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Temporary action effective immediately through at least April 6;can phone for infomation

Clackamas County on March 18 temporarily closed many of its buildings to public access through at least April 6, according to a press release.

The Board of County Commissioners took the action to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and best protect the health of county employees and the public. However, the county remains open for business to the best extent possible. Many of these services remain virtually open to the public as much as possible.

Courts and law enforcement remain open on a limited basis. Many county employees are teleworking from home. Many departments and public facing services are operating virtually, and staff will be available by phone during normal business hours. Residents are encouraged to check the county's alert page for ongoing updates at www.clackamas.us/alert

The following list shows how county departments and divisions can be reached:

>Assessment and taxation—503-655-8671

>Business and Community services—all open virtually

BCS Administration—503-742-4344

County Parks—503-742-4414

Economic Development—503-742-4BIZ

County Fair & Event Center—503-266-1136

Library Network—503-723-4888

N. Clackamas Parks and Rec—503-742-4348

Property Resources—503-742-4384

>County Administration—503-655-8570

>County Clerk—503-655-8510

>C-COM/911—call 911 for emergencies

>Disaster Management—503-655-8378

>District Attorney (State Courts remain open, operating normally) 503-655-8431

> Health, Housing and Human Services

All Health Clinics/Center remain open

All other H3S Divisions—check for division contacts

>Human Resources divisions

Recruitment—503-655-8459

Benefits—503-655-8550

Leave Administration—503-655-8550

Workers Compensation—503-655-8751

>Juvenile—503-655-8342

>Law Library—503-869-7428

>Public, Government Affairs—503-655-8751

>Tim Heider, Coronavirus PIO—971-219-7271

>Dylan Blaylock, acting PIO for all other medical issues—503-278-6841

Resolution Services—503-655-8415

Sheriff's Office—all law enforcement remains open

Family Justice Center—503-655-8600, M-TH—8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Friday 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. or after hours, contact Clackamas Women's Services—503-654-2288

Public Safety Center—closed to the public—for questions regarding concealed handgun licensing call 503-794-8059

>Transition Center—closed

>Technology Services—GIS Storefront—closed

>Tourism, Cultural Affairs—971-334-9479

>Transportation and Development

Main Number—503-742-4400

Building Codes—503-742-4240

Code Enforcement—503-742-4452

Development Agency—503-742-4322

Dog Services—503-655-8628

Fleet Services—50d-650-3300

Garbage, recycling—503-557-6363

Motor Carrier Safety—503-742-4771

Planning and Zoning—503-742-4500

Septic, Onsite Wastewater—503-742-4740

Street Lighting District—503-742-4691

Surveyor—503-655-4475

Sustainability—503-557-6363

Transportation Engineering—503-742-4691

Transportation Maintenance—503-557-6391

Treasurer—503-742-5990

Water Environment Services—503-742-4567


Carol Rosen
Reporter
503-263-7505
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