
    webadmin
    City of Oregon City

     

    We've updated OCWebMaps! Our Mapping Portal, webmaps.orcity.org has a new look and feel and includes new web mapping applications.

  • Marketing Oregon City
    Economic Development
    Marketing

    Marketing

  • Mausoleum
    Cemetery
    City of Oregon City

    Mountain View Cemetery has crypts and niches available for purchase. Full body crypts are available in both mausoleums while niches are available in the new mausoleum only. Prices for individual crypts and niches vary.

    CRYPT PRICE RANGE

    Single Crypt
    $2,700 - $6,367

    Tandem Crypt
    $4,485 - $7,477

  • Mission Statement / Values / Vision
    Police

    Our Mission

    The mission of the Oregon City Police Department is to maintain public order and protect lives and property in our community.

    Our Values

  • Mountain View Historical Information
    Cemetery
    City of Oregon City

    Mountain View Cemetery, established in 1854, is one of the oldest cemeteries in the West. The first known burial occurred in December 1847 for infant John Barclay, son of Dr. and Mrs. Forbes Barclay. The second oldest headstone belongs to the former Dr. William Allen who died June 9, 1851.

  • Mountain View Cemetery Burial and Placement Options
    Cemetery
    City of Oregon City

    Mountain View Cemetery offers the options of full body and cremation burials. Full body placement options include conventional ground burial lots and above ground crypts in the Mausoleum. Cremation placement options include 2'x2' single and 2'x4' double cremation ground burial lots, scattering canyon, Cascade Memorial Garden and above ground niches in the Mausoleum.  

  • Mountain View Cemetery Events
    Cemetery
    High School Students helping during Spring Cleanup 2008

    Mountain View Cemetery hosts a variety of activities throughout the year. Some of these are listed below. 

    Cleanup Event
    Memorial Day
    Parents of Murdered Children Memorial

  • Nutrition Services & Meals On Wheels
    Pioneer Center
    Lunchtime at the Pioneer Center

    The Pioneer Center provides Nutrition Services to those 60 years of age and older and to disabled residents of any age referred by Medicaid. The price to seniors is on a donation basis. The suggested donation of $3.00 per meal for those 60 and over.

    CONGREGATE DINING:       

  • Online and Telephone Utility Payments!
    Finance
    Online Utility Bill Payments

    You may now pay your Utility bill using our automated phone system 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! Simply dial 503-657-8151 and select option 1.

    We also accept payments over the web using Visa, Mastercard, Discover, debit card., and other payment options.  We encourage you to view and pay your bill online.

  • Online Payment FAQ
    Finance

    Online Payment FAQ's

  • Operations
    Public Works
  • Parking Information
    Code Enforcement
    Parking Ticket

    The Oregon City Parking program includes activities related to parking permits, citations, and other violations.

  • Parks & Rec Registration Info
    Parks and Recreation
    Bowling

    Save time by registering online! I'm ready to Register

  • Payment Options
    Municipal Court

    We accept  cash, check, money orders, and Visa and  Mastercard credit cards.  We do not accept online payments at this time.

    Failure to pay may result in the suspension of your driver’s license.

  • Pioneer Center Newsletter
    Pioneer Center
    City of Oregon City

    Read our newsletter to find information about classes, activities, and other happenings at the Pioneer Center...

    If you would like us to mail you a copy of the bi monthly newsletter January to December it costs $8.00 annually. 

    Send us your payment of $8.00 with your name and address and we will get you on our mailing list!  You may also sign up to have the newsletter emailed to you - Subscribe Here 

  • Pool, Party Room and Patio Space Rentals
    Swimming Pool
    City of Oregon City

    RESERVE OUR FACILITY ONLINE  
    click here

     

    Rent our 2000 sqft community room or our 86 degree pool or enjoy the sun during your patio rental!!

  • Programs
    Library
  • Property Report
    Maps
    Property Report

    The Property Report tool allows you to create a report of a property in pdf format.  You may then save or print the report at your convenience.

  • Q & A about our service
    Finance
    Water Droplets

    To start or discontinue your service please call (503) 657- 8151, or complete the move in/move out form.

    Q. How often are we billed?

    A. Services are billed monthly; they include Water, Sanitary Sewer,  Storm Water and PMUF( Pavement Maintenance Utility Fee ) 
     

  • Registering for account access online
    Finance

    Registering for account Access

    Step 1. Click on Online Services
     

    Step 2. Select Pay my Utility Bill from the Online Services Menu then select the related information link [ Pay my Utility Bill ] at the bottom of this page. 

  • Rentals
    Pioneer Center
    Wedding

    The Pioneer Community Center offers several rooms for rent. They are climate controlled and a perfect retreat for those hot or cold days.

    Some of our rental options include:

  • Request a New Inspection
    Building
    Inspection Checklist

    As of September 12, 2011, inspections will no longer be performed on Fridays, however, inspectors will now work an hour later Monday through Thursdays to better assist homeowners that work during the day.

  • RSS Feeds
    Community

    The City of Oregon City sends out automatic announcements of news and events using RSS (Real Simple Syndication) technology. You may subscribe to an RSS feed by clicking on one of the links below (for instance, if you were interested in only Meeting minutes, you could select that option and have new Meeting Minutes announcements delivered to your inbox or RSS reader).

  • Services
    Public Works
  • Services
    Pioneer Center
    Senior Services

    The Pioneer Center provides services to adults in the community to enhance their quality of life by offering the following services:

  • Sign up for classes
    Parks and Recreation

    Many of our classes are listed in the Oregon City Trail News and The Pioneer Community Center newsletter.

    You can come in and register for classes in person Monday-Friday 9am-4pm.
    or fill out the Class registration form and mail it to us.

    Classes fill quickly. Also if your a Pioneer Card holder you can receive a discounted class fee if your age is 62 and over.

  • Skyhawks Sports Academy
    Swimming Pool

    Skyhawks Sports Academy

    Sport Programs for Kids - Teaching Life Skills Through Sports

     

  • Special Events
    Parks and Recreation
    July 4th Fireworks Celebration

    Oregon City Parks and Recreation has a full list of Special Events and activities, some of which are listed below. Please read the Trailnews and visit the Special Events tab on our website for updated information about upcoming events.

     

  • Street (Transportation) Division
    Public Works
    Street Crew working on Street

    Program Objective

    Maintain the City’s transportation system and improve public safety. Implement best management practices while performing operations to protect the surrounding environment.

  • Swim Lesson Registration
    Swimming Pool

    Swim Lesson Registration

    **Scholorships available. Please contact Rochelle Parsch 503-496-1752

  • Swim Lesson Registration
    Swimming Pool
    City of Oregon City

     

    Winter Registration begins December 6th at 8:00am

    Spring Registration begins March 7th at 8:00am

     

    To Register Click Here

     

  • Swim Lessons
    Swimming Pool
    Child swimming in pool

    The Oregon City Swimming Pool offers classes for kids, adults, seniors. Join us at the pool!  Oregon City Swimming Pool is a 25 meter pool with 6 lanes.  It is kept at a comfortable 85 degrees. 

  • Swimming Pool Contact Information
    Swimming Pool
    oc pool

    The Oregon City swimming pool features a recreation and lap-swimming pool, water slide, diving board, and basketball hoop.  We offer swim lessons for kids and adults, lifeguarding classes, and senior fitness. Join us!

     

  • The Pioneer Community Center
    Parks and Recreation
    Pioneer Community Center

    Located at 615 5th St. Oregon City OR 97045 is a multi-purpose community center open to the public Monday - Friday.  The Pioneer Center's primary responsibility is to enhance the quality of life for community senior citizens.

  • Ticket / Fines
    Municipal Court

    When you receive a citation please read the information on the front and back of the citation thoroughly. You have four options available to you when responding to the violation(s) on your citation:

  • Traffic Speed, Volume and Classification Studies
    Public Works
    Hwy 99E in 1943

    The City of Oregon City has been conducting traffic volume studies since 1978. We have historical traffic volume counts from 1978, 1980, 1989, 1990, as well as more current ones. Any of our historic studies are available for review. Our most recent studies are available online (see below) and will be conducted every 3 years, or as needed.

  • Transportation
    Pioneer Center
    Pioneer Center Vans

    Our door to door transportation system provides service to those 60 and older to the residents of City of Oregon City, its Urban Growth Boundary and the City of West Linn. Rides are provided for personal business, shopping, medical appointments, trips to the Pioneer Center for lunch, classes and activities. Transportation service is scheduled on a space available basis.

  • Urban Renewal
    Economic Development
    Urtban Renewal in the Downtown area

    Urban Renewal plans in Oregon City have helped to revitalize the economic health of Oregon City. Currently the City has one Urban Renewal District in the Downtown area. 

  • Utility Billing Policy
    Finance

    The City of Oregon City bills monthly for water, sewer, storm drain services and a pavement maintenance utility fee. A statement will be mailed to you at the end of each month and will be due the middle of the next month.
     

    Water rates are based on two elements:

  • Utility Customer Service
    Finance

    Utility Customer Service is a Division of the Finance Department, and manages approximately 10,000 active utility customer accounts for the following services: water, wastewater, storm water, and pavement maintenance

  • Volunteers Needed
    Pioneer Center

    The Pioneer Community Center provides a wide array of services to our community’s seniors and our staff needs your help to keep our programs operating and running smoothly.We are currently looking for volunteers with flexible schedules to serve as substitutes for our nutrition and Meals on Wheels program.

    Available Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Water Division
    Public Works
    City of Oregon City

    Program Objective

    To distribute and maintain Oregon City's potable water supply and to protect public health by closely monitoring the system and complying with all safe drinking water standards. Implement best management practices while performing operations to protect the surrounding environment.

  • Welcome to Oregon City Parks!
    Parks and Recreation
    City of Oregon City

    Oregon City Parks and Recreation strives to create recreation, leisure and cultural opportunities by providing high quality parks, facilities, programming and support services to people of all ages.

  • What Zone am I in?
    Maps

    This tool lets you find zoning information for your property.  You can run the tool by typing in your address in the form below.