Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.



Poor air quality prompted continued closures, which will remain in place until conditions have 'significantly' improved.

While Wilsonville is no longer under any evacuation orders from Clackamas County due to the wildfires, poor air quality prompted the city to keep all of its facilities closed through Tuesday, Sept. 15.

Buildings will remain closed "until air quality levels significantly improve," Communications and Marketing Manager Bill Evans said in a press release Monday, Sept. 14.

The city also announced several cancellations, including:

— Tonight's Development Review Board (Panel A) meeting

— Tuesday night's proceedings at the municipal court

— An Urban Forest Management Plan virtual open house scheduled for Tuesday night

SMART Transit is still operating all routes on schedule, according to the city.

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