On this episode of Gresham on the Go, we whisk you away to see progress on the Downtown Rockwood development and chat with Mayor Stovall and Councilors about Women's History Month and who inspires them. Watch Gresham on the Go.
Wy'East Way sign project
Where do you think signs should be placed along Wy’East Way? Share your key locations along the 2-mile walking and bike path that runs along the MAX light rail line from Ruby Junction in Rockwood to Cleveland Station.
The City’s street sweeper is headed your way. Help keep your neighborhood street clear for a clean sweep by keeping garbage cans, basketball hoops, campers, boats, etc. off the street when it’s scheduled.
Volunteer to make a difference. If you have a desire to help shape the future of Gresham, here’s your opportunity. We’re recruiting for several Council Advisory Committees, including the Gresham Art Committee, Historic Resources Subcommittee and Gresham Redevelopment Commission.Learn more.
Video: How I launched my public service career
Seasonal jobs open
We’re hiring for 28 seasonal public works positions (parks, water, etc.) This is temporary work for those who enjoy using their hands and being outdoors. Earn good pay for hard work that makes a difference. Apply by March 19.
Solar within reach
Residents and businesses: Join us virtually on March 31 for a green coffee hour. Learn how anyone with an electricity bill in Gresham can help expand clean energy infrastructure and tips for saving money on your monthly bill.
We’re reviewing Gresham’s housing needs for the next 20 years. In April, we'll have a couple ways for you to participate — a virtual open house April 8 and an online survey. We’ll remind you; sign up for project updates.
Artists, don't miss out
Are you a phenomenal photographer? A prolific potter? A wonderful weaver? We're looking for talented artists to show and sell at the 2021 Gresham Arts Festival on Saturday, July 17.Apply by April 9.
Backyard Habitat program
Attract bees and birds to your backyard with our Backyard Habitat Certification. The first 35 Gresham and Fairview residents who enroll receive their choice of a mason bee house, chickadee, or flicker house for their outdoor spaces. Learn more.
Student video contest
Our partner, The River Starts Here, has a spring break project for middle and high school students. Make a 25 or 55-second video about protecting clean water and you could win $500! Let your creativity flow.Contest details.