Generally meets the fourth Monday of each month
at 7 pm at the Highlands Club House,
12930 SW Peachvale, King City, OR 97224.
• Development Update
• Stormwater Response from City of Tigard
Washington County staff will provide information on two upcoming levies, a replacement of the local option levy to support countywide library services and the renewal of a local option levy for countywide public safety services.
The store formerly known as the Lil’ Brick Deli on 99W will soon become a marijuana dispensary. King City Chief of Police Chuck Fessler and Washington County Department of Land Use & Transportation staff will discuss the regulations and codes for the site.
Update on a potential ballot measure on term limits in Washington County.
8:30 pm / Adjournment
CPO 4K Steering Committee
Consider joining the CPO 4K Executive Committee. The Committee works together to develop programs for monthly meetings. These positions typically require a few hours a year outside of the regular membership meeting. If you are interested, contact Kathy Stallkamp at 503-639-3274 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Hearing - August 18
Ordinance No. 800 / Amendments to County Community Development Code
***One of the amendments addresses the issue of written testimony by email.
board of Commissioners hearing will be held at10 am at the Charles D. Cameron Public Services Building, 155 N First Ave., Hillsboro.
COUNTY ORDINANCES PAGE
Public Hearing - October 1
Annexation to Metro District Boundary in River Terrace Area
12 parcels located at SW Roy Rogers Road and SW Scholls Ferry Road for the purpose of urbanization. Hearing will be held at 2 pm in the Council Chambers in the Metro Regional Services Building, 600 NE Grand Ave., Portland. NOTICE
None at this time.
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Members at Large
Chuck Fessler, Kay Gooding, Mike Meyer, Jack Miller
Kathy Stallkamp, Chair
17635 131st Ave., Tigard, OR 97224
CPO Program Coordinator
Beth St. Amand
155 N First Ave., Suite 200 MS48, Hillsboro, OR 97124
Crime Prevention Specialist
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Washington County Sheriff’s Office’s next Community Public Safety Academy begins March 17th and ends on June 2nd. Participants in the free, 55-hour training will learn about police equipment, the County Jail, and tour criminal justice facilities. Topics include crime scene investigations, patrol, K-9 teams, tactical operations, and more. Classes are held every Tuesday 6 - 9:30 pm, with two weekend classes. Participants must be at least 18 years old and live in Washington County. For more information, call Darlene Schnoor at 503-846-2774 or email her at email@example.com.
register now for this workshop to find out what soil is made of, how to test your own soil sample, and how to amend your soil for the heartiest plants and tastiest food.
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.
Construction continues on OR 99W from Fischer to Durham Road. Once complete, traffic in the area should see a reduction in crashes and all road users will have a safer environment.
The Draft Staff Recommendation was recently published and open for review by the public. It contains information about the potential High Capacity Transit station areas and multimodal projects currently under consideration in the Refinement Phase.
Upcoming Washington County Public Affairs Forum Events
Schedule to come.