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News Release
Kendall Reid hired as Oregon City Parks and Recreation Director (Photo) - 07/28/20


The City of Oregon City welcomes the new Parks and Recreation Director, Kendall Reid, to staff effectively July 28, 2020. With over 15 years of experience in parks and recreation, Reid has previously worked for Willamalane Park and Recreation District in Springfield, Oregon. He managed five departments including Recreation Programming, Aquatics, Community Engagement, Early Childhood and Youth Programming, and Special Events. He also managed five recreational facilities which included two pools, two community centers, and a miniature golf park. Prior to his work at Willamalane he was the Director of Operations at The Salvation Army in Salem, Oregon.


His mission as the Parks and Recreation Director for Oregon City is to demonstrate quality and excellence in every aspect of operation while advancing Oregon City’s reputation by providing exceptional services to its citizens and its visitors. Reid believes a strong team culture is a foundation for accomplishing the mission and understands that the people he leads will ultimately determine success or failure. He has a passion for fostering strong relationships with people and wants to help create life-changing experiences for the Oregon City community through parks, recreation, and community services.


Kendall graduated from Auburn University in 2000 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Health Promotion and a Master’s Degree in Education in 2004. He is a Certified Park and Recreation Professional through the National Recreation and Park Association.

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