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CPO1 General Meetings

CPO 1 meets on the first Tuesday
of each month at 7 pm at
Leedy Grange Hall in the Dining Hall Area
835 NW Saltzman Rd.
 

All CPO meetings are open to the public.

   


    
CPO 1 Meeting
Tuesday, July 7, 7 pm

AGENDA

Note: CPO 1 will not hold a meeting in August. National Night Out is on August 4th.

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7:00 pm

Welcome, CPO Announcements, Discussion, Community Announcements

 

7:30 pm

Earthquake Preparedness: Are YOU ready?

Is a large earthquake in the Pacific Northwest inevitable? Newly assembled research shows that the Pacific Northwest is about 70 years overdue for an 8.5 or larger earthquake. Be prepared! First responders such as the police, firefighters, and other agencies, if they are able, will need to attend first to the greatest needs.

  • A speaker from Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue will share what you can do in your own household now and immediately after an earthquake.
  • American Red Cross representatives will present their Prepare! presentation, which is part of a preparedness education campaign that focuses on the three main principles of disaster preparedness: Be Informed, Make a Plan, and Build a Kit. The presentation empowers audiences to take ownership of their personal preparedness, while emphasizing the importance of building community resilience through personal and family preparedness.

 

8:30 pm

Discussion: Ideas for Small-Scale Road Improvements in CPO 1

What small-scale road improvements do you think our CPO 1 community needs? Washington County’s Department of Land Use & Transportation is inviting the public to propose candidates for small-scale improvements. Candidates must address a safety or connectivity issue on a county road. We’ll take a look at some potential candidates. Proposals are due July 15.

 


         

Land Use

Neighborhood Meetings

Neighborhood Meeting - June 24
8-Lot Subdivision at 10730 NW McDaniel Road

Meeting will be held at 6:30 pm at the TVF&R Station 60 Community Room, 8585 NW Johnson St., Portland.
NOTICE

Neighborhood Meeting - July 15
11-Lot Subdivision at 1730 NW 102nd Avenue

Meeting will be held at 6:30 pm at the TVF&R Station 60 Community Room, 8585 NW Johnson St., Portland.
NOTICE

Neighborhood Meeting - July 24
Nozdrin 3-Lot Subdivision at 100 SW Meadow Drive

Meeting will be held at 6 pm on the site.
NOTICE

 


 

Cooling Centers

THPRD Provides Facilities for Escaping the Dangerous Heat

As a public service in response to forecasts of continuing hot temperatures this week, the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District will offer six of its Beaverton-area facilities as cooling centers starting July 1st through July 5th.

For families and individuals who have no escape from the heat, THPRD welcomes them at the following locations:

  • Cedar Hills Recreation Center, 11640 SW Park Way, Portland, 503-629-6340. Hours: 5:30 am-9:30 pm Wed.Thu., 8 am-4 pm on Fri., noon-6 pm on Sat., and 10 am-4 pm on Sun..
  • Conestoga Recreation & Aquatic Center, 9985 SW 125th Avenue, Beaverton, 503-629-6313. Hours: 5:30 am-9:30 pm Wed.-Thu., 5:30 am-8:30 pm on Fri., 8 am-6 pm on Sat., and 9 am-6 pm on Sun.
  • Elsie Stuhr Center, 5550 SW Hall Blvd, Beaverton, 503-629-6342. Hours: 7:30 am-5 pm Wed., 7:30 am-9 pm Thu., 9 am-5 pm Fri.-Sat. (closed Sun.).
  • Garden Home Recreation Center, 7475 SW Oleson Road, Portland, 503-629-6341. Hours: 5:30 am-10 pm Wed.-Thu., 5:30 am-8:30 pm on Fri., closed Sat., and 9 am-4 pm on Sun.
  • Tualatin Hills Athletic Center, 50 NW 158th, Beaverton, 503-629-6330. Hours: 6 am-10 pm Wed.-Fri., closed Sat., 10 am-10 pm on Sun.
  • Tualatin Hills Nature Center, 15655 SW Millikan Way, Beaverton, 503-629-6350. Hours: 8:30 am-5 pm Wed.- Thu., 10 am-4 pm Fri.-Sat., 9 am-5 pm on Sun.

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Volunteer/Involvement Opportunities

Washington County Commissioner District Boundary Redraw Proposals Online Open House

 

Upcoming Events

Cedar Mill News

 

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Willamette Water Supply - Tualatin Valley Water District/City of Hillsboro

Washington County Land Use Development Applications - Online Look-Up Tools

 

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CPO 1 Newsletter

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Weekly Land Use & Transportation Email Update

 

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CPO 1 Leadership

Steering Committee

Chair, CCI Rep
Bruce Bartlett 

Vice Chair, CCI Alternate
Virginia Bruce 

Secretary
Colin Carver 

Member at Large
Lloyd Meyer


CPO 1 Contact

Bruce Bartlett, Chair
bonnyslopemayor@gmail.com

Virginia Bruce, Vice-Chair
vrb@teamweb.com

Ground mail for CPO 1:
PO Box 91061, Portland, OR 97291


Washington County CPO Program

CPO Program Coordinator
Beth St. Amand
503-821-1114
Beth.StAmand@oregonstate.edu
155 N First Ave., Suite 200 MS48, Hillsboro, OR 97124


Sheriff's Office Contact

Crime Prevention Specialist
Doreen Rivera
doreen_rivera@co.washington.or.us
503-846-5930


Your Commissioner

Greg Malinowski
District 2
Email Commissioner Malinowski
About the Commissioner

Andy Duyck
Chairman
Email Chairman Duyck
About the Chairman


 

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Newsletters 2015

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Meetings 2015

Meeting Notice with Agenda 7-7-15

Agenda 5-5-15

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CPO 1 Hot Topics


UPCOMING OPPORTUNITIES
For Community Review and Input

Schedule:

  • Early 2015
    Open House on the Draft Area 93 Community Plan
    Preparation of Community Plan Text and Maps
  • Spring through Fall 2015
    Ordinance Hearings for the Area 93 Draft Community Plan

The goal remains adoption of the Community Plan in the fall of 2015.

 

Get Engaged / Stay Informed:

  • Submit Comments Online
    Submit comments about Area 93 community planning to the project team staff at any time, by sending an email to lutplan@co.washington.or.us or ONLINE.
  • Sign Up for Email Updates
    Sign up for e-Subscriptions to receive emailed updates about Area 93 community planning (under the Land Use & Transportation heading, click on the text box to the left of Area 93 and enter your email address at the bottom of the page).

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Planning Committee Members Needed for CPO Event

Do you have an interest in disaster preparedness and resilience planning for your community? The CPO Program will be sponsoring a community event on this topic, and it will be led by CPO volunteers. The committee is now forming and will meet soon. To volunteer, please contact CPO Program Coordinator Beth St. Amand at beth.stamand@oregonstate.edu or 503-821-1114.  

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Vacancies to Fill on County Boards and Commissions

Positions are open until filled.

Boards, committees and commissions advise the Board of Commissioners on matters of interest to people who live and work in Washington County. Serving on an appointed board or commission is a great way to participate in the decision making process and to learn more about how government works. 
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Volunteer positions now available:

Behavioral Health Council (11 vacancies)
Contact: Dawn Andresen, Health and Human Services / 503-846-4555

Developmental Disabilities Council (6 vacancies) 
Contact: Mary Lanxon, Developmental Disabilities Supervisor / 503-846-3128

Metzger Park Advisory Board (2 current vacancies)
Contact: Todd Winter, Parks Superintendent / 503-359-5732

 

Public Health Advisory Council (3 current vacancies)
Contact: Tricia Mortell, Public Health Division Manager / 503-846-4745

 

Help Make Oregon a Safer and Better Place to Bike

New Smartphone App
TTP Lab has developed a smartphone app to collect route, infrastructure, crash, and safety data for the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT). Data provided by the ORcycle app users will be utilized to produce maps displaying all reported locations with crashes, safety or infrastructure issues/problems. State, county, and city staff as well as app users will be able to access maps with crash and safety data gathered by ORcycle. 
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CCI Meetings

The Washington County Committee for Citizen Involvement (CCI) Meets Monthly
Each active CPO is represented on Washington County’s Committee for Citizen Involvement (CCI), which has a focus including, but not limited to, citizen involvement policy issues. Meetings are held at 7 pm on the third Tuesday of each month at the TVF&R Community Room, 20665 SW Blanton St., Aloha. More information at http://bit.ly/11J3Pu5. Open to the public.
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FHA's Resident's Guide for Creating Safer Communities for Walking and Biking

This publication, produced by the Federal Highway Administration, includes information and resources to help you learn about issues that affect walking and biking conditions and promote pedestrian and bicyclist safety.
GUIDE

 


 

Willamette Water Supply Program

The Willamette Water Supply Program is planning to develop an additional source of water from the mid-Willamette River at Wilsonville. This project will expand the Willamette River Water Treatment Plant and add pipelines and storage to serve communities in Washington County. Several pipeline route alternatives are being considered. Construction in most areas will not begin for several years.
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YOUR COMMUNITY

Tree for All Community Stream Plantings

Citizens from all over Washington County will join with local organizations to plan one million native trees and shrubs along the Tualatin River and its tributaries.

MORE EVENT INFO

Marijuana Education Forum - February 24, 6:30 pm

For Parents, Youth and Community Members 

Learn about the latest trends concerning marijuana use and how it affects our youth at this informative event. See confiscated supplies from our schools, how they are concealed, and a display of marijuana edibles. Spanish translation will be provided. At St. Anthony Parish Center, 12520 SW Grant St., Tigard. Presented by Tigard Turns the Tide Coalition, the Tigard-Tualatin School District, Girl Scouts of Oregon and SW Washington, and the Boy Scouts of America.

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Master Gardner Class: Be Waterwise with Irrigation - March 4

The OSU Washington County Master Gardener Association invites the public to a class by Loren Radford. Learn to install a simple drip irrigation system and how to make an existing irrigation system more efficient. To be held at 9:30 am at the Washington County Fairgrounds Demonstration Gardens, 882 NE 28th St., Hillsboro.

 

Severe Weather Shelter/Warming Centers

In times of freezing and inclement weather, severe weather shelters may activate in Washington County. For current Severe Winter Weather Shelter information, check the Current Severe Weather Shelter Activation List or contact 211 Info by dialing 2-1-1 from any landline phone or (503) 222-5555 from a cell phone, or visit 211 Info online.

 

 

 


 

Cedar Hills Park Expansion

The Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District has purchased about 1.7 acres from the Beaverton School District. The property on the west side of William Walker Elementary School at 11940 SW Lynnfield Lane is adjacent to the park and will be used to expand and improve the park. THPRD and school district leaders signed an intergovernmental agreement last year that addresses shared access, shared parking and other issues besides the property sale. THPRD’s plan includes two full-size, multipurpose, synthetic turf sports fields with lights; a splash pad water play area; play equipment; permanent restrooms; a picnic area; walking path; and a community garden. Redevelopment will be funded by THPRD’s 2008 voter-approved bond measure. Construction is tentatively scheduled to begin in early 2016 and finish by Spring 2017.

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Upcoming Washington County Public Affairs Forum Events
Schedule to come.