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  • Apr 28 2017
    The 2017-2019 City of Sandy Special Service Contract Program (SSCP) application period is open from now until June 16th, 2017. This program is open to all non-profit organizations that can present a proposal to help the City Council achieve its stated goals, identified community needs, or provide a public benefit for the next budget period. The City of Sandy accepts applications for the SSCP in May and June of odd-numbered years. If your non-profit organization would like to apply for f... details
  • Apr 27 2017
    Attention Sandy residents! The City of Sandy Parks Board has a vacancy. We need your help. The City of Sandy is proud of its stellar parks system. Facilities range from the 1.75-mile Tickle Creek Trail, to neighborhood playgrounds to the 127-acre Sandy River Park. The system is guided by a seven-person Parks Board and two advisors from the Sandy City Council. It is a working volunteer board supporting planning efforts for and advocacy of the local park system as well as pitching in on par... details
  • Apr 18 2017
    Want a challenge? Join with friends and family to run, jump, climb, and crawl your way to the finish line of this 5K race packed full of fun and challenging obstacles. May 7th - 9:00am-4:00pm - Liepold Farms For more information call Carol Cohen at 503-668-5569 or email REGISTER at (search for Running Dirty) ... details
  • Apr 11 2017
    The City of Sandy is working with North Star Destination Strategies to determine how best to communicate what makes our community special to visitors, residents, and businesses in 2017 and beyond. As a part of this initiative, North Star has developed a customized community-wide online survey. The questionnaire has been carefully crafted to determine Sandy s strengths, weaknesses, challenges, and opportunities. All who live or work in Sandy are invited and encouraged to participate in t... details
  • Mar 27 2017
    The Planning Building and Public Works Departments at City Hall will be closed on the following dates for training for the successful launch of our new Energov software. -- Friday, March 31st: 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM -- Friday, April 14th: 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM -- Tuesday, June 6th: 8:00 AM to 12:00 noon If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at (503) 489-2160 (Planning Department), (503) 668-0880 (Building Department) or email us at Note: Utility ... details
  • Mar 21 2017
    The City of Sandy Council approved the UGB Expansion proposal on February 6, 2017. The Clackamas County Board of Commissioners then approved the UGB Expansion proposal on March 15, 2017. Staff is now working on the required documentation to send to DLCD for state acknowledgment. We are hopeful of state acknowledgement in late spring / early summer 2017. Click here for the project website. ... details
  • Mar 31 2015
    Potential Sandy Pool and Recreation Campus Project Currently the City of Sandy and the Oregon Trail School District are working on a potential plan to continue operations of the Olin Bignall Aquatic Center. Naturally, questions will arise as this possibility is explored further. Below is an informational flier put together by the City and the School District that describes the potential project and hopefully answers most questions. Feel free to use the contacts listed at the bottom of the ... details