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Grants, program funding and an opportunity to learn about the intriguingly named 'Boeckman Dip'

Submit grant proposals to the City

The Wilsonville Parks and Recreation Department is accepting applications for the Community Tourism Grant Program and the Community Opportunity Grant Program. The Community Tourism Grant Program offers $25,000 to organizations that promote local business and tourism and the deadline for submission is Friday, Feb. 2. The Community Opportunity Grant Program awards funding for a wide range of local programs and the deadline for submission is Friday, March 2. For more information, visit WilsonvilleParksandRec.com/GrantProgram or contact Program Manager Brian Stevenson at 503-570-1523 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The public also has until Jan. 31 to submit suggestions for the Wilsonville-Metro Community Enhancement Program, which offers funding to projects that enhance the local community through a wide range of methods benefiting areas such as the environment, nonprofit resources, public safety and underserved populations. For more information, contact Angela Handran, Assistant to the City Manager, at 503-570-1503; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

City extends Boones Ferry feedback

The Wilsonville Parks and Recreation Department has extended its period for public feedback regarding the master planning process for Boones Ferry Park to Monday, Jan. 15.

Those interested can visit the department's website at Wilsonvilleparksandrec.com/boonesferry. The project is designed to expand the 7-acre park to include underdeveloped land between the train track and Boones Ferry Road and a 4-acre parcel the city purchased in 2015. The city is considering three concepts for expansion.

City to host urban renewal open house

The City of Wilsonville's Urban Renewal Agency will present a proposed Urban Renewal Plan amendment that would increase the plan's maximum indebtedness by $14.5 million in order to finance the construction of the Boeckman Dip Bridge at an urban renewal open house from 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 17. The Boeckman Dip Bridge would be located on Boeckman Road just east of Canyon Creek Road and the city hopes the project would increase safety, improve transportation facilities and add an important connection in the Frog Pond area.

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