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News Release
City of Oregon City Continues Post-Storm Clean-up and Repair of River Access Trail - 01/20/22

In 2022 The City of Oregon City is continuing the extensive work in City parks to help clear away storm damage left behind from the February 2021 ice storm. 

Expect a contractor tree crew to clean up River Access Trail along the Clackamas River, near Clackamette Park, in January and February. Invasive species such as ivy, blackberry bushes, clematis and other plants will be removed. A licensed arborist will lead the work to help manage and care for the over 50 trees on this trail. 

Work to repair damaged trail path, create an ADA transition from the parking lot to the trail, and restriping the trail parking lot is expected in March and April 2022. 

This work is in partnership with Clackamas Water Environment Services Good Neighbor Agreement, which focuses on recreational improvements, habitat enhancement, and public education related to water treatment and management. 

For more information, contact Oregon City’s Parks and Recreation Department at 503-496-1201 or dconrad@orcity.org

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