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The City of Milwaukie is seeking nominations until Feb. 24, 2017 for the 2016 Volunteer of the Year. City Council will select the recipient in March, in April the award will be presented at a City Council meeting and the winner will be recognized at a Volunteer Appreciation Dinner.

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  • City of Milwaukie Oregon Official Website

    Milwaukie's Visioning Process is hosting a Place It! event on Tue., Jan. 24 (6 - 7:30 p.m.) with urban designer James Rojas! Participants will build future Milwaukie using a variety of objects. All ages are welcome. Come meet and participate with your Planning Commissioners and Neighborhood District Association Leaders!

  • City of Milwaukie Oregon Official Website

    Clackamas County contracts with warming centers to open doors on nights when the National Weather Service predicts temperatures or other conditions make sleeping outdoors especially dangerous. Here is a list of six locations in Clackamas County.

  • Wichita Park Concept

    The City of Milwaukie, in partnership with North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District (NCPRD), received $265,000 in grant funding from the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) for improvements to Wichita Park.

  • City of Milwaukie Oregon Official Website

    Milwaukie uses the CodeRED Emergency Notification System, an ultra high-speed telephone communication service for emergency situations. This system allows the city to call specific areas, or everyone in Milwaukie, when immediate action is required. CodeRED can dial 50,000 phone numbers per hour, or about 1,000 numbers per minute. It then delivers a recorded message to a live person or an answering machine, making three attempts to connect to the registered number. 

  • City of Milwaukie Oregon Official Website
    Where is marijuana allowed in Milwaukie?

    In October, the city adopted a zoning ordinance (Ordinance #2134) to specify where marijuana retail stores can be located, as well as where it can be processed, stored, tested and grown. Following are current specifications: