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Closures include all city-owned buildings, park playgrounds, library and more

Guided by the recommendations of state and federal health officials, the City of Wilsonville has extended the public closure of all City facilities through at least April 30.

This decision extends public closures already in effect at City Hall, the Wilsonville Library, the Wilsonville Community Center, SMART Transit, the Parks & Recreation Admin. Building and all City-owned buildings and park shelters.

"We applaud the overwhelming majority of Wilsonville residents for putting their community first and recognizing the importance of social distancing," City Manager Bryan Cosgrove said. "I appreciate how quickly City staff has adjusted to remain responsive to community needs via phone and email."

To assist those experiencing financial insecurity, the City is making additional funds available to Wilsonville Community Sharing (WCS), the local non-profit and food bank. The funding is earmarked to allow WCS to help in-need individuals and families pay City utility bills.

WCS serves Wilsonville residents by providing a variety of resources, including utility assistance, prescription help, housing support and more. Visit to make a tax-deductible donation, or donate by mail, PO Box 205, Wilsonville, OR, 97070.

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