The City of Milwaukie has launched www.milwaukiebond.com to provide citizens information about the bond measure that will appear on ballots for the May 20, 2014 election. Visit and "read all about it!"
Launching the City's new video series, "City of Milwaukie By the Numbers," Jere Sonne, lead worker in the Stormwater Division, takes viewers around town breaking down this important piece of infrastructure that manages and protects our drinking supply and the water quality of our streams and the Willamette River.
Bringing a combined 39 years of experience with the Milwaukie Police Department to their new roles, Mark Dye was sworn in as Captain, and Luke Strait was sworn in as Sergeant at a special ceremony on April 14, 2014 at the Milwaukie Public Safety Building. Dye and Strait were recognized at the April 15, 2014 City Council meeting in City Hall.
The April edition of The Milwaukie Pilot is now available online! Click here to read the latest about the upcoming Earth-Day event, the City's new website for the bond measure, and the Dine Out Donation Tuesdays promotion that helps fund Rowe Middle School's "End School-Time Hunger Program."
The goal of the Moving Forward Milwaukie project is remove barriers and encourage appropriate development in Milwaukie's commercial areas. A healthy community needs thriving and vibrant commercial districts. Building on the insights of several past studies, Moving Forward Milwaukie will implement strategies that strengthen and revitalize Milwaukie’s most important commercial hubs.