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Compassionate care, close to home With state-of-the-art hospitals and medical services, convenient clinics and easy-to-use health plans, Providence provides exceptional care right in your neighborhood.

Providence Medical Group-Canby 200 S. Hazel Dell Way, Canby Family medicine: 503-263-9522 Immediate care: 503-263-9500

Providence Willamette Falls Medical Center Emergency, in-patient, and diagnostic services 1500 Division St., Oregon City • 503-656-1631

Providence Medical Group-Molalla Family and internal medicine 110 Center Ave., Molalla • 503-829-1400

Providence Medical Group-Oregon City 1510 Division St., Oregon City Internal medicine: 503-650-6880 Pulmonary medicine: 503-742-6700 General, vascular and thoracic surgery: 503-723-6525

Providence Medical Group-Wilsonville Family medicine 29345 SW Town Center Loop East, Suite 110 Wilsonville • 503-582-2100

Providence Cancer Center Oncology and Hematology Care Clinic 1510 Division St., Oregon City 503-742-6750 Providence Heart Clinic-Willamette Falls 1510 Division St., Suite 100, Oregon City 503-742-6770

Providence Rehabilitation Services Canby: 503-263-9550 Oregon City: 503-657-6747 Providence Health Plan 503-574-7500

Contributing Writers Amber Holveck Karin Morey Nick Bezzerides Jonathan Stone Jackie Hammond-Williams


City of Oregon City Clackamas County Historical Society Mt Hood Territory Julie Paulsen Oregon City Farmers Market Grant Pauli Gretchen Pauli Jonathan Stone Jim Kinghorn

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Sandi Burns Assistant Director Karin Morey Communications Specialist Nathan Page Membership Specialist

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Welcome From the publisher


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Paula Mabry, President Steve Beckner, Designer Maggie Pate, Sales 135 N. Main Street Mt. Angel, OR 97362 Cover Photo: Grant Pauli, age 12 – 2013

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Tips&Trends P.O.P. - Power of Produce! Oregon City Heritage Sites Photo Contest Tree health care Take a hike. . .with your family

In The Know Renovation of the Library


Member Directory 20 Alphabetical Directory 32 Other Resources 35 Taste Of OC Sunshine Roll-Ups


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Oregon City Around Town



From the publisher

Amber Holveck Executive Director

It’s hard to believe that this Spring/Summer 2014 magazine is the eighth issue of Oregon City Around Town that our Chamber of Commerce has published! The character of Oregon City’s geography, heritage and people are what makes this community extraordinary. It is the humble opinion of your Oregon City Chamber of Commerce that our community has many reasons to be proud and we sincerely hope that this publication helps Oregon City look inward from time-to-time and “stop to smell the roses”. The Oregon City Chamber is privileged to partner with outstanding businesses located within the boundaries of Oregon City and beyond. It is from the support of the magazine advertisers and contributors, our Chamber Board of Directors and our production partners from Mt. Angel Publishing that have made publishing this magazine possible. This investment and

cooperation makes possible 10,000 printed copies – 8700 of which are distributed directly to local households! This issue will help you “keep it local” by shopping and dining in a renewed downtown Oregon City. Explore a beautiful, natural setting at the Canemah Bluff. Read up on the latest tips and trends to get you, your family and guests outdoors. Last but not least, Oregon City residents want to be “in the know” especially when it comes to a vote and by the way, the Carnegie Library needs your yes vote this May. If you appreciate our Spring/Summer issue of Oregon City Around Town, please let our advertisers and member businesses know by giving them an opportunity to earn your trust as their next customer. Thank you for your enthusiasm for this publication! z

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Day or Night, Downtown is Coming Alive Downtown Oregon City is in the midst of a renaissance. By Jonathan Stone Main Street Oregon City

Š Jonathan Stone View of historic Weinhard Building at 8th and Main Streets.

An evening downtown

hour, dinner of course awaits and then entertainment. Looking for ideas? We asked a couple of downtown regulars for their suggestions.

Spring and summer evenings in downtown Oregon City begin with shopping. Many of downtown’s shops are open into the evening allowing you just enough time for a retail fix before taking advantage of happy hour deals. After happy

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New shops are taking over unused spaces. Recent additions, Denim Salvage and The

Flat add to a growing mix of shops around the intersection of the arch bridge. The best part? Most shops are open until 6:00 pm and parking is free after 5:00 pm! (P.S. Did you know you can take a yoga class at Denim Salvage?) Continued next page

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You know when realtors say a house is “quaint?� Well, the charm of having a downtown between a hundred foot tall bluff and a river has its tradeoffs. While parking is readily available most of the time, sometimes it requires a bit of a hunt. There are no parking restrictions on weeknights after 5:00 pm or on weekends but during the workweek meters are in full effect. Don’t want to move your car after 2 hours? There are several places around downtown with 4 or more hour parking.

Parking tips: Feed the meter for more time than you think you will need. More often than not you will appreciate the extra time. Visit for parking tips and a map of parking locations.

Oregon City Around Town


KeepingItLocal The best happy hour downtown depends on what you are looking for. Try Tall Boy Tuesday at IceHouse or a $4 chicken quesadilla and discounted draft beers at Ranee’s on Main. Looking to expand your palette beyond typical American fair? Try tapas at Nebbiolo, Vietnamese at Pho Thi, or a burrito made in the style of Don Pepe’s native Chihuahua region in Mexico. After dinner check out the entertainment. A number of downtown’s bars have live bands especially on the weekends. Weekly options include Trails End Saloon’s “American Roots Jam” every Thursday night or Verdict Bar and Grill’s karaoke every Friday. When your night is coming to a close, enjoy a walk along Main Street. Be sure not to miss the colorful lights reflecting off Singer Falls or the much anticipated Illuminate Oregon City Elevator.

© Jonathan Stone The illuminated Municipal Elevator adds a special ambience to an evening stroll downtown.

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learn more about Illuminate Oregon City visit .

Introducing the First City Card!

Other Downtown Tips

As if shopping locally couldn’t get any better, downtown Oregon City introduces the First City Card this May. After picking up a free card from a participating business or downloading the iPhone or Android app, you will be able to accumulate points. What makes the First City Card so unique? You can redeem rewards at any participating business. Shop at one of downtown’s boutiques, get a haircut, and grab a coffee then redeem your points at your favorite downtown restaurant. Whatever suits your fancy!

Planning a Saturday stroll on a beautiful day? Be sure to stop by for house-made gelato at Coffee Rush or a cupcake at Wrightberry’s. The benches along the river at 13th Street and 99E are a great place to sit and relax. Looking to unwind over craft beer? The best selection can be found on tap at the 505 Tavern or a take-home option is Bridgeview Beer and Wine Supply with hundreds of choices from all over the world. z

The First City Card is a collaboration of Main Street Oregon City and Portland-based Supportland. Points are good at any participating business on the Supportland network. Enjoy the occasional night out in Portland? Your points are good there too. Be the first to know when the First to learn more.




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ExploreOC During the spring, Canemah Bluff bursts with wildflowers, including Camas and Brodiaea lilies, white larkspur and rosy Plectritus. Birders can find chipping sparrows, red-breasted sapsuckers, white-breasted nuthatches and orangecrowned warblers, as well as hawks and eagles soaring above the river.

Steeped in history Canemah comes from “canim” or “canoe” in Chinook. Situated just upstream of the rushing Willamette Falls, the riverside area of Canemah is where hundreds of generations of Native Americans beached their canoes to portage around the falls. Beginning in 1844 with Absalom Hedges, settlers in Canemah built warehouses and offered stevedoring and transportation services to move freight and steamboat passengers around the falls. The area along the river below Canemah Bluff soon became a shipbuilding center, with steamboats running between Canemah and upstream farming communities. Some of the earliest settlers, including Hedges, live on through Canemah streets named after them. The boom ended in 1873, when the Willamette Falls Locks were built across the river; no longer did freight have to be unloaded upstream and reloaded downstream of the falls. Canemah’s heyday was past. What’s left today is a gorgeous slice of river, old streets, blufftop views and rare habitats.

Protecting the natural area Metro purchased land on Canemah Bluff piece by piece as opportunities arose, using funds from natural areas bond measures approved by the region’s voters in 1995 and 2006. The bond measures were designed to protect water quality, wildlife habitat and opportunities to enjoy nature.


To protect natural habitats and visitors, Metro does not allow pets, fires, bikes, motorized vehicles, alcohol, weapons or hunting at the natural area. z Thank you to Metro for permission to reprint this article. For more information on birdwatching, native plants and animals and other natural areas visit 2013 Photographs: Grant(12) & Gretchen(10) Pauli

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Events & Activities In Oregon City, there is an activity for every member of the family to enjoy! We have gathered a broad selection of events happening this spring and summer. You can find out more about these events by visiting our website at © Nathan Page Suzanne Cleland-Zamudio and Champagne at Big Fair & Harvest Fest.

April City-Wide Easter Egg Hunt


Saturday, April 19 Rivercrest Park City-Wide Easter Egg Hunt for children from 0–12 years of age.The hunt begins at 10:00am “SHARP”! Do not be late! Sponsored by the Oregon City Police Department. For more information visit: or email

2014 Annual Earth Day Event


Saturday, April 26 Clackamette Park, Light lunch provided at Clackamette Park beginning at noon. Bring two cans of food for the Oregon Food Bank, and receive a raffle ticket for your chance to win one of several prizes. For more information contact Code Enforcement 503-496-1559.

Spring Shred-It & Cell Phone Recycling Event


Saturday, April 26 Oregon City Police Department, 320 Warner Milne Road Shredding: Two (2) containers per person at no charge (maximum container size is a 10” x 12” x 15” corrugated storage box). $1 per container charge for additional containers - no limit on the number of boxes you

wish to bring. For more information contact Sharon Coughlin, OCPD, 503.496.1684 or

Stevens-Crawford Annual Plant Sale


Saturday, April 26 603 6th Street Dahlias, heirloom roses, trees, shrubs and more. On-site Professional Landscape Designer to help with design and plant questions.

May Pioneer Family Festival


Friday, May 2 through Sunday, May 4 Three day event at Clackamette Park is fun for entire family and features a carnival, entertainment, BMX and skateboard competitions, and a variety of vendors. For a schedule see

Teddy Bear Parade


Saturday, May 3 10th & Main Streets to Clackamette Park along Main Street Bring a new stuffed animal to donate to children in crisis situations. Parade begins at 10th and Main Streets and continues north on Main, winding around to Clackamette Park. Parade starts at 10:30 am!

Sundays at Three presented by Clackamas Repertory Theatre


Sunday, May 4 Osterman Theatre, Clackamas Community College, 19600 Molalla Ave Don’t Go Gentle – written by Stephen Belber. “Intelligent, credible dialogue that crackles with biting humor.” The New York Times. (Adult Language)

Mountain View Cemetery Annual Spring Clean-Up:


Friday, May 9 Oregon City Parks Department For more information or to sign-up for the event, please call the office at 503-657-8299.

B-I-N-G-O & Dinner Fundraiser for Fill A Stocking, Fill A Heart


Saturday, May 10 Pioneer Community Center, 615 5th St $15–General Admission, $10–Seniors 65+, $5–Kids 11 & under

Tea By the Sea


Saturday, May 17 Held in the Tumwater Room on the third floor of the Museum of the Oregon Territory, this annual Mother’s Day event features Anne-Louise Sterry and is a benefit for the Clackamas County Historical Society. $30 per person. Light luncheon and beverages; begins at 12:00 pm. Oregon City Around Town


ExploreOC Summer at the Oregon City Public Library Summer Reading for K-12 students π Kids Wii Nights & Teen Video Game nights. π Author presentations π Elevated Readers Book Club meets every other month π Reading ReLit – read a book in the monthly theme and enter the monthly drawing.

American Cancer Society Relay For Live © Julie Paulsen Shopping for the perfect antique during the Open Air Antique Fair on Main Street.

“To Kill a Mockingbird” presented by Oregon City High School Performing Arts


Wed, May 21 - Sat, May 24 OCHS Main Stage Theatre Performances at 7:30 pm. Admission is $9.00.

Memorial Day Celebration


Monday, May 26 Mountain View Cemetery Join us for a special day of remembering and honoring those we have lost. Light refreshments following.

JUNE Willamette Falls Symphony


Sunday, June 8 Oregon City United Methodist Church, 18955 S. South End Road Scheherazade, Rimsky-Korsakov. $12 Adult, $10 Student and Senior, Children under 12 free with adult or senior

Trick ‘N Racy 27th Annual Sunshine Cruz


Friday, June 13 Clackamette Park For more information 503-657-5942.



Open Studio Tours of Beavercreek


Friday, June 6 – Sunday, June 8 Take a lovely drive in the country and visit over 30 local artists


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at many different studios offering fantastic art for show and sale.


Saturday, June 28 – Sunday, June 29 This 24-hour event at the track at Clackamas Community College includes teams of 8-15 people camping out and taking turns walking the track. It includes special attention to cancer survivors, entertainment and fun, fund-raising activites.

Oregon City’s Carnegie Library 101th Birthday Art Show


Saturday, June 21 Art Fair and activities at the library.

Clackamette Cove Triathlon


Sunday, June 22 The Cove has been an open water venue for years, but now you can TRI it! Swim through the spillway to the Clackamas River, race up Clackamas River Drive on the bike, and run through downtown Oregon City to the Grand Staircase.

The Philadelphia Story presented by Clackamas Repertory Theatre

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June 26 – July 20 Join Philly socialite Tracy Lords on the eve of her second wedding as she juggles her fiancée, her exhusband and a handsome visiting reporter who all vie for her attention.

Par-Tee at Stone Creek Golf Club


Friday, June 27 Enjoy golf and networking with members of the Oregon City Chamber and the community.

Sundays: 9:30-Christian Education for all ages 10:45-Worship Wednesdays: 6:45 Teens Living Hope Throughout the week: Men Living Hope, Women Living Hope, Home Groups Living Hope 19691 Meyers Road at Gaffney, Oregon City


JULY BCT’s Backyard Bash


Saturday, July 12 Live entertainment, delicious food, BINGO, a kid’s corner, silent auction, and much more take place in the backyard of BCT. All proceeds benefit local non-profit organizations.

First City Celebration Street Festival


Saturday, July 26 Historic Main Street Celebrate our community’s history, culture, creativity and commerce.

AUGUST Carousel presented by Clackamas Repertory Theatre


August 2 – 24 This 1945 musical classic is set in a whimsical carnival world filled with romance, robbery and intrigue.

Maralee’s Dance Production Ages 3 to Adult

OFFERING: ZUMBA! Summer Classes Dance Team Prep Classes Dance Camps Family Discounts Rental Space Professional/Amateur Entertainment AND MORE!


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National Night Out


Tuesday, August 5 Chapin Park Join the Oregon City Police Department at Chapin Park for America’s Night Out Against Crime and give neighborhood drugs and crime a going-away party.

McLoughlin District Neighborhood Sale


Friday, August 8 – Sunday, August 10 There are over 250 participants at various sites within a 15 block radius.

STREET FAIR . . . BACK IN DOWNTOWN OC Oregon City Open Air Antique Fair


Sunday, August 24 Historic Main Street This family-friendly event is free to the public and hosted by the Oregon City Chamber. 100 vendor booths sell antiques and collectibles of all kinds. Come find a special treasure or add to a collection.

SEPTEMBER Cruise to Downtown and Car Show


Saturday, September 13 10 am – 4 pm, Main Street Oregon City will be bumper-to-bumper with cars, trucks and motorcycles of all types, makes and models. Join us for a fun day downtown.

Recurring Events Oregon City Farmers Market Saturdays at 2051 Kaen Road, May - Oct. Wednesday afternoons on 8th Street, June - September The Oregon City Farmers’ Market supports the growth of sustainable agricultural businesses and food security by encouraging the consumption of locally grown fresh food.

Concerts in the Park Thursdays at the End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive and Visitors Center July 10 – August 21 These free concerts present a variety of musical styles. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs and purchase food from that week’s vendor.

Movies in the Park Fridays, August 1 – August 22 These free movies show at Wesley Lynn Park and are all rated PG or PG-13. Bring lawn chairs or a blanket and a picnic dinner for the family. Concessions open 7:30 pm, movies at dusk.

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Out & About Haggart Observatory 19600 Molalla Avenue, Haggart_Observatory.aspx

Hopkins Demonstration Forest 16750 S. Brockway Road,

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Municipal Elevator 300 7th Street, municipal-elevator

Health & Safety Fair


Saturday, September 13 Gather at Danielson Hilltop Mall for a day of safety messages, demonstrations, and give-aways.

Oregon City Golf Club 20124 S. Beavercreek Road,

Good People presented by Clackamas Repertory Theatre

Oregon City Municipal Swimming Pool 1211 Jackson Street,

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Oregon City Parks Located throughout the community, parksandrecreation/parks

Stone Creek Golf Club 14603 S. Stoneridge Drive,

September 19 – October 5 Margie Walsh lives a hard-scrabble life in South Boston taking care of her disabled daughter, working at the local dollar store and playing bingo with her friends. Things get ugly, and funny, when she loses her job and invidates an old high school flame’s home to see if he is still Good People.

OCTOBER BizFair & Harvest Fest Presented by the Oregon City Chamber of Commerce


October 4 End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive and Visitors Center, 1726 Washington St Fall into Fun at the Oregon City BizFair & HarvestFest with family friendly events and entertainment while meeting our local businesses. z

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Let’s take it Outdoors! It doesn’t take an 80 degree day to get people around here out the door. In fact, 80 degrees may just be a bit too warm for some! Find a mild, 60+ degree day and folks are headed to the home improvement and garden stores preparing to work in the yard or plant a garden. You might find us playing at the park, biking with the family or enjoying a bar-b-que with family and friends. There’s a saying around here: “if the ground isn’t wet, it’s time to go outside”. We’ve pulled together suggestions of things to do during this time of year right here in our magnificent city of firsts. Even if you’ve lived here your whole life and drive past the great history of Oregon City, it’s never too late to stop in and see where we get our roots. This is a great time to start a healthy habit of exploring our Farmers Market which is packed full of local produce! We also suggest you take a hike, quite literally, on one of Oregon City’s nature paths. Our Tips & Trends are to take advantage of the cool spring and warm summer to engage outdoors! It’s only a step away.

P.O.P. – Power of Produce! Jackie Hamond-Williams Oregon City Farmers Market Springtime at the year-round Oregon City Farmers Market means glorious bunches of flowers, spring greens, farm eggs and much more as every market is a familyfriendly event too. Not only can you shop for fresh local foods, listen to live music and learn about gardening and cooking, but kids get to participate in their very own market club. Started at the Oregon City Farmers Market by a HEAL (Healthy Eating Active Living) grant from the County in 2011, the kid’s P.O.P. (Power Of Produce!) Club encourages children , ages 5-12 yrs, to eat fresh healthy

foods, meet the farmers who grew it, learn how to grow their own produce and even how to cook! Kids register for free by signing their Passport to Health and receive a POP shopping bag, a POP button and a little drawstring bag with $2 in wooden tokens to purchase vegetables, fruit or food plants. Once registered they get their passport stamped and $2 every time they come to an Oregon City Farmers Market. In addition, at the summer Saturday Market, kids can participate in POP Club Fun activities each week, including cooking demos, gardening classes held by the Master Gardeners, the Lions Club’s “Strides” physical activity program, favorite farmer button-making, grinding wheat berries with a stationary bike, cider-pressing... and many more fun events during the summer!

In 2013 the POP Club signed up 1,781 kids and had 5,187 kid shopping trips! Markets in many areas of the US are beginning to organize their own Power Of Produce Clubs mirrored on the Oregon City Farmers Market program... so even in this day Oregon City is still a city of firsts! The main Oregon City Saturday Summer Farmers Market opens May 3rd and runs through October 25th at the Red Soils Campus, 2051 Kaen Rd off Beavercreek Rd, 9:00 am-2:00 pm. The Downtown Wednesday Farmers Market is open 3:00 pm-7:00 pm and runs June 4th, through September 24th. For more information:, 503 734-0192 z

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Tips&Trends and travel assistance at the Visitor Center is free! Before and/or after you visit the Interpretive Center, please enjoy our newly renovated Visitor Center lounge and Country Store where you can buy locally made gifts, books and more. Relax in our lounge while the kids work on pioneer inspired games and dress up in pioneer clothing for our “Who’s Traveling the Trail” blog., 503-657-9336

Museum of the Oregon Territory 211 Tumwater Dr Weds-Sat 11 am – 4 pm, Free Take a tour through the history of Clackamas County. Beginning in the Native American Hall see artifacts and information on the geological and pre-American history of the territory. Continue on through Settlement Hall and learn more about the early settlement of the county by emigrants to the newly formed Oregon Territory. The Kaegi Pharmacy lets you step into a fully stocked pharmacy from the early 20th century. Special exhibits in 2014 include Industries and Engineering: The Power of Willamette Falls Museum of the Oregon Territory

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and the Progress of Clackamas County highlighting the history of industry powered by Willamette Falls, the second largest waterfall in America by volume. The Steamboats exhibit overlooking the falls gives a short history of the major means of transportation on the Willamette River in the 19th and early 20th centuries. The Murdock Gallery offers changing exhibits through the year. The current exhibit, Dished, showcases artifacts, photos, recipes, and histories related to food in Clackamas County and exhibits subjects ranging from the pioneer times, World War II, prohibition and more. View the Principal Fishes of Clackamas County, a mural by noted comic book cover artist Alex Schomburg . The mural is currently on loan from Portland General Electric., 503-655-5574

Stevens-Crawford Heritage House 603 6th St, Free Thurs-Sat 12 pm - 4 pm (last tour 3:30 pm) Oregon City resident Mertie Stevens (18721968) lived in her family home for 60 years and left the fully furnished house to the Clackamas County Historical Society upon her death. The home contains items from a lifetime of preserving family possessions and collecting items from friends, neighbors and the region. Enjoy a guided tour of this charming 1908 craftsman style house built for Oregon City pioneers Harley Crawford Stevens Sr. and his wife Mary Elizabeth Crawford. The three-story home contains

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The William L. Holmes House 536 Holmes Ln May 30 – Sep 14: Fri – Sat, 12:00 – 4:00 pm $4.00 Adults, $3.00 Seniors, $3.00 Youth 6-17, Children 6 & under free William and Louisa Holmes were pioneers who joined the ‘great migration’ in 1843. The Holmes family settled on a 640-acre land claim at what was then the south edge of Oregon City. Their home, completed in 1847, is the oldest American built house in Oregon City and was the scene of early government meetings and many social events. The first territorial governor, Joseph Lane, gave his 1849 inaugural address from the balcony of the Rose Farm, and the celebrants gathered on the lawn below. The property was nicknamed the Rose Farm by friends and neighbors because of the many roses Louisa planted, in the garden. Unfortunately, the house is not handicap accessible due to stairs., 503-656-5146 z

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3rd Annual Preservation Month Photo Contest New Age of Preservation: Embark, Inspire, Engage Sponsored by Citizens Bank The City of Oregon City and the Clackamas County Historical 2012 Youth Winner – Delaney Murphy, age 5 Society have partnered again this year to present a city wide photo contest in recognition of National Preservation month. So Embark on a trip through Oregon City, find an historic building, home, garden or artifact that Inspires you and Engage with our theme by taking a photograph between May 1 and May 31 and submitting it to the contest. No fee to enter. There will be one winner in each of three categories: Adult, Teen and Youth with cash prizes of $75 for Adult, $50 for Teen and $25 for Youth. Full contest rules and entry forms will be available on the city website,, or at in May. Photos may be submitted through June 15, 2014. Winners will be announced at the first City Commission meeting in July. You never know where your photo might appear – the cover photo on this issue of Oregon City Around Town is from the winning Youth photograph of 2013, taken by Gretchen Pauli, age 10 at the time she entered the contest. Photos in the Canemah Bluffs Natural Area article were also taken by Gretchen and her older brother, Grant.


Tree health care By Nick Bezzerides, Sense of Place Permaculture, LLC Landscape trees perform as more than aesthetic accents to human habitats. They intercept rainfall and reduce storm runoff, filter the air, reduce summer air temperatures, and capture CO2. Several studies have even found the presence of trees is associated with reduced crime rates. Because so much is riding on our landscape trees, it makes sense to follow a policy of do no harm with regard to caring for them. The purpose of this article is to present some do’s and don’ts for optimizing tree health. • Don’t top your tree. Researchers agree that topping does not increase tree safety. In fact, topping increases likelihood of tree failure by creating large wounds and poorly attached re-sprouts. It may also send growth into lateral limbs, causing dramatic expansion of the tree’s width. Crown reduction through use of drop-crotch pruning cuts is one acceptable option to reducing size that may give your tree a few more years. Trees sometimes outgrow their space. Planting the right tree in the right place helps to avoid this problem. • Do prune early to remove structural defects and set a new tree on a path toward development of good branch architecture. Ya know that old saying… ‘an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.’ Well it applies here, too. Once a tree grows with a defect for a while, it can be disfiguring, expensive, and difficult or impossible to correct. Nursery practices have gotten better, but don’t assume that all trees from the local nursery are perfect. Inspect that tree before you bring it home. • Avoid mower “blight” by creating a mulch ring around the tree, to keep the trunk from

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being wounded by lawn care equipment. Be sure to keep the mulch 4” away from the trunk. • Don’t water landscape trees on the same schedule as your lawn. Lawns need less water more frequently. Trees watered on a lawn system are more likely to develop troublesome surface roots and will be less tolerant of dry conditions. If they need to be irrigated, trees like being watered deeply on a less frequent basis. • Don’t place fill soil or pavement over the rooting area. Protecting the area under the tree’s drip-line is a good start, but a protection zone twice the diameter of the mature canopy is better. Tree roots need oxygen to breath and fill soil makes it harder for oxygen to get down to roots. In addition to killing roots, fill around the trunk can cause decay, and development of girdling roots, both of which will negatively impact tree health. Trunk and root decay can create very dangerous, unstable trees.

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• Do inspect your trees at least twice a year, once in the spring to look for winter damage and cracks, broken branches, lean, decay, and once in the summer to make sure that foliage density and color is normal. The number one rule of DIY tree care is Be Safe. Hiring a professional is much less expensive than a trip to the hospital. The Oregon Construction Contractor’s Board licenses tree care professionals in Oregon and requires bonding and liability insurance. You can check contractor license status at their web page ( So, next time you walk by that ol’ tree in your yard, give it a pat, commit to its care, and realize that in the Pacific Northwest, our landscape is largely defined by the presence of these long-lived, graceful beings. z

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Take a Hike. . . With Your Family In every walk with nature, one receives far more than he seeks –John Muir Oregon City parks offer many opportunities for an easy walk or a day hike with the family with trails varying from easy to challenging. Hiking is a wonderful way to combine quality family time with exercise and exploration of nature. A few simple hints will help make the day a success for you, your children or your inner child! Modify your goals – let the kids set the pace. Planning a shorter route and taking rest breaks will help keep the kids from becoming overly tired. Dress for success – children get cold more easily than adults and are likely to get wet if the trail you choose offers a stream or pond along the way. Pack a light jacket and a change of clothing for each child. Pick a hat that shades their face even on cloudy days. Closed shoes that are comfortable and already broken in will make for happier young hikers. Pack a first aid kit that is child friendly Children’s sunscreen; children’s ibuprofen; liquid antihistamine; a lot of adhesive bandages (many different sizes and colors); anti-itch lotion for bug bites; tweezers to remove splinters, ticks and needles; anti-bacterial wipes; moleskin for blisters; an Epipen if your child has severe allergies. Water and snacks – Carry a water bottle for each family member, with extra water for longer hikes. Hiking uses energy and children need to replenish more frequently than adults. Pack energy snacks - nuts, string

Keep Children Entertained on a Hike Let the children help plan the hike the day before – collect maps and brochures for routes to pick from. Have a scavenger hunt - challenge kids to identify things that are fuzzy, small, rough, bumpy, smooth, big, soft, sticky, squishy, lumpy, wet, living, growing, round, triangular, moving, make noise, hard, smelly, etc. Engage the senses – stop and listen – how many birds can you hear? Feel the texture of the bark on a tree or the moss on a log. Smell crushed pine needles or trailside flowers. Bring along a small notebook and markers or colored pencils. Take a break and ask them to write about what they see or draw a picture. Rainbow Colors – Point to something green, red, yellow, etc. ABC’s – start with A and find something along the route that starts with A, then B, etc. For more ideas on hiking with children visit: REI -, Washington Trails Association -

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Tips&Trends cheese, dried fruits, gummy candies and M&M’s are popular with children. Another way to add interest to the adventure is to have the children help make a trail mix at home before starting out on your hike. Consider buying a hydration backpack for frequent hikers. Even the youngest child will want to carry something or have a pack like mom or dad. Emphasize fun and discoveries – You may not get far stopping to examine every leaf and bug, but your children will be learning to appreciate nature. Enjoy the moment and see the world through your child’s eyes! Pack a magnifying glass and binoculars for big and little discoveries. Pack it out – start good habits early. Bring a trash bag for wrappers and empty containers and put it in a garbage can at the end of the hike or dispose of it at home. Where to hike: Oregon City Parks and Recreation hiking trails – for specific locations see the City of Oregon City Trail News or website. You may also pick up a Walking & Biking map at City Hall or the Oregon City Chamber of Commerce.

Easy – Mostly flat or paved

McLoughlin Promenade (1.75 miles)

Willamette Terrace to John Storm Park along the river (.5 miles)

Clackamas River Trail along Clackamette Cove (1 mile)

Chapin Park (.5 miles)

Hillendale Park (.5 miles)

Moderate – Some hills or unpaved sections

Clackamette Park (.5 miles)

Challenging – Hilly, unpaved sections, longer distances

Singer Creek Park (.5 miles)

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Clackamas Community College, 19600 Molalla Ave

GORP (Good Old Raisins and Peanuts) Recipes for Hiking Basic GORP: • 1 cup salted peanuts or mixed nuts • 1 cup raisins • 1 cup M&Ms Place in a gallon zip-lock bag and shake to mix. Add any of the following for more flavor, or in place of the nuts in case of allergies:

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Check out the Intertwine – – featuring every park, trail and natural area in the Portland – Vancouver region. For hikes around the state and family outdoor activities see the calendar from Oregon State Parks and Recreation: z

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Renovation of the Oregon City Public Library and Oregon City Measure 3-435 (Above) Carnegie Library, circa 1913

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After over 30 options were evaluated by the Oregon City Library Board, the Mayor and City Commission of Oregon City voted unanimously on June 19, 2013 to support the expansion of the existing 1913 Carnegie library at 606 John Adams Street. Bonds sold by the City would fund a portion of the cost. Oregon City voters will be asked to vote on Measure 3-435 in the May 20, 2014, to allow issuance of these bonds. The 5,000 sq. ft. Oregon City Library at the Carnegie Center is more than 100 years old and originally served a population of approximately 5,000. Today, the Library is working within its original space to serve a growing population of more than 54,000. Usage of the existing Library is active despite its limited size. Last year the Library circulated 880,250 items and had 191,934 visits. In the last several years, open hours have increased from 23 hours per week to 56 hours per week. However, usage is 18

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limited by space.The Oregon Library Association Public Library Standards indicate that Oregon City needs a much larger library than currently exists. After studying alternatives for years, the City Commission resolved that a 15,000 sq. ft. expansion and renovation should occur at the existing Library at the Carnegie Center. The cost of the expansion/renovation is approximately $10 million. Through responsible financial management, the City has set aside $4 million for the project, leaving a balance of $6 million to complete it. To obtain the lowest interest rates on financing, the City proposes to issue up to $6 million in general obligation bonds which are secured through real property taxes.The City does not intend to raise taxes to fund the project, but rather plans to repay the $6 million with existing revenue sources, including the Library District and City funds.

This ballot measure seeks authorization from the voters of Oregon City to allow the City to borrow up to $6 million through the issuance of general obligation bonds over a period of up to 20 years to expand/renovate the Library. The Oregon City Charter and the Oregon Constitution require voter approval of the indebtedness even though the City does not intend to raise property taxes and intends to pay for the bonds with existing annual income streams dedicated only for this purpose. Proceeds from the bonds may be used only for the purpose of renovating/expanding the Library. The Library project would include new spaces to read, relax and study, spaces for children and teens, space for a larger collection of library materials, a meeting room for programs and community use, more internet computers, furnishings and fixtures and other improvements.

InTheKnow Frequently Asked Questions What is the timeline to build the expanded library? In early 2014, the City will hire an architectural firm and project manager for the new library. Early in the design process, the selected architects will host community meetings to solicit community input on the plans for the renovated library. If Oregon City voters approve the project in May 2014, the City plans to break ground by the end of 2014, with the goal of reopening the renovated library by early 2016. Will the library be open during construction? Given the difficulties of providing library services during a building renovation, it is likely that the library will provide limited services from a nearby temporary site. At this time, staff is evaluating possible options. How would an expanded library impact Carnegie Park? Carnegie Park is a beloved community public space, enjoyed year round by residents of all ages, with the public library as its centerpiece. A major design goal is to maintain the overall functional and aesthetic integrity of the park. The popular spray park and playground areas will not be impacted. Who can I contact to provide input or to ask additional questions? Contact Library Director Maureen Cole at or 503.657.8269 X 1010. For more answers to frequently asked questions visit the library website:

The improvements would allow the Library to evolve into a comprehensive center for lifelong learning, with resources and services for all citizens, regardless of age or income level. The new facility would include more space for staff to guide people to the most accurate information through the use of various electronic devices and technologies. A new meeting/ program room would allow for additional programs at different times of the day and would provide more meeting space to the community. Areas for children and teen, specifically designed to captivate and inspire, would provide improved collections and a wider range of programming. These are intended to encourage literacy skills and develop a foundation for life-long learning and education. Oregon City seeks to complete this project to improve library services today and for years to come. z


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Accountants—Certified Public Kari Mitchell Accounting, PC 605 High St, Oregon City���������������������� 503-722-8818

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Rogers Financial Services 2895 S Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City���� 503-655-7153

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Apartments The Landing 14760 Scarlet Oak, Oregon City ���������� 503-303-4094 Architects Greenbox Architecture LLC 1300 John Adams, Ste 106, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-380-7114

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Haven Corner LLC, an Adult Care Home 19352 Prospector Terr, Oregon City ����� 503-518-4286

McLoughlin Place 1153 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ����������� 503-655-3337 Oregon City Adult Care Home, LLC 182 Warner Parrott Rd, Oregon City ���� 503-656-4955 Attorneys Adam Hollar Law LLC 617 High St, Ste 203, Oregon City ������ 503-342-6473 Hibbard Caldwell Schultz & Stalnaker, PC 1001 Molalla Ave, Ste 200, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-656-5200 Meadows Law, LLC 714 Main St, Ste 205, Oregon City ������ 503-451-3721 Attractions End of the Oregon Trail Interpretive and Visitor Information Center 1726 Washington St, Oregon City ������� 503-657-9336

MemberDirectory Auto Parts & Services Clackamas Auto Parts 1009 Main St, Oregon City ������������������ 503-656-4244 Auto Dealers H L & C Trucking 1625 Washington St, Oregon City�������� 503-305-6163 Vehicle Buyer’s Service 4035 Douglas Way Ste 204, Lake Oswego, OR 97035 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-643-4585 Auto Repair Auto Team 624 Taylor St, Oregon City ������������������� 503-908-0462 Dan’s Auto Service 19138 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ��������� 503-655-7737

Oregon City Awards 1005 Main St, Oregon City������������������� 503-650-0806 Bakeries Just A Bite 19276 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ��������� 503-518-0110 Wrightberry’s Cakes & Cupcakes 820 Main St, Ste C, Oregon City ���������� 503-344-4946

Lewis & Clark Bank 1900 McLoughlin Blvd, Ste 67, Oregon City ��������������������������������������������������������� 503-212-3200

Banks Bank of America 1841 S Molalla Ave, Oregon City �������� 503-656-1681

Pacific West Bank 2040 8th Ave, West Linn 97068���������� 503-905-2222

Bank of the West 1301 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ����������� 503-656-5238

Wrench on the Run Portland 97236������������������������������������ 503-320-4716 Awards Laserwerks Awards & Gifts 15717 SE McLoughlin Blvd, Milwaukie 97267 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-344-4476

US Bank Brandi Shrives, Branch Manager 901 Main St, Oregon City��������������������� 503-657-2305

H Wells Fargo Bank 1751 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ����������� 503-657-2668

Isa’s Auto Service 1128 Main St, Oregon City������������������� 503-742-9046 Sparks Auto Service 215 High St, Oregon City���������������������� 503-655-5354

Key Bank Rachel Gunderson, Vice President, Bank Manager 1400 S Molalla Ave, Oregon City �������� 503-742-7008

Citizens Bank Laurel Lukesh, Vice President, Bank Manager 19245 Molalla Ave, Ste 1, Oregon City ��������������������������������������������������������� 503-518-8808 Columbia Bank Jeni Nichols, Branch Manager 19550 Molalla Ave, Ste 139, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-723-5036

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Barbershop The Barbers 1416 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ����������� 503-342-6630 Sport Clips Haircuts 19574 S Molalla Ave #147, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-656-8888 Beauty Salons The Beauty Parlour 1678 Beavercreek Rd, Ste J, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-908-0261 Beer & Wine Distributors H General Distributors Inc. 13895 Fir St, Oregon City �������������������� 503-656-9470

Bicycle Sales, Accessories, Repairs H First City Cycles Blane Meier, Owner 916 Main St, Oregon City �������������������� 503-344-4901

Books Friends of the Oregon City Public Library 502 7th St, Oregon City ����������������������� 503-594-0261 Oregon City Around Town


MemberDirectory BUILDING SUPPLIES Canby ReStore - North Willamette Valley Habitat for Humanity 411 S Redwood St, Canby 97013�������� 503-263-6691 Car Wash & Polish Oregon City Car Wash 2000 Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City ������ 503-650-6526 Paul’s Mobile Auto Detail Milwaukie 97222�������������������������������� 503-887-0256 Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning TLC Carpet Cleaning Gladstone 97027��������������������������������� 503-595-5379 Catering Alimenti Catering & Events Portland 97206������������������������������������ 503-310-9975 Portland Catering Company 7800 SW Durham Rd, Ste 400, Portland 97224 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-620-8855 Churches Grand View Baptist Church 14855 S Leland Rd, Beavercreek, OR 97004 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-632-8100

H Living Hope Church Mike Albin, Pastor 19691 Meyers Rd, Oregon City ����������� 503-655-7390

Trinity Lutheran Church & School 16000 S Henrici Rd, Oregon City ��������� 503-632-5554 Computer Services Amicus Digital Sign Solutions Gladstone 97027���������������������������������� 503-516-8618

Oregon City United Methodist Church

H Reformation Covenant Church Pastor Dennis Tuuri 1201 JQ Adams St, Oregon City ���������� 503-656-9444 St Paul’s Episcopal Church Rev. Daniel Morrow 822 Washington St, Oregon City ��������� 503-656-9842 22

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Northwest Community Credit Union 1689 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ����������� 503-656-9601

H Metro IT 1980 Willamette Falls Dr, Ste 120-293, West Linn 97068���������������������������������������������������� 503-451-2138

OnPoint Community Credit Union Amber Kelly 19753 S Hwy 213, Oregon City 503-273-1700 x5680

Construction/ Remodeling Double J Construction Inc. James Horn, Owner PO Box 2213, Oregon City ������������������� 503-722-5295

Oregon Pioneer Federal Credit Union 17884 SE McLoughlin Blvd, Milwaukie 97267 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-833-1540

Consumer & Business Services Better Business Bureau 4004 SW Kruse Way Pl, Ste 375, Lake Oswego 97035 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-212-3022 Counselors Jerry Ryan Counseling, LLC 19142 S Molalla Ave, Ste A, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-348-6177 Credit Counseling Apprisen 8800 Sunnyside Rd, Ste 102N, Clackamas 97015 �������������������������������������������������������������� 800-355-2227

Oregonians Credit Union 19360 S Molalla Ave, Ste 110, Oregon City ��������������������������������������������������������� 503-239-5336 Dance Schools

Maralee’s Dance Productions & Design Tammy Worthington, Director/Owner 13929 S Fir St, Ste G, Oregon City ������� 503-655-6160

Data Analysis IntSTATS Oregon City ������������������������������������������ 503-650-5035 Dentists Bryan R. Guthrie, DMD PC 802 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ������������� 503-656-2139

H Oregon City Evangelical Church Tom Hurt, Lead Pastor 1024 Linn Ave, Oregon City ���������������� 503-656-8582 18955 S South End Rd, Oregon City���� 503-656-3433

Credit Unions Clackamas Federal Credit Union 270 Warner Milne Rd, Oregon City ����� 503-656-0671

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MemberDirectory H Christopher Veley DMD PC 601 Center St, Oregon City ������������������ 503-656-1905 H ComfortCare Dental 19172 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ��������� 503-557-3747 Milwaukie Clinic: 3245 SE Campbell St

Hilltop Smiles Dentistry and Orthodontics 1436 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ����������� 503-722-1100 Jacobsen Pediatric Dentistry 19502 Molalla Ave St 109, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-656-0405 Kaiser Permanente Oregon City Dental Clinic 1900 SE McLoughlin Blvd #68, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-387-8000 Neighborhood Health Center 19029 S Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City...503-941-3064

Educational Services Bricks 4 Kidz Oregon City ������������������������������������������ 503-451-0585 oregon-oregoncity-westlinn OC High School Youth Transitions 19761 S Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City  503-785-8988

Distributors Centex Fluid Products LLC 2300 E First St, Ste A, Vancouver WA 98661 �������������������������������������������������������������� 360-910-9525 Drywall Contractors Perfect Touch Drywall Inc Molalla 97038������������������������������������� 503-310-6844

WorkSource Clackamas 506 High St, Oregon City ��������������������� 971-673-6400

Oregon City Community Education 1404 7th St, Oregon City ��������������������� 503-785-7993 community_education

Engineers H Haner, Ross & Sporseen, P.C. 2895 S Beavercreek Rd, Ste 101, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-657-1384

Oregon State University Extension Service 200 Warner Milne Rd, Oregon City ����� 503-655-8631

ZCS Engineering, Inc. 524 Main St, Ste 2, Oregon City ���������� 503-659-2205

Small Business Development Center 7736 SE Harmony Rd, Ste 172, Milwaukie 97222 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-594-0738 Electrical Contractors

Northwest Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery 331 Warner Milne Rd, Oregon City ����� 503-655-6239 Oregon City Family Dentistry 602 Monroe St, Oregon City ���������������� 503-656-8250

Employment Services Community Solutions for Clackamas County 112 11th St, Oregon City ��������������������� 503-655-8842

Parkin Electric Inc 14001 Fir St, Oregon City ��������������� 503-657-4958 Embroidery H Stitch-N-Embroidery 408 Beavercreek Rd, Ste 406, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-557-9090

Equipment Rental & Sales Pioneer Rental 1141 Molalla Ave, Oregon City������������ 503-656-1401 Event Facilities

Abernethy Center 606 15th St, Oregon City ���������������� 503-722-9400 Ainsworth House & Gardens 19130 Lot Whitcomb Dr, Oregon City � 503-656-1894


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✦ Residential ✦ Commercial ✦ Drop Boxes ✦ Clean-up Containers

503-656-8403 “Old fashioned values…. Cutting edge technology” 503.657.4958

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MemberDirectory Providence Willamette Falls Community Center 519 15th St, Oregon City ��������������������� 503-650-6852 The Tumwater Room 211 Tumwater Dr, Oregon City ������������ 503-310-9975 Excavation Double J Construction Inc. James Horn, President PO Box 2213, Oregon City ������������������� 503-722-5295 Eyeglasses & Eye Care Eye Health Northwest 1306 Division, Oregon City ������������������ 503-656-4221 Farm and Garden Serres Greenhouse & Farm 14620 S Forsythe Rd, Oregon City ������ 503-655-0938 Farm Supplies & Equipment Coastal Farm & Ranch 1900 McLoughlin Blvd, Ste 120, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-657-5780 Wilco Farm Stores 19224 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ��������� 503-656-0616 Farmers Markets Oregon City Farmers Market PO Box 2931, Oregon City ������������������� 503-734-0192 Financial Services H Country Financial – Jim (DJ) Christensen 12550 SE 93rd, Clackamas, OR 97015���503-650-7702 Edward Jones Lucas Kidwell, Financial Advisor 2210 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ����������� 971-227-7015 Meier Wealth Management Inc PO Box 1593, Oregon City ������������������� 503-479-0080

Fire Department Clackamas Fire District 1 11300 SE Fuller Rd, Milwaukie 97222 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-742-2600 Flags H smALL FLAGs PO Box 2003, Oregon City�������������������� 503-723-3456

Floor Coverings McLarens Carpet One Floor & Home 24403 S Hwy 99E, Canby 97013��������� 503-266-4095 Florists Forté Floral Artistry Inc 1502 Washington St, Oregon City ������� 503-659-4000


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Gift Baskets Happy Baskets Milwaukie 97267�������������������������������� 503-653-6120 Gifts & Collectibles Christmas at the Zoo 524 Main St, Oregon City �������������������� 503-223-4048 My Mother Knows LLC 1105 Linn Ave, Oregon City ���������������� 503-518-1952 Golf H Oregon City Golf Club

Haggen 19701 S Highway 213, Oregon City ��� 503-451-7900 Full service FTD Florist

Rose Holden, Owner 20124 S Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City  503-518-2846

Food Products/Organic & Natural Waffle Lady 20225 S May Rd, Oregon City�������������� 949-361-4728

Sah-Hah-Lee Golf Course 17104 SE 130th Ave, Clackamas 97015 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-655-9249

Forest Education Hopkins Demonstration Forest 16750 S Brockway Rd, Oregon City ���� 503-655-5524 Fundraising Viva la Local PO Box 4545, Tualatin, OR 97062�������� 503-481-3355 One Card ~ Hundreds of Rewards Funeral Services Hillside Chapel 1306 7th St, Oregon City ��������������������� 503-656-4285 Garbage/Recycling Services

H Morrissey Wealthcare Group LLC 720 Center St, Oregon City ������������������ 503-657-1526

General Contractors Brockamp & Jaeger Inc. 15796 S Boardwalk, Oregon City �������� 503-655-9151

Oregon City Garbage/B&B Leasing 820 7th St, Oregon City ������������������ 503-656-8403

Stone Creek Golf Club 14603 S Stoneridge Dr, Oregon City ��� 503-518-4653 Government—City City of Oregon City 625 Center St, Oregon City ������������������ 503-657-0891 Oregon City Police Department Jim Band, Chief 320 Warner Milne Rd, Oregon City ����� 503-657-4964 South Fork Water Board 15962 S Hunter Ave, Oregon City ������� 503-657-5030 Government—County Clackamas County���������See Other Resources, p. 35 Clackamas County – Business & Community Services 150 Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City �������� 503-742-4344

MemberDirectory Clackamas County – Office of Sustainability 150 Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City �������� 503-557-6363 Clackamas County – Sheriff Craig Roberts, Sheriff 9101 SE Sunnybrook Blvd, Clackamas, 97015 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-785-5000 Clackamas County – Tourism & Cultural Affairs 150 Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City �������� 503-655-8490

Wellness Vision, LLC Beth Nelson Oregon City ������������������������������������������ 503-804-6237 Hearing Aids Heritage Hearing Aid Center 19142 S Molalla Ave, Ste C, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-518-3300

North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District 150 Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City �������� 503-742-4348

Heating & Air Conditioning Sun Glow Inc. Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration 2428 SE 105th Ave., Portland, OR 97216 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-253-7789

Government—State State Representative Bill Kennemer Oregon City ������������������������������������������ 503-263-4798

Tri County Temp Control 13150 S Clackamas River Dr, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-557-2220

State Representative Brent Barton 900 Court St. NE, H-275, Salem 97301 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-986-1440

Home Improvement Home Depot Randy Miller, Store Manager 2002 Washington St, Oregon City ������� 503-723-3181


Home Inspections Wittco Inspections Beavercreek 97004������������������������������ 503-341-7025

Haggen 19701 Highway 213, Oregon City � 503-451-7900

Safeway Inc 13434 Colton Place, Oregon City �������� 503-655-8155

Hospitals & Clinics H Kaiser Permanente 10180 SE Sunnyside Rd, Clackamas 97015 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-652-2880

Providence Willamette Falls Medical Center 1500 Division St, Oregon City �������� 503-656-1631

The Founders Clinic 700 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ������������� 503-722-4400 Hot Tubs & Spas Pacific Hot Tub Solutions 13851 Beavercreek Rd, B101, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-913-2189 Hotels & Other Accommodations Best Western Rivershore Hotel 1900 Clackamette Dr, Oregon City ������ 503-655-7141 Holiday Inn Express 75 82nd Drive, Gladstone 97027�������� 503-722-7777 Insurance Aflac – Travis New & Jeffrey Doering 1600 NW Compton Road, Hillsboro, OR 97006 �������������������������������������������������������������� 971-285-3530 American Family Insurance – Deb Hepler Agency 719 Molalla Ave, Oregon City�������������� 503-723-1280

Health & Fitness Max Muscle Sports Nutrition 427 S Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City ����� 503-655-2311 Snap Fitness 19703 S Highway 213, Ste 170, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-656-2580 Take Shape for Life Annette Shaner Oregon City ������������������������������������������ 503-421-3570

Music For All Ages.

Toddlers, Pre-Schoolers, School-age Children, Teens, Adults Interactive group classes make learning music & piano fun and easy. Parents & grandparents learn right along with their students. Two semesters per year. New classes start in September & February. Introductory classes are offered in January, July and August. Music Camps and special classes are offered in July and August. Free Field Trips for pre-schools & kindergartens. Retail Music Sales. Gift Certificates.

17300 SE 82nd Drive • Clackamas, OR 97015


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MemberDirectory American Family Insurance – Rick Gravning Agency 1630 Beavercreek Rd, Ste C, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-723-7707 Country Financial Bob Lumm, Agent 311 B Ave, Ste Q, Lake Oswego 97035 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-635-3714 Farmers Insurance – Barbara Planton, Agent 619 Madison St, Ste 104A, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-387-3443 Fournier Group 814 Main St, Oregon City �������������������� 503-251-2255 S & J International Inc. Capt. Stephen Ford, Health & Life Oregon City ������������������������������������������ 503-789-3618 State Farm Insurance Brian Nogueira, Agent 1115 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ����������� 503-655-3433 State Farm Insurance Jeff Landstrom, Agent 19715 South Highway 213, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-518-7100 Stuckey & Suss Insurance Cathy Lowell 12300 SE Mallard Way #101, Milwaukie 97222 ...............................................................503-314-5758 Supplemental Benefit Solutions, Inc 7160 SW Fir Loop, Ste 103, Portland 97223 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-620-6406 Janitorial Services ServiceMaster Building Services Tiffany Jory, Sales Manager 15790 SE Piazza, Ste 102, Clackamas 97015 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-657-3998 Jewelers Young’s Jewelers 22240 Salamo Road, West Linn, OR, OR 97068 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-305-8609 Custom Design • Repairs • Restoration 26

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Land Development Park Place Development Oregon City ������������������������������������������ 503-720-5234 Landscaping Buel’s Greenscapes PO Box 3315, Oregon City ������������������� 971-409-1537 Clackamas Landscape Supply Co. 1795 Washington St, Oregon City ������� 503-656-2891 Sense of Place Permaculture, LLC Nick Bezzerides, Owner/Operator PO Box 418, Clackamas 97015����������� 971-344-0810 Edible landscapes, LCB#8795 Libraries Oregon City Public Library Maureen Cole, Library Director 606 John Adams St, Oregon City �������� 503-657-8269 Manufacturing Benchmade Knife Company 300 S Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City ����� 503-655-6004 Miles Fiberglass & Composites 8855 SE Otty Rd, Happy Valley 97086 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-775-7755 Proturn Inc 14192 Fir St #100, Oregon City ����������� 503-657-3858 Massage Therapists Lifestyle Nutrition and Massage 418 S Beavercreek Rd, Ste 102, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 971-221-5685

Alpine Mortgage Team Jensen: Neil Jensen MLO 62738, Deena Jensen MLO 205436 12250 SE 93rd Ave, Ste 350, Clackamas 97015 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-329-5622

Museums Museum of the Oregon Territory 211 Tumwater Dr, Oregon City ������������ 503-655-5574 Stevens-Crawford Heritage House 603 6th St, Oregon City ����������������������� 503-655-2866 Music Education H Harmony Road Music Center of Oregon Judy Stanley, Owner 17300 SE 82nd Dr, Clackamas 97015� 503-557-5151 Newspapers

Oregon City News/Clackamas Review 6605 SE Lake Rd, Milwaukie 97222 ��������������������������������������������������������� 503-684-0360 Oregonian Media Group 1320 SW Broadway, Portland 97201� 503-294-4126 Non-Profit Organizations American Cancer Society Lily Shorey, Community Relations Manager 0330 SW Curry St, Portland 97239����� 503-795-3964 Children’s Center 1713 Penn Ln, Oregon City ����������������� 503-655-7725

Massage Solace 19142 Molalla Ave, Ste A, Oregon City 503-756-9365 Mortgages Guild Mortgage 29100 SW Town Center Loop W Ste 100, Wilsonville 97070�������������������������������� 503-490-0459

Clackamas Community College Foundation Vicki Smith, Development Officer 19600 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ���� 503-594-3128

MemberDirectory Clackamas County Historical Society 211 Tumwater Dr, Oregon City ������������ 503-655-5574 Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine 700 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ������������� 503-722-4400 Clackamas Women’s Services 256 Warner Milne Rd, Oregon City ����� 503-655-8600 Fill A Stocking, Fill A Heart PO Box 1255, Oregon City ������������������� 503-632-0577 Gleaners of Clackamas County 13821 Fir St, Oregon City �������������������� 503-655-8740 M Seed Thrift Store & Outreach 124A Molalla Ave, Oregon City������������ 503-318-6281 Main Street Oregon City Jonathan Stone, Executive Director 816 Main St, Oregon City �������������������� 907-202-1604 NEDCO – Neighborhood Economic Development Corporation 421 High St, Ste 110, Oregon City ������ 503-655-8974

Parrott Creek Child & Family Services 1001 Molalla Ave, Ste 209, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-722-4110 Portland Rose Festival Foundation 1020 SW Naito Pkwy, Portland 97204 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-227-2681 Providence Willamette Falls Medical Foundation 1500 Division St, Oregon City ������������� 503-650-6809 Rivers of Life Center Jerry Herrmann PO Box 124, West Linn 97068.............. 503-260-3432

H Sycamore Lane Therapeutic Riding Center Suzanne Cleland-Zamudio, Founder/Executive Director 13921 S Clackamas River Dr, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-593-7084 The Angels in the Outfield PO Box 2347, Oregon City ������������������� 503-655-7730 Three Rivers VFW Post #1324 104 Tumwater Dr, Oregon City ������������ 503-655-6969

Oregon City Together 1404 7th St, Oregon City ��������������������� 503-785-7994

Willamette Falls Symphony Oregon City ������������������������������������������ 503-723-9703

Oregon Impact Janelle Lawrence, Executive Director 9800 SE McBrod, Milwaukie 97222��� 503-303-5763

Workforce Investment Council of Clackamas County (WICCO) 365 Warner Milne Rd #202, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-657-6644

Nursing Facilities Marquis Care at Oregon City 1680 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ����������� 503-655-2588 Nutritionists Janet Mann Nutrition Consulting 619 Madison St #102, Oregon City ����� 503-650-3801 Office Equipment AlphaCard 17858 SW Upper Boones Ferry Rd, Portland 97224 �������������������������������������������������������������� 800-717-8080 Office Supplies OfficeMax 10319 SE 82nd Ave, Happy Valley 97086 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-788-9234 OfficeMax 15550 SE McLoughlin Blvd, Milwaukie 97267 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-513-5200 Office Support Reliable Office Support Services 703 Main St, Oregon City��������������������� 503-739-5408 Office/Retail Space

Danielson Hilltop Mall 328 Warner Milne Rd, Oregon City 503-655-9141 Oregon City Shopping Center 1900 McLoughlin Blvd Ste 69, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-650-1888 Settlers Corner LLC 900 Main St, Oregon City �������������������� 503-723-4222 Pharmacy Fred Meyer Pharmacy 1839 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ����������� 503-657-1483

Oregon City Around Town


MemberDirectory Haggen 19701 S Highway 213, Oregon City ��� 503-451-7961 Safeway Pharmacy 13434 Colton Pl, Oregon City �������������� 503-644-4165 Photographers Paradise Photography Studio 17665 SE McLoughlin Blvd #D, Milwaukie 97267 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-653-0606 Physical Therapists Neurotherapeutic Pediatric Therapies 610 High St, Oregon City ��������������������� 503-657-8903 Providence Willamette Falls Rehabilitation Services 1500 Division St, Oregon City ������������� 503-657-6747 Therapeutic Associates Oregon City Physical Therapy Matt Rogers, PT, OPT, OCS, CSCS, Clinic Director, Physical Therapist 911 Main St, Ste 150, Oregon City ������ 503-655-4877

H Trails End Physical Therapy 1506 Washington St, Oregon City ������� 503-655-6777 Physicians Providence Cancer Center Oncology and Hematology Care Clinic-Willamette Falls 1510 Division St, Oregon City ������������� 503-742-6750 Providence Heart Clinic – Willamette Falls 1510 Division St, Oregon City ������������� 503-962-1100

Providence Medical Group – Oregon City 1510 Division St, Oregon City General, Vascular and Thoracic Surgery503-723-6525 Internal Medicine��������������������������������� 503-650-6880 Pulmonary and Critical Care����������������� 503-742-6700 Spine Center������������������������������������������ 503-650-6288

Physicians—Chiropractic Complete Health Chiropractic Center, LLC Dr. Jennifer Pitcairn 365 Warner Milne Rd, Ste 105, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-557-9266 Function Performance Sport Chiropractic 275 Beavercreek Road C-141, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-730-2788 Health Source Chiropractic 1163 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ����������� 503-650-3737 Physicians—Naturopathic Natural Health Works, PC Dr. Joanne Gordon 710 John Adams St, Oregon City �������� 503-722-7776 Plumbing All Star Plumbing and Drains Michael Barrow, Plumber Oregon City ������������������������������������������ 503-703-8635

H JNM Plumbing LLC PO Box 2011, Oregon City ������������������� 503-657-0100 MP Plumbing 15330 SE 82nd Dr, Clackamas 97015� 503-655-9161 Printers Buel’s Impressions Printing 408 Beavercreek Rd, Ste 407, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-656-7939 Executive Copy & Printing 623 Main St, Oregon City �������������������� 503-655-9227

CLACKAMAS FIRE DISTRICT #1 would like to remind you of these

SAFETY TIPS Check your smoke alarm once a monthonly working smoke alarms


Help us find you... when seconds count. Make sure your address is visible from the street. The letters need to be 4-6 inches tall & make 4567 them contrasting colors. Then do a drive-by and make sure you can see your address clearly & quickly. Help us help you.

Ride your bike safely!


Minuteman Press 3382 SE 20th Ave, Portland 97202 ����� 503-657-7787

FEATURING: Police car rides, Fire Prevention Safety Trailer, Fire Rescue Equipment, Dental Checks, Sports Physicals, Immunizations & more! Bring your family wear to enjoya aproperly FREE dayfit of health & safety! ALWAYS bike helmet!

OfficeMax 10319 SE 82nd Ave, Happy Valley 97086 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-788-9234

District Office ................. 503.742.2600 Burn Line .......................... 503.632.0211 Volunteer Hotline .......... 503.742.2946 Public Info ........................ 503.742.2693 To file a complaint about someone burning garbage call

DEQ ..................................... 503.229.5293

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MemberDirectory Property Management John L. Scott Real Estate Nancy Carnahan, Principal Broker/Owner 1404 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ����������� 503-656-6656

Real Estate—Commercial Eton Lane LLC 421 High St, Oregon City ��������������������� 503-238-1025

Rivershore Bar & Grill 1900 Clackamette Dr, Oregon City ������ 503-655-5155

H KW Commercial Portland Central – Mike Kauffman

Publishers Coffee News Clackamas Oregon City ������������������������������������������ 971-295-2089

6400 SE Lake Road Ste. 200, Milwaukie, OR 97222 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-348-5125

Singer Hill Cafe Christy Palmer, Manager 623 7th St, Oregon City ����������������������� 503-656-5252

Mt. Angel Publishing Inc. 135 N. Main St, Mt Angel 97362�������� 503-845-9499 Real Estate Coldwell Banker Seal – Susan Perry 19719 Highway 213, Oregon City ������ 503-699-3857

Denise Goding – Keller Williams Realty, Portland Central 6400 SE Lake Rd, Ste 200, Portland 97222 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-336-6378

H Hedy Kauffman, Keller Williams Portland Central 6400 SE Lake Road Ste. 200, Portland, OR 97222 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-312-0126

Elite Realty Ltd 914 Molalla Ave, Ste 101, Oregon City 503-650-0061 John L. Scott Real Estate Nancy Carnahan, Principal Broker/Owner 1404 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ����������� 503-656-6656

H Windermere Commercial Real Estate 619 Madison St, Ste 108, Oregon City 503-319-4267 Restaurants 505 Tavern Mike Berman 505 Main Street, Oregon City................503-655-4321 Bugatti’s 334 Warner Milne Rd, Oregon City ����� 503-722-8222 Burgerville USA 1900 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ����������� 503-655-0013 Highcliffe Pub & Eatery 602 7th St, Oregon City ����������������������� 503-212-2008

H Jimmy O’s Pizzeria 1678 Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City ������ 503-655-6329

McDonald’s Restaurant 1450 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ����������� 503-655-7649 Midway Historic Public House 1003 7th St, Oregon City ��������������������� 503-656-9501



9895 SE Sunnyside Rd Clackamas, OR 97015

19719 S Hwy.Rd213 9895 Sunnyside Rd 9895 SE SE Sunnyside Oregon City,OROR 97045 Clackamas, OR 97015 Clackamas, 97015

The Caufield House 723 Main St, Oregon City �������������������� 503-305-8017 The Living Room Bistro 20068 S Hwy 213, Oregon City����������� 503-970-4429 Verdict Bar & Grill 110 8th St, Oregon City ����������������������� 503-305-8429 Retail Fred Meyer 1839 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ����������� 503-656-6226 Jodi Moses – Certified Independent Scentsy Family Consultant PO Box 2011, Oregon City ������������������� 503-705-3515 Retirement Communities Avamere Living at Berry Park Lorrie M. Marcott, Executive Director 13669 S Gaffney Lane, Oregon City ���� 503-656-7614

H Homewoods On The Willamette Karen Truax, Community Relationship Director 17971 SE River Rd, Milwaukie 97267 503-659-3600 Schools & Colleges Clackamas Academy of Industrial Sciences Kyle Laier, Principal 995 South End Rd, Oregon City ���������� 503-785-7860

Helping you find your way home.

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Super Torta 710 Washington St, Oregon City ��������� 503-722-2306

H Clackamas Community College 19600 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ��������� 503-594-6000



North Clackamas Christian School 19575 Sebastian Way, Oregon City ����� 503-655-5961




503.804.8147 503.699.3857 503.699.3857 Oregon City Around Town


MemberDirectory Oregon City School District Larry Didway, Superintendent 1417 12th St, Oregon City ������������������� 503-785-8000 Senior Services Pioneer Adult Community Center 615 Fifth St, Oregon City ��������������������� 503-657-8287 Septic Services Speedy Septic Service 28128 SE Hwy 212, Boring 97009����� 503-663-2807 Service Clubs Beavercreek Lions Club Frank Wille Beavercreek 97004������������������������������ 503-342-6699 Meets at Beavercreek Grange Oregon City Lions Club Oregon City ������������������������������������������ 503-305-6523 Oregon City Elks Lodge #1189 610 McLoughlin Blvd, Oregon City ����� 503-655-5131 Oregon City Kiwanis Club Oregon City ������������������������������������������ 503-657-7047 Oregon City Optimist Club PO Box 1301, Oregon City ������������������� 503-557-0897

Rotary Club of Oregon City PO Box 1552, Oregon City ������������������� 503-785-8421 Service Stations Stein Oil Inc 13001 Clackamas River Dr #200, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-656-0375 Shipping Services The UPS Store 2050 Beavercreek Rd #101, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-650-5855

Swimming Pool Oregon City Municipal Pool 1211 Jackson St, Oregon City �������������� 503-657-8273 Tanning Salons Jungle Tan 19105 Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City ��� 503-656-8826

Signs/Banners Magnetic Sign Company Oregon City ������������������������������������������ 503-631-4350

Telecommunications BCT 15223 S Henrici Rd, Oregon City ��������� 503-632-3113

Oregon City Signs 402 S. Beavercreek Rd, Ste 106, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-657-7446

Century Link 310 SW Park Ave, 11th Floor, Portland 97205 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-242-7989

The Sign Guy Gladstone 97027��������������������������������� 503-650-8052

part of the avamere family of companies

13669 S. Gaffney Lane • Oregon City, OR 97045

Independent Senior Living • 503-656-7614 Spring/Summer 2014

Sports & Recreation Oregon City Swim Team 1211 Jackson St, Oregon City �������������� 503-655-4169

Shower Doors DT Glass Inc. 106 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ������������� 503-650-6373

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Solar Products & Service Sunlight Solar Energy, Inc. 402 S Beavercreek Rd, Ste #109, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-705-9550

Clear Creek Communications Jay Henke, Operations Manager 18238 S Fishers Mill Rd, Oregon City �� 503-631-2101

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MemberDirectory Comcast Business Class 11308 SW 68th Pkwy, Tigard 97223��� 503-213-0489 Reliance Connects 301 SW Broadway, Estacada 97023��� 503-630-4202 Theaters Clackamas Repertory Theatre 19600 Molalla Ave, Oregon City ��������� 503-594-6047 New Century Players 11022 SE 37th Ave, Milwaukie 97222 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-367-2620 Staged! Musical Theatre 1002 15th St, Oregon City ������������������� 971-322-5723 Tires Les Schwab Tire Center 1625 S Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City ��� 503-657-1235

Toilets—Portable Willy Make It? 13240 S. Clackamas River Dr, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-261-1234

Visitor Services End of The Oregon Trail Interpretive and Visitor Center 1726 Washington St, Oregon City ������� 503-657-9336

Transportation Tri-Met 4012 SE 17th Ave, Portland 97202������ 503-238-RIDE

Waste Management Republic Services 2001 Washington St, Oregon City ������� 503-722-4656

Travel Agencies American Travel Bureau Lori Thrasher, Travel Consultant Milwaukie 97267��������������������������������� 503-789-5487

Wedding / Event Planner Portland Event & Design 7800 SW Durham Rd Ste 400, Portland, OR 97224 �������������������������������������������������������������� 503-507-0405

Cruise Planners Jo-Ann Moss West Linn 97068��������������������������������� 503-656-5005

Wineries Christopher Bridge Cellars 12770 Casto Rd, Oregon City �������������� 503-263-6267

Tree Service

Forest Edge Vineyard 15640 S Spangler Rd, Oregon City������ 503-632-9463

Sense of Place Permaculture, LLC Nick Bezzerides, Owner/Operator PO Box 418, Clackamas 97015������������ 971-344-0810 ISA Certified Arborist #MW4383A. CCB#182633

King’s Raven Winery 11603 S New Era Rd, Oregon City ������� 503-656-6439

Utilities Portland General Electric 121 SW Salmon 1WTC0301, Portland 97204 �������������������������������������������������������������� 800-542-8818 Veterinary Clinics H Clackamas County Veterinary Clinic 1678-F Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City �� 503-657-3171 Equus Veterinary Service, P.C. 14671 S Leland Rd, Oregon City ��������� 503-632-2100 The Cat’s Meow Cat Clinic P.C. 19743 S Hwy 213, Oregon City ���������� 503-518-6369 Video Production Services funnelbox inc 712 Main St, Oregon City �������������������� 503-595-5901

Oregon City Around Town


AlphabeticalDirectory a 505 Tavern���������������������������������503-655-4321 Restaurants Abernethy Center���������������������503-722-9400 Event Facilities Ad Specialties of Oregon NW, Inc� 503-829-2402 Advertising—Promotional Products Adam Hollar Law LLC����������������503-342-6473 Attorneys Aflac – Travis New & Jeffrey Doering �������������������������������������������������971-285-3530 Insurance Ainsworth House & Gardens����503-656-1894 Event Facilities Alimenti Catering & Events������503-310-9975 Catering All Star Plumbing and Drains��503-703-8635 Plumbing AlphaCard����������������������������������800-717-8080 Office Equipment Alpine Mortgage����������������������503-329-5622 Mortgages American Cancer Society���������503-795-3964 Non-Profit Organizations American Family Insurance – Deb Hepler Agency����������������503-723-1280 Insurance American Family Insurance – Rick Gravning Agency������������503-723-7707 Insurance American Travel Bureau�����������503-789-5487 Travel Agencies Amicus Digital Sign Solutions�503-516-8618 Computer Services

Brockamp & Jaeger Inc.�����������503-655-9151 General Contractors

Clackamas Fire District 1����������503-742-2600 Fire Department

Elite Realty Ltd��������������������������503-650-0061 Real Estate

Bryan R. Guthrie, DMD PC��������503-656-2139 Dentists

Clackamas Landscape Supply Co. �������������������������������������������������503-656-2891 Landscaping

End of The Oregon Trail Interpretive and Visitor Center��������������������������503-657-9336 Visitor Services, Attractions

Clackamas Repertory Theatre�503-594-6047 Theaters

Equus Veterinary Service, P.C.��503-632-2100 Veterinary Clinics

Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine �������������������������������������������������503-722-4400 Non-Profit Organizations

Eton Lane LLC����������������������������503-238-1025 Real Estate—Commercial

Buel’s Greenscapes�������������������971-409-1537 Landscaping Buel’s Impressions Printing�����503-656-7939 Printers Bugatti’s������������������������������������503-722-8222 Restaurants Burgerville USA�������������������������503-655-0013 Restaurants

c Canby ReStore - N. Willamette Valley Habitat for Humanity������������503-263-6691 Building Supplies Centex Fluid Products LLC��������360-910-9525 Distributors Century Link������������������������������503-242-7989 Telecommunications Children’s Center�����������������������503-655-7725 Non-Profit Organizations Christmas at the Zoo����������������503-223-4048 Gifts & Collectibles Christopher Bridge Cellars�������503-263-6267 Wineries Christopher Veley DMD PC�������503-656-1905 Dentists Citizens Bank�����������������������������503-518-8808 Banks City of Oregon City��������������������503-657-0891 Government—City

AMR��������������������������������������������503-659-6987 Ambulance Services

Clackamas Academy of Industrial Sciences �������������������������������������������������503-785-7860 Schools & Colleges

Apprisen������������������������������������800-355-2227 Credit Counseling

Clackamas Auto Parts���������������503-656-4244 Auto Parts & Services

Auto Team���������������������������������503-908-0462 Auto Repair

Clackamas Community College Foundation �������������������������������������������������503-594-3128 Non-Profit Organizations

Avamere Living at Berry Park���503-656-7614 Retirement Communities

b Bank of America�����������������������503-656-1681 Banks Bank of the West����������������������503-656-5238 Banks BCT���������������������������������������������503-632-3113 Telecommunications Beavercreek Lions Club������������503-342-6699 Service Clubs Benchmade Knife Company����503-655-6004 Manufacturing Best Western Rivershore Hotel503-655-7141 Hotels & Other Accommodations Better Business Bureau������������503-212-3022 Consumer & Business Services

Clear Creek Communications���503-631-2101 Telecommunications Coastal Farm & Ranch��������������503-657-5780 Farm Supplies & Equipment Coffee News Clackamas�����������971-295-2089 Publishers Coldwell Banker Seal – Susan Perry �������������������������������������������������503-699-3857 Real Estate Columbia State Bank����������������503-723-5036 Banks Comcast Business Class������������503-213-0489 Telecommunications ComfortCare Dental�����������������503-557-3747 Dentists Community Solutions for Clackamas Co �������������������������������������������������503-655-8842 Employment Services Complete Health Chiropractic Center, LLC �������������������������������������������������503-557-9266 Physicians—Chiropractic Comprehensive Tax Service, LLC�� 503-657-2550 Accountants—Tax Consultants Corporate Image Solutions������971-404-9790 Advertising—Promotional Products Country Financial����������������������503-635-3714 Insurance

Eye Health Northwest��������������503-656-4221 Eyeglasses & Eye Care

f Family Values Magazine, Inc.��503-632-5908 Advertising Farmers Insurance – Barbara Planton, Agent��������������������������������������503-387-3443 Insurance Fill A Stocking, Fill A Heart�������503-632-0577 Non-Profit Organizations First City Cycles��������������������������503-344-4901 Bicycle Sales, Accessories, Repairs Forest Edge Vineyard����������������503-632-9463 Wineries Forté Floral Artistry Inc������������503-659-4000 Florists Fournier Group��������������������������503-251-2255 Insurance Fred Meyer��������������������������������503-656-6226 Retail Friends of the Oregon City Public Library �������������������������������������������������503-594-0261 Books Function Performance Sport Chiropractic �������������������������������������������������503-730-2788 Chiropractic funnelbox inc����������������������������503-595-5901 Video Production Services


Country Financial – Jim Christensen �������������������������������������������������503-650-7702 Financial Services

General Distributors Inc.����������503-656-9470 Beer & Wine Distributors

Clackamas County – Business & Community Services�����������������������������������503-742-4344 Government—County

Cruise Planners�������������������������503-656-5005 Travel Agencies

Gilman Park Assisted Living Residence �������������������������������������������������503-657-5700 Assisted Living Facilities

Clackamas County – Office of Sustainability �������������������������������������������������503-557-6363 Government—County

d Danielson Hilltop Mall�������������503-655-9141 Office/Retail Space

Gleaners of Clackamas County503-655-8740 Non-Profit Organizations

Clackamas County – Sheriff�����503-785-5000 Government—County

Dan’s Auto Service��������������������503-655-7737 Auto Repair

Clackamas County – Tourism & Cultural Affairs��������������������������������������503-655-8490 Government—County

Denise Goding – Keller Williams Realty, Portland Central���������������������503-336-6378 Real Estate

Clackamas County Historical Society �������������������������������������������������503-655-5574 Non-Profit Organizations

Double J Construction Inc.�������503-722-5295 Construction/Remodeling, Excavation

Book Entry Tech LLC������������������503-744-0877 Accountants—Bookkeeping Bricks 4 Kidz������������������������������503-451-0585 Educational Services

Clackamas Federal Credit Union503-656-0671 Credit Unions

Spring/Summer 2014

Clear Channel Outdoor�������������503-232-3111 Advertising

Executive Copy & Printing��������503-655-9227 Printers

Clackamas Community College��503-594-6000 Schools & Colleges

Clackamas County Veterinary Clinic �������������������������������������������������503-657-3171 Veterinary Clinics


Clackamas Women’s Services��503-655-8600 Non-Profit Organizations

DT Glass Inc.������������������������������503-650-6373 Shower Doors

Grand View Baptist Church������503-632-8100 Churches Green Way Solutions����������������503-709-1851 Air Purification Greenbox Architecture LLC�������503-380-7114 Architects Guild Mortgage�������������������������503-490-0459 Mortgages



Haggen��������������������������������������503-451-7900 Grocers

Edward Jones – Lucas Kidwell�971-227-7015 Financial Services

Haner, Ross & Sporseen, P.C.����503-657-1384 Engineers

AlphabeticalDirectory Happy Baskets��������������������������503-653-6120 Gift Baskets

Just A Bite����������������������������������503-518-0110 Bakeries

Harmony Road Music Center of Oregon �������������������������������������������������503-557-5151 Music Education


Haven Corner LLC, an Adult Care Home �������������������������������������������������503-518-4286 Assisted Living Facilities Health Source Chiropractic������503-650-3737 Physicians—Chiropractic Hedy Kauffman, Keller Williams Portland Central������������������������������������503-312-0126 Real Estate

Kaiser Permanente�������������������503-652-2880 Hospitals & Clinics Kaiser Permanente Oregon City Dental Clinic����������������������������������������503-387-8000 Dentists Kari Mitchell Accounting, P.C.��503-722-8818 Accountants—Certified Public

Meier Wealth Management Inc �������������������������������������������������503-479-0080 Financial Services Metro IT�������������������������������������503-451-2138 Computer Services Midway Historic Public House�503-656-9501 Restaurants Miles Fiberglass & Composites503-775-7755 Manufacturing Minuteman Press���������������������503-657-7787 Printers

Oregon City Awards������������������503-650-0806 Awards

Oregon City Family Dentistry��503-656-8250 Dentists

Hillside Chapel��������������������������503-656-4285 Funeral Services

L & C Trucking����������������������������503-305-6163 Auto Dealers

Morrissey Wealthcare Group LLC� 503-657-1526 Financial Services MP Plumbing����������������������������503-655-9161 Plumbing Mt. Angel Publishing Inc.���������503-845-9499 Publishers Museum of the Oregon Territory �������������������������������������������������503-655-5574 Museums My Mother Knows LLC��������������503-518-1952 Gifts & Collectibles

Hilltop Smiles Dentistry and Orthodontics �������������������������������������������������503-722-1100 Dentists

Laserwerks Awards & Gifts������503-344-4476 Awards


Heritage Hearing Aid Center���503-518-3300 Hearing Aids Hibbard Caldwell Schultz & Stalnaker, PC �������������������������������������������������503-656-5200 Attorneys Highcliffe Pub & Eatery������������503-212-2008 Restaurants

Holiday Inn Express������������������503-722-7777 Hotels & Other Accommodations Home Depot������������������������������503-723-3181 Home Improvement Homewoods On The Willamette�� 503-659-3600 Retirement Communities Hopkins Demonstration Forest503-655-5524 Forest Education

i IntSTATS�������������������������������������503-650-5035 Data Analysis Isa’s Auto Service����������������������503-742-9046 Auto Repair Iselin Architects P.C.������������������503-656-1942 Architects It Figure$ Bookkeeping�����������503-305-6523 Accountants—Bookkeeping

j Jacobsen Pediatric Dentistry���503-656-0405 Dentists Janet Mann Nutrition Consulting �������������������������������������������������503-650-3801 Nutritionists

Key Bank������������������������������������503-742-7008 Banks King’s Raven Winery�����������������503-656-6439 Wineries KW Commercial Portland Central – Mike Kauffman��������������������������������503-348-5125 Real Estate-Commercial


Maralee’s Dance Productions & Design �������������������������������������������������503-655-6160 Dance Schools

Natural Health Works, PC���������503-722-7776 Physicians—Naturopathic NEDCO – Neighborhood Economic Development Corporation����503-655-8974 Non-Profit Organizations Neighborhood Health Center��503-941-3064 Dentists Neurotherapeutic Pediatric Therapies �������������������������������������������������503-657-8903 Physical Therapists New Century Players����������������503-367-2620 Theaters North Clackamas Christian School �������������������������������������������������503-655-5961 Schools & Colleges North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District �������������������������������������������������503-742-4348 Government—County Northwest Community Credit Union �������������������������������������������������503-656-9601 Credit Unions Northwest Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery �������������������������������������������������503-655-6239 Dentists

Marquis Care at Oregon City����503-655-2588 Nursing Facilities


Les Schwab Tire Center�������������503-657-1235 Tires Lewis & Clark Bank�������������������503-212-3200 Banks Lifestyle Nutrition and Massage �������������������������������������������������971-221-5685 Massage Therapists Living Hope Church������������������503-655-7390 Churches Logotek, Inc.�����������������������������503-780-6990 Advertising—Promotional Products

m M Seed Thrift Store & Outreach �������������������������������������������������503-318-6281 Non-Profit Organizations Magnetic Sign Company����������503-631-4350 Signs/Banners Main Street Oregon City�����������971-202-1604 Non-Profit Organizations

Oregon City Car Wash���������������503-650-6526 Car Wash & Polish Oregon City Community Education �������������������������������������������������503-785-7993 Educational Services Oregon City Elks Lodge #1189�503-655-5131 Non-Profit Organizations Oregon City Evangelical Church���503-656-8582 Churches

Oregon City Farmers Market����503-734-0192 Farmers Markets Oregon City Garbage/B&B Leasing �������������������������������������������������503-656-8403 Garbage/Recycling Services Oregon City Golf Club���������������503-518-2846 Golf Oregon City Kiwanis Club���������503-657-7047 Non-Profit Organizations Oregon City Lions Club�������������503-305-6523 Service Clubs Oregon City News/Clackamas Review �������������������������������������������������503-684-0360 Newspapers Oregon City Optimist Club�������503-557-0897 Service Clubs Oregon City Police Department �������������������������������������������������503-657-4964 Government—City Oregon City Public Library�������503-657-8269 Libraries Oregon City School District������503-785-8000 Schools & Colleges Oregon City Shopping Center��503-650-1888 Office/Retail Space Oregon City Signs���������������������503-657-7446 Signs/Banners Oregon City Swim Team�����������503-655-4169 Sports & Recreation Oregon City Together���������������503-785-7994 Non-Profit Organizations Oregon City United Methodist Church �������������������������������������������������503-656-3433 Churches Oregon Impact��������������������������503-303-5763 Non-Profit Organizations Oregon Pioneer Federal Credit Union �������������������������������������������������503-833-1540 Credit Unions

McLoughlin Place���������������������503-655-3337 Assisted Living Facilities

OC High School Youth Transitions �������������������������������������������������503-785-8988 Educational Services OfficeMax����������������������������������503-513-5200 Office Supplies OfficeMax����������������������������������503-788-9234 Printers OnPoint Community Credit Union ��������������������������������������503-273-1700 x5680 Credit Unions Oregon City Acupuncture���������503-653-1468 Acupuncture

Meadows Law, LLC��������������������503-451-3721 Attorneys

Oregon City Adult Care Home, LLC�503-656-4955 Assisted Living Facilities

Pacific Hot Tub Solutions����������503-913-2189 Hot Tubs & Spas

Jerry Ryan Counseling, LLC������503-348-6177 Counselors

Massage Solace�������������������������503-756-9365 Massage Therapists

Jimmy O’s Pizzeria��������������������503-655-6329 Restaurants

Max Muscle Sports Nutrition���503-655-2311 Health & Fitness

JNM Plumbing LLC��������������������503-657-0100 Plumbing

McDonald’s Restaurant������������503-655-7649 Restaurants

Jodi Moses – Certified Independent Scentsy Family Consultant������������������503-705-3515 Retail

McLarens Carpet One Floor & Home �������������������������������������������������503-266-4095 Floorcoverings

John L. Scott Real Estate����������503-656-6656 Real Estate, Property Management Jungle Tan���������������������������������503-656-8826 Tanning Salons

Oregon State University Extension Service �������������������������������������������������503-655-8631 Educational Services Oregonian Media Group�����������503-294-4126 Newspapers Oregonians Credit Union����������503-239-5336 Credit Unions


Oregon City Around Town


AlphabeticalDirectory Pacific West Bank����������������������503-905-2222 Banks Paradise Photography Studio�503-653-0606 Photographers Park Place Development����������503-720-5234 Land Development Parkin Electric Inc���������������������503-657-4958 Electrical Contractors Parrott Creek Child & Family Services �������������������������������������������������503-722-4110 Non-Profit Organizations Paul’s Mobile Auto Detail���������503-887-0256 Car Wash & Polish Perfect Touch Drywall Inc��������503-310-6844 Drywall Contractors Pioneer Adult Community Center �������������������������������������������������503-657-8287 Senior Services Pioneer Rental��������������������������503-656-1401 Equipment Rental & Sales Portland Catering Company����503-620-8855 Catering Portland Event & Design����������503-507-0405 Wedding / Event Planner Portland General Electric���������800-542-8818 Utilities Portland Rose Festival Foundation �������������������������������������������������503-227-2681 Non-Profit Organizations Proturn Inc��������������������������������503-657-3858 Manufacturing Providence Cancer Center Oncology and Hematology Care Clinic-Willamette Falls �������������������������������������������������503-742-6750 Physicians Providence Heart Clinic – Willamette Falls �������������������������������������������������503-962-1100 Physicians Providence Medical Group – Oregon City����� Internal Medicine���������������������503-650-6880 Spine Center�����������������������������503-650-6288 Pulmonary and Critical Care�����503-742-6700 General, Vascular and Thoracic Surgery ����������������������������������������������503-723-6525 Physicians Providence Willamette Falls Community Center�������������������������������������503-650-6852 Event Facilities Providence Willamette Falls Medical Center �������������������������������������������������503-656-1631 Hospitals & Clinics Providence Willamette Falls Medical Foundation�����������������������������503-650-6809 Non-Profit Organizations Providence Willamette Falls Rehabilitation Services�����������������������������������503-657-6747 Physical Therapists

r Reformation Covenant Church503-656-9444 Churches Reliable Office Support Services �������������������������������������������������503-739-5408 Accountants-Bookkeeping


Spring/Summer 2014

Reliance Connects��������������������503-630-4202 Telecommunications Republic Services����������������������503-722-4656 Waste Management River of Life Center�������������������503-260-3432 Non-Profit Organizations Rivershore Bar & Grill���������������503-655-5155 Restaurants Rogers Financial Services���������503-655-7153 Accountants—Certified Public Rotary Club of Oregon City������503-785-8421 Service Clubs

s Safeway Inc�������������������������������503-655-8155 Grocers Safeway Pharmacy�������������������503-644-4165 Pharmacy Sah-Hah-Lee Golf Course���������503-655-9249 Golf Sense of Place Permaculture, LLC���971-344-0810 Landscaping, Tree Service Serenity Tax & Accounting�������503-657-6055 Accountants—Tax Consultants Serres Greenhouse & Farm������503-655-0938 Farm and Garden ServiceMaster Building Services �������������������������������������������������503-657-3998 Janitorial Services Settlers Corner LLC��������������������503-723-4222 Office/Retail Space Shari Anderson, CPA�����������������503-655-9964 Accountants—Certified Public Singer Hill Cafe�������������������������503-656-5252 Restaurants Small Business Development Center �������������������������������������������������503-594-0738 Educational Services smALL FLAGs�����������������������������503-723-3456 Flags Snap Fitness������������������������������503-656-2580 Health & Fitness South Fork Water Board�����������503-657-5030 Government—City Sparks Auto Service������������������503-655-5354 Auto Repair Speedy Septic Service��������������503-663-2807 Septic Services Sport Clips Haircuts������������������503-656-8888 Barbershop St Paul’s Episcopal Church��������503-656-9842 Churches Staged! Muscial Theatre����������971-322-5723 Theaters State Farm Insurance – Brian Nogueira �������������������������������������������������503-655-3433 Insurance State Farm Insurance – Jeff Landstrom �������������������������������������������������503-518-7100 Insurance State Representative Bill Kennemer �������������������������������������������������503-263-4798 Government—State

State Representative Brent Barton �������������������������������������������������503-986-1440 Government—State Stein Oil Inc�������������������������������503-656-0375 Service Stations Stephanie Gillette’s Bright Art503-656-3892 Artists Stevens-Crawford Heritage House�503-655-2866 Museums Stitch-N-Embroidery����������������503-557-9090 Embroidery Stone Creek Golf Club���������������503-518-4653 Golf Stuckey & Suss Insurance���������503-314-5758 Insurance Sun Glow Inc. Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration��������������������������503-253-7789 Heating & Air Conditioning Sunlight Solar Energy, Inc.�������503-705-9550 Construction/Remodeling Super Torta��������������������������������503-722-2306 Restaurants Supplemental Benefit Solutions, Inc �������������������������������������������������503-620-6406 Insurance Sycamore Lane Therapeutic Riding Center �������������������������������������������������503-593-7084 Non-Profit Organizations

t Take Shape for Life ������������������503-421-3570 Health & Fitness The Angels in the Outfield�������503-655-7730 Non-Profit Organizations The Barbers�������������������������������503-342-6630 Barbershop The Beauty Parlour�������������������503-908-0261 Beauty Salons The Cat’s Meow Cat Clinic P.C.��503-518-6369 Veterinary Clinics The Caufield House�������������������503-305-8017 Restaurants The Founders Clinic�������������������503-722-4400 Hospitals & Clinics The Landing������������������������������503-303-4094 Apartments The Living Room Bistro������������503-970-4429 Restaurants The Morrissey Group LLC����������503-657-3305 Accountants—Certified Public The Shabby Cottage�����������������503-655-2380 Antiques & Collectibles The Sign Guy�����������������������������503-650-8052 Signs/Banners The Tumwater Room����������������503-310-9975 Event Facilities The UPS Store����������������������������503-650-5855 Shipping Services Therapeutic Associates Oregon City Physical Therapy�����������������������������������503-655-4877 Physical Therapists Three Rivers Artist Guild����������503-616-1492 Artists

Three Rivers VFW Post #1324��503-655-6969 Non-Profit Organizations TLC Carpet Cleaning������������������503-595-5379 Carpet & Upholstery Cleaning Trails End Physical Therapy������503-655-6777 Physical Therapists Tri County Temp Control�����������503-557-2220 Heating & Air Conditioning Tri-Met����������������������������������������503-238-RIDE Transportation Trinity Lutheran Church & School��503-632-5554 Churches

u US Bank – Downtown��������������503-657-2305 Banks

v Vehicle Buyer’s Service�������������503-643-4585 Auto Dealers Verdict Bar & Grill���������������������503-305-8429 Restaurants Viva la Local�������������������������������503-481-3355 Fundraising

w Waffle Lady�������������������������������949-361-4728 Food Products/Organic & Natural Wells Fargo Bank����������������������503-657-2668 Banks Wilco Farm Stores���������������������503-656-0616 Farm Supplies & Equipment Willamette Falls Symphony�����503-723-9703 Non-Profit Organizations Willy Make It?���������������������������503-261-1234 Toilets—Portable Windermere Commercial Real Estate �������������������������������������������������503-319-4267 Real Estate—Commercial Wittco Inspections��������������������503-341-7025 Home Inspections Wolfe Strategies CPA, PC����������503-723-0134 Accountants-Certified Public Workforce Investment Council of Clackamas County�������������������������������������503-657-6644 Non-Profit Organizations WorkSource Clackamas������������971-673-6400 Employment Services Wrench on the Run�������������������503-320-4716 Auto Repair Wrightberry’s Cakes & Cupcakes��� 503-344-4946 Bakeries

y Young’s Jewelers�����������������������503-305-8609 Jewelers

z ZCS Engineering, Inc.����������������503-659-2205 Engineers

OtherResources City of Oregon City City Hall 625 Center St������������������������������503-657-0891 Building Division�������������������������503-722-3789 Business Licenses������������������������503-657-0891 City Manager������������������������������503-496-1504 City Recorder/City Commission���503-496-1505 Municipal Court��������������������������503-657-8154 Cemetery������������������������������������503-657-8299 Parks�������������������������������������������503-496-1201 Planning�������������������������������������503-722-3789 Public Works�������������������������������503-657-8241 After Hours�������������������������������503-655-8211 Mayor & Commissioners Doug Neeley, Mayor Kathy Roth, Commission President Betty Mumm; Carol Pauli; Rocky Smith, Jr. Oregon City Police Department 320 Warner Milne Rd Administration Office������������������503-657-4964 Non-Emergency Dispatch�����������503-655-8211 Oregon City Public Library 606 John Adams St���������������������503-657-8269 Oregon City Municipal Swimming Pool 1211 Jackson St��������������������������503-657-8273 Pioneer Adult Community Center 615 Fifth St���������������������������������503-657-8287

Oregon City School District Administration Office������������������503-785-8000 1417 12th St, Oregon City Bus Services��������������������������������503-785-8540 Oregon City Community School��503-785-8520 Elementary Schools Beavercreek Elementary ������������503-785-8350 21944 S. Yeoman Rd, Beavercreek Candy Lane Elementary������������� 503-785-8150 5901 SE Hull, Milwaukie Gaffney Lane Elementary�����������503-785-8600 13521 S. Gaffney Ln, Oregon City Holcomb Elementary������������������503-785-8100 14625 S. Holcomb Rd, Oregon City Jennings Lodge Elementary��������503-785-8035 18521 SE River Rd, Milwaukie John McLoughlin Elementary�����503-785-8650 19230 South End Rd, Oregon City Redland Elementary�������������������503-785-8500 18131 S. Redland Rd, Oregon City Middle Schools Gardiner Middle School��������������503-785-8200 180 Ethel St, Oregon City Ogden Middle School������������������503-785-8300 14133 S. Donovan Rd, Oregon City High Schools Oregon City High School�������������503-785-8900 19761 S. Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City Clackamas Academy of Industrial Sciences���������������503-785-7860 995 South End Rd, Oregon City

Clackamas Community College 19600 S. Molalla Ave, Oregon City Enrollment and Registration�������503-594-6100 Financial Aid�������������������������������503-594-6082 Workforce Development�������������503-594-3448 Transcripts & Student Records����503-594-6100 Veterans’ Services�����������������������503-594-3442 English as a Second Language����503-594-3234 General Educational Development (GED) �������������������������������������������������503-594-3395

Clackamas County Public Services Building 2051 Kaen Rd Citizen Involvement��������������������503-655-8552 County Clerk��������������������������������503-655-8698 Health, Housing & Human Svs����503-650-5697 Marriage Licenses�����������������������503-655-8659 Recorder’s Office�������������������������503-655-8661 Social Services����������������������������503-655-8640 Veteran’s Services....................... 503-650-5631 Volunteer Connection�����������������503-650-5779 Development Services Building 150 Beavercreek Rd Assessor’s Office��������������������������503-655-8671 Building Permits�������������������������503-742-4240 Parks�������������������������������������������503-742-4414 Planning & Land Use�������������������503-742-4500 Sustainability������������������������������503-557-6363 Red Soils Court 1710 Red Soils Ct Elections/Voting�������������������������503-655-8510 Veteran Services�������������������������503-650-5631 Weatherization���������������������������503-650-3338 Clackamas County Courthouse 807 Main St Circuit Court��������������������������������503-655-8447 Bail/Release Info�������������������������503-655-8453 Jury Coordinator�������������������������503-655-8397 Jury Recording����������������������������503-655-8389 Clackamas County Dog Services 13141 SE Hwy 212, Clackamas ���� 503-655-8628 Clackamas County Housing Authority 13930 Gain, Oregon City�������������503-655-8267 Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office 9101 SE Sunnybrook Blvd, Clackamas �������������������������������������������������503-785-5000 OSU Extension Service – Clackamas County 200 Warner Milne Rd, Oregon City �������������������������������������������������503-655-8631

Clackamas Fire District #1 Oregon City Headquarters����������503-742-2670 624 7th St, Oregon City Fire Marshal��������������������������������503-742-2675 EMERGENCIES Fire, Medical, & Police����������������������� 911 Non-emergency Dispatch�����������503-655-8211 AMR Ambulance�������������������������503-239-0389 Child Abuse Hotline��������������������971-673-7112 Poison Control Center������������������800-222-1222

Relocation Resources Telephone & Cable Services AT&T�������������������������������������������800-222-0300 BCT ���������������������������������������������503-632-3113 Clear Creek Communications������503-631-2101 Comcast/Xfinity��������������������������888-824-8264 CenturyLink Qwest����������������������800-244-1111 Direct TV�������������������������������������800-370-3587 Dish TV����������������������������������������800-984-4533 Garbage/Recycling Oregon City Garbage�������������������503-656-8403 Metro South Transfer Station������503-234-3000 Newspapers Oregon City News�����������������������503-684-0360 The Oregonian����������������������������503-221-8301

Water/Sewer City of Oregon City����������������������503-657-8151 Clackamas River Water����������������503-722-9220 Utilities Portland General Electric������������503-228-6322 Toll Free������������������������������������800-542-8818 Northwest Natural Gas����������������503-226-4211 Toll Free������������������������������������800-422-4012

State & Federal

Department of Human Services (OHP, Food Stamps, Medicaid, TANF)315 Beavercreek Rd������������������������971-673-7300 Department of Human Services (Seniors and People with Disabilities) 221 Molalla Ave�����������������������971-673-7600 Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) 10 82nd Dr, Gladstone��������������503-299-9999 Passports 270 Beavercreek Rd, #200��������503-655-8323 U.S. Post Office 19300 S. Molalla Ave����������������503-722-2086

Other Services Crisis, Counseling & Mental Health Alcoholics Anonymous Hotline���503-223-8569 Al-Anon��������������������������������������503-292-1333 The Children’s Center ������������������503-655-7725 Clackamas County Mental Health Crisis Line �������������������������������������������������503-655-8401 Clackamas Women’s Services������503-722-2366 Domestic Violence Crisis 24 Hour Shelter �������������������������������������������������503-654-2288 National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) �������������������������������������������������503-723-4989 Oregon Impact (DUII Intervention) �������������������������������������������������503-722-6287 Parrott Creek Child & Family Services �������������������������������������������������503-722-4110 Pregnancy Care Center��������������� 503-829-2673 Victims Assistance����������������������503-655-8616 Environmental Quality Burn Information������������������������503-632-0211 DEQ���������������������������������������������877-476-0583 Senior Services LIFT Program������������������������������503-802-8000 Meals on Wheels�������������������������503-657-8287 Pioneer Community Center���������503-657-8287 Senior Citizen Council�����������������503-657-1366 Social Security/Medicare������������971-673-7600 Transportation Reaching People����������������������503-655-8208 Services & Organizations Beavercreek Lions�����������������������503-799-8202 Better Business Bureau���������������503-212-3027 Oregon City Elks��������������������������503-655-5131 Fill A Stocking, Fill A Heart����������503-632-0577 Gleaners of Clackamas County����503-655-8740 Oregon City Kiwanis��������������������503-632-6314 Oregon City Lions������������������������503-657-4141 Oregon City Optimists�����������������503-784-5472 Oregon City Rotary����������������������503-657-1526 Transportation Information Amtrak����������������������������������������800-872-7245 Broadway Cab�����������������������������503-333-3333 PDX International Airport�����������877-739-4636 Radio Cab������������������������������������503-227-1212 Tri-Met����������������������������������������503-238-7433

A history… Oregon City is the first incorporated city west of the Mississippi River. Established in 1829 by Dr. John McLoughlin at the base of the thundering Willamette Falls, Oregon City was the destination for thousands of Oregon Trail pioneer settlers in the 1840s. With its rich heritage and natural beauty, the City at the End of the Oregon Trail continues to connect visitors to our nation’s pioneering past. Oregon City was the first State Capital and is the County Seat of Clackamas County. The city has three major zones, defined by steep hills or bluffs. Oregon City is home to shopping areas, recreational opportunities, businesses, and a wide variety of historical and cultural attractions dedicated to celebrating the Pioneer spirit. Rich history, natural beauty, and a progressive community have found a home in Oregon City. It is the blend of old and new that makes Oregon City such a vibrant place to live, work, and play. z

Fast Facts Location Oregon City is located approximately 13 miles south of Portland, along the banks of the Willamette and Clackamas Rivers. Incorporated December 24, 1844 Elevation 55’ Downtown District 350’ Hilltop District Climate Monthly Avg. Low 35°F Monthly Avg. High 82°F Avg. Annual Precip 47.060" Source: Oregon Climate Service Demographics 2010 Population 31,859 2010 Median Household Income $45,531 2010 Median Home Value $164,400 City Resident Tax Rates $17.9083 per $1000 assessed value for: Education, General Government, Clackamas Fire District, Bonds, etc. Source: Clackamas County Assessor’s Office –

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Sunshine Roll-Ups Recipe and images from Oregon State University Extension Service


No oranges? Used halved grapes or diced apples. Instead of chicken, try using 1 cup cooked/drained garbanzo beans or 1 cup of small tofu cubes.

1 cup cooked, diced chicken 1/2 cup finely chopped celery 2/3 cup canned, drained mandarin oranges 1/4 cup minced onion (green, red or yellow) 2 tablespoons mayonnaise 1 teaspoon soy sauce 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder 1/4 teaspoon pepper 1 large whole wheat tortilla 4 medium lettuce leaves, washed and patted dry

Yield: 4 servings


Serving size 1 “wrap”

1. In medium bowl, mix chicken, celery, oranges and onions.

Prep time: 20 minutes

2. Add mayonnaise, soy sauce, garlic and pepper. Mix gently until chicken mixture is coated. 3. Lay tortilla on clean cutting board or large plate. With a knife or clean scissors, cut tortilla into four quarters. 4. Place 1 lettuce leaf on each tortilla quarter, trimming leaf so it doesn’t hang over edge of torilla. 5. Place 1/4 of chicken mixture in the middle of each lettuce leaf. 6. Roll tortillas up into a cone, with the two straight edges coming together and the curved edge creaging the opening of the cone. Eat like a sandwich. 7. Refrigerate leftovers within 2 hours.

Be a Food Hero - With Food Hero, you will be able to budget for, plan, and create countless healthy, super tasty meals. Food Hero will become your family’s ‘go to’ site for everything food.  Within Food Hero live healthy and tasty recipes, meal ideas, budgeting, shopping and many more cooking tips and tools, plus ways to connect with other Food Heroes. Food Hero is an initiative of the Oregon Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed), which was developed by Oregon State University Extension Service and funded jointly by OSU Extension Service, Oregon Department of Human Services, and the United States Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Service.


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Spring/Summer 2014 Oregon City Around Town  
Spring/Summer 2014 Oregon City Around Town  

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