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Milwaukie Riverfront Park

Marking another major leap in realizing the long-term goal of reclaiming one of the most beautiful views of the Willamette River and building a park to draw people from around the region to enjoy it, construction of Phase II of Milwaukie Riverfront Park began in June 2014. A Grand Opening Ceremony was held on May 1, 2015.

Please click here for a schematic describing Phase II work.


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Free Public Cell Phone Recycling

The City of Milwaukie has been recycling its old cell phones and other electronics for many year and now members of the public can do their part too. Cell phone recycling collection boxes have been setup at the Library, City Hall and Public Works and anyone can bring in their cell phones, batteries and charges to these drop off spots. This is a free service to the public with the City's partnership with The Wireless Alliance, and you can be sure that the equipment will be responsibly re-used or recycled.

Ball Michel Park Dedication
Milwaukie Parks

The City of Milwaukie is a part of the North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District (NCPRD) and all City parks are operated and maintained by NCPRD under an intergovernmental agreement.

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Garbage and Recycling

Garbage, recycling and yard debris collection services in the City of Milwaukie are provided by seven franchised garbage companies.

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Klein Point, Phase I of Milwaukie Riverfront Park complete

The construction of Phase I of Milwaukie Riverfront Park was completed in the fall of 2012 2012 using grant funds from Metro, with consturction of the Klein Point overlook.

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Sustainability Resources in Milwaukie

Welcome to Sustainability Resources in Milwaukie! Explore this site for tips on living greener and to learn more about sustainability resources and efforts in Milwaukie. 

Video describes future construction of Milwaukie Riverfront Park

Major construction will take place at Milwaukie Riverfront Park in the summer of 2014. Here Parks & Sustainability Director JoAnn Herrigel provides the Milwaukie Rotary an update on the park's progress, and the steps that lie ahead for its full completion.

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Take a self-guided tour to learn about Downtown Milwaukie's significant trees

This summer an arborist provided residents a free tour pointing out Downtown Milwaukie's most significant trees.


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