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To honor those who have made significant contributions to our community, City Council established a citizen appreciation program in 2012. Council selected Ed Zumwalt as the recipient of the first Volunteer of the Year Award, and aptly named the award after Mr. Zumwalt. Dion Sheppard received the award in 2013.

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  • City of Milwaukie Oregon Official Website

    The City of Milwaukie provides a sandbag site for Milwaukie citizens and businesses during the flood season.

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    Community members are invited to the second round of upcoming visioning meetings in November to take a look and discuss how input gathered at the first round of meetings informed design modifications and the current concepts of four new Milwaukie Neighborhood parks.

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    View and provide comment on the preliminary design for the SE 17th Avenue Multi-Use Path on Mon., Oct. 27th, 2014 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Conference Room of City Hall.

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    Milwaukie residents can help prevent the clogging of storm drains, which helps prevent local flooding and preserves water quality, by dumping  off all of their leaves at the City’s Johnson Creek Facility, located at 6101 SE JCB, on Nov. 1st, 15th, 22nd and Dec. 6th and 13th., from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.
    A drop box will be available for  paper-bagged leaves, and another for plastic-bagged or loose leaves. Residents must bring a copy of a City Utility Bill to participate and are encouraged to bring canned food that will be donated to a food bank.

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    Mark your calendar for the first Monroe Street Neighborhood Greenway Concept Plan workshop, on Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2014, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Public Safety Building (3200 SE Harrison St).

    Monroe Street is an important east-west route across Milwaukie, connecting several Neighborhoods and Downtown Milwaukie. It is identified in the City’s Transportation System Plan (TSP) as a potential "Neighborhood Greenway."