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The Hamlet of Beavercreek

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All meetings of The Hamlet of Beavercreek are open to the public. Community and Town Hall meetings are held in-person at the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District building, 22055 S Beavercreek Road, as well as interactively on Zoom. To participate using Zoom for any meeting you must register with Zoom to receive an on-line link to the meeting by email.

The Hamlet of Beavercreek is a community group organized by the citizens of Beavercreek and Carus, recognized by Clackamas County, that aims to enhance the livability, sustainability, and functioning of our community, and to direct community planning to preserve the rural character of our area.

There is no cost to join—we simply invite you to attend our meetings and monitor this website to stay updated and involved. Check the Blog for COVID-19 updates, meeting notices, and Land Use applications.

Community Events

Events by The Hamlet of Beavercreek and other community organizations are posted here. Please email for consideration.

Village at the Falls

The Village at the Falls, who spoke at the May Community Meeting, are having a Garden Tour. Click the image to go to their website for more information.

What is going on with the Carus Historic White Schoolhouse? Here’s an update.

The Friends of the Carus Historic White Schoolhouse Committee has been working nonstop to accomplish the following:

So, where is the schoolhouse going? Great question!

Cindy Lou Evans with Evans Farms has graciously offered to purchase the schoolhouse and provide a future home next to the Evans’ historic barn just off Mueller Road (a mere one-half mile from the schoolhouse’s original location). The goal is to offer this historic building to The Hamlet of Beavercreek community as a center to meet, enjoy theater, hold classes, sell local products, celebrate, and enjoy community.

Once permits are secured and moving and set up plans are in place, additional details will be provided. We look forward to continuing the story of this 1926 schoolhouse that has served our community for nearly 100 years! Please stay tuned for additional information and requests for support.

The Friends of the Carus Historic White Schoolhouse

If you have questions, concerns, etc., please call 503.939.3552

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