Public safety

Rockwood Public Safety Facility Grand Opening: Thu Nov 21, 2013 11AM-12PM

11/21/2013 - 11:00am
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Rockwood Public Safety Facility Grand Opening: Thu Nov 21, 2013 11AM-12PM. 675 NE 181st Av, Gresham Oregon. Celebrating A Commitment To Community Safety. Info here!

Grand Opening!

When: Thu Nv 21, 2013 11AM-12PM
Where: Rockwood Public Safety Bldg
675 NE 181st Av
Gresham OR
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You're Invited!
The Gresham Redevelopment Commission and Gresham Poice Department invite you to attend the grand opening of the Rockwood Public Safety Facility, Thu Nov 21, 2013 11AM.

Parking is available on site and just north of the site on NE Oregon St. Mayor Shane Bemis, Police Chief Craig Junginger and other dignitaries look forward to seeing you there!

Invest in Gresham, Attend Town Hall #2 on the Proposed Utility Levy, Butler Creek Elementary: Oct 03, 2013 6:30PM

10/03/2013 - 6:30pm
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Public Invited Town Hall Meeting

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When: Thu Oct 03, 2013 6:30-7:30PM
Where: Butler Creek Elementary School
2789 SW Butler Rd
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The City is hosting a series of town hall meetings this fall to continue its Invest in Gresham discussion with the community about funding critical police and fire services, including the possibility of a voter-approved levy in May 2014.

Because of Oregon’s statewide property tax restrictions and Gresham’s low $3.61 permanent property tax rate, the City is at a defining moment in its ability to provide the level of essential police and fire services this rapidly growing, urban city needs.

Last fall the Gresham City Council established a temporary fee as an interim solution to maintain police, fire and park service levels through June 2014. With expiration of that $7.50-per month fee less than a year away, the process of a potential levy to stabilize funding for public safety long term starts now.

Invest in Gresham, Attend Town Hall #3 on the Proposed Utility Levy, Metro East Community Media: Oct 10, 2013 6:30PM

10/10/2013 - 6:30pm
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Public Invited Town Hall Meeting

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When: Thu Oct 10, 2013 6:30-7:30PM
Where: Metro East Community Media
829 NE Eighth St
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Limited seating is available at this meeting. RSVP at 503-618-2247.

The City is hosting a series of town hall meetings this fall to continue its Invest in Gresham discussion with the community about funding critical police and fire services, including the possibility of a voter-approved levy in May 2014.

Because of Oregon’s statewide property tax restrictions and Gresham’s low $3.61 permanent property tax rate, the City is at a defining moment in its ability to provide the level of essential police and fire services this rapidly growing, urban city needs.

Last fall the Gresham City Council established a temporary fee as an interim solution to maintain police, fire and park service levels through June 2014. With expiration of that $7.50-per month fee less than a year away, the process of a potential levy to stabilize funding for public safety long term starts now.

Wilkes East Neighborhood offers Transportation Policy to improved traffic and pedestriation safety in our area

The WENA board has created a draft transportation policy for consideration by its members. The policy addresses our local transportation needs as well as regional needs that impact our neighborhood. Click to download!

The Wilkes East Neighborhood board has created a draft transportation policy for consideration by its members. The policy addresses our local transportation needs as well as regional needs that impact our neighborhood. Read more

Questions, comments or to get involved contact info@wilkeseastna.org.

Rockwood Public Safety Facility Groundbreaking Ceremony: Mar 07, 2013 11AM-12PM

03/07/2013 - 11:00am
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Rockwood Public Safety Facility Groundbreaking Ceremony: Mar 07, 2013 11AM-12PM. Info here!

Public Welcome

When: Thu Mar 07, 2013 11AM-12PM
Where: Rockwood Public Safety Facility site
675 NE 181st Av
Greaham OR
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You're Invited!
Join Mayor Bemis and Police Chief Craig Junginger on Thursday, March 7, from 11AM to noon at 675 NE 181st Ave to celebrate the beginning of construction of the Rockwood Public Safety Facility.

Read more about the Rockwood Public Safety Facility here.

Got Radon? The only way to know your home’s Radon level is to test

Got Radon? You can't see, smell or taste it - but it's there. The only way to know your home’s Radon level is to test. Info here!

Radon. An Invisible Danger.

Radon gas occurs naturally. It is present in nearly all soil and rock. You can't see, smell or taste it - but it's there.

Radon forms when uranium breaks down to radium, which in turn breaks down to form radon. As radon decays, it releases radioactive byproducts that are inhaled.

Health Impact
Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking -- and the number one reason why non-smokers die of lung cancer. It's estimated to be responsible for over 21,000 deaths annually in the United States.

Is Their Radon In Your Home
Radon enters a home through cracks in walls, basement floors, foundations and other openings. Once inside, radon can become trapped and build up to unsafe levels, especially in areas below ground-level. Nationwide it's estimated that 1 in every 15 homes has elevated radon levels. In the Portland / Vancouver area (map) that number can skyrocket to 1 in 4 homes.

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