Join us for this free event and learn more about the services provided by Clackamas County. Staff will answer questions and help you find information you may need.
Many county departments and services will be represented. There will bee free blood pressure checks and dental bag give-aways, information about disaster management, volunteer opportunities, weatherization services, pubic involvement in boards and commissions, plus activities including painting, coloring books, prizes and more.
With the disincorporation of Damascus last summer, there are now thousands of additional people living in unincorporated Clackamas County. Many who may not be aware of all of the services the county offers. To help spread the word, Clackamas County is holding a Services Fair and Ice Cream Social. The event is open to all county residents and will provide a great opportunity for everyone to learn about the services and programs the county provides.
The event will feature tables and exhibits that visitors can tour including one serving refreshments and ice cream. Some of the booths will feature:
- Centerstone’s Mental Health Crisis and Urgent Walk-in Services.
- What to do in a disaster.
- Weatherization services to help residents reduce heating and cooling costs.
- Full-service medical and dental facilities regardless of your ability to pay.
- Volunteer opportunities to help seniors, people with disabilities, and residents lacking resources and in need of social services.
- Public involvement in boards and commissions giving citizens the opportunity to influence the activities and goals of the county.
- Free blood pressure checks.
- Dental bag give-aways.
- Planning & zoning information, including marijuana business land use issues
- Traffic safety and road maintenance information
- Information on dog sheltering, adoption, education and training
- Tips on sustainability
- Code enforcement
- Water Environment Services will provide fun family-friendly activities—painting, coloring books, and prizes—to show how it protects the health of your family and the environment through wastewater treatment and watershed protection.
Please come learn about our programs and services, speak with our staff, share your ideas, and enjoy some refreshments. We hope you’ll join us!
For more information, contact Todd Loggan at 503-742-4562