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Flood Protection Survey

For the last century, infrastructure like levees and pump stations have reduced flooding along the Columbia River in Multnomah County. Because of this...

Backyard Burning

East Multnomah County burn line: 503-618-3083 Report illegal or unsafe burning: 503-823-3333 Smoke or nuisance-related complaints: 503-618-2355 Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) authorizes...

WorkSource Portland Metro

WorkSource Portland Metro – Helps job seekers make career plans, become more employable, improve job search skills, and find work. Other services that...

Hoarding & Fire Safety

Many fire departments are experiencing serious fires, injuries, and deaths as the result of compulsive hoarding behavior.  A particular concern of the fire...

Weatherization Program

Multnomah County is offering a Weatherization Program that will help residents save money on their energy bills and improve indoor air quality. Free...

New Park Sign

We’ve posted some new signs at our Donald Robertson Park to remind visitors of some important park rules. Walk, Do Not Ride Bicycles: ...

Find Shelter

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Find Shelter tool provides information about housing, shelter, health care, and clothing resources in...

Small Business Grant #2

Starting tomorrow, November 19th, the second round of grant applications will be available to small businesses! The grants are available to businesses that...

Weatherization Workshops

Weatherization Workshops have been ongoing since 1979, and gives valuable information on Do-It-Yourself energy-saving, draft reduction, and weatherization techniques. Anyone is welcome to...

Trick-or-Treat Safety

Halloween is around the corner, and if you and your family are planning to Trick-or-Treat, be sure to take these safety precautions.

Street Sweeping November 9-10

City streets will be swept on November 9th-10th. Please keep the roadways clear of parked cars, garbage cans, and other items during this...

Street Sweeping January 11-12

City streets will be swept on January 11th-12th. Please keep the roadways clear of parked cars, garbage cans, and other items during this...

Fire Prevention Week Oct 4-10

October is Fire Prevention Month and this year’s theme is “Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen!” This is especially important to remember...

Street Sweeping October 5-6

City streets will be swept on October 5th-6th. Please keep the roadways clear of parked cars, garbage cans, and other items during this...

Red Cross Disaster Shelters

If you or someone you know need assistance in locating a nearby shelter, be sure to contact your local Red Cross Chapter or...

Extra Garbage Bag Day

Due to complications with COVID, we’ve had to cancel our annual Cleanup Day event this year.  We were unable to develop a plan...

MAX Disruption August 2-29, 2020

MAX Disruption August 2–29, 2020 This summer, Metro is taking up the biggest MAX improvements project to date. All MAX lines and some...

New City Hall Full Bid Set

Bids for projects pertaining to the new Wood Village Municipal Building construction will be accepted until 2:00pm June 2, 2020. Sealed bids will...

New City Hall Design Approval

The Wood Village Design Review Board and Planning Commission have approved the new Wood Village City Hall municipal building design. Details of this...

Arata Road Fence Project RFP

The City of Wood Village has issued a Request for Proposal to provide an Arata Road Fence Installation Contract (RFP No. 3092020). All...

Wetland Park Design RFP

The City of Wood Village, Oregon will be accepting proposals to design park improvement concepts to recently acquired wetland park property.  The proposal...

COVID-19 Updates

FOR UPDATES ON RESOURCES AND RELIEF PROGRAMS, CLICK HERE. COVID-19 UPDATES Activities & Learning Tools Multnomah County Response Oregon Response Global Response United...

Maple Slurry Seal Project

Maple Blvd. has limited/no access on Monday, September 30th due to a roadway slurry seal. This treatment protects and extends the life of...

Fireworks

Fireworks are allowed in Wood Village, and the use must follow all local and state laws.  In Wood Village, excessive noise from fireworks...

Cottonwood Waterline Project

As a water provider, it is our responsibility and duty to ensure that every property has adequate water pressure. The Cottonwood Condominium complex...

Approved Containers

2018 Bottle Bill Expansion

Additional beverages are now included in Oregon’s Bottle Bill and have a refund value of 10 cents per container. Most beverages in bottles...

Golden Currant

Plant Native Trees

Plant native trees for clean water & healthy habitat! When it rains in forests and natural areas, rainfall seeps into the ground slowly,...

New Sign Code

The City Council recently adopted a new sign code for the community. The new code took affect on May 11, 2017, and was...

Main Streets on Halsey

Main Streets on Halsey

The Main Streets on Halsey plan is the product of a year-long effort of planning and outreach along the Halsey corridor in Fairview,...