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All meetings of The Hamlet of Beavercreek are open to the public. Board meetings are held via Zoom. Community and Town Hall meetings are held in-person at the Beavercreek Grange, 22041 S Kamrath 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.

Board Meeting via Zoom, September 21, 2023:

Community Meeting September 27, 2023:


The Hamlet of Beavercreek

Board Positions

The Board of The Hamlet of Beavercreek are elected to three year terms and four of those Directors terms expire this year. The current Directors have indicated that they will run again, but others are welcome to apply. Since Board members are agents of the County, to run for the Board one must fill out the County’s application form. Applications must be received by the County by September 27 for voting to occur at the October Town Hall Meeting, October 25, 2023.

Click the image to download The Hamlet of Beavercreek Board Application

A recording of The Hamlet of Beavercreek Community August Meeting can be viewed here:
Passcode: OV0DH*is

The presentation by Heather Nielsen, Registered Geologist and Waste Water Specialist, can be viewed by clicking the image above. It includes information about septic systems, and grants and loans available through the Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District.

The presentation by Bill Merchant, Vice Chair, on METRO regional transportation projects which may affect The Hamlet of Beavercreek can be viewed by clicking on the image above.

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.

What is going on with the Carus Historic White Schoolhouse? Here’s an update:
The moving school house has landed …

The trek across the fields was successful and the building is now located on Evans Farm off S Mueller Road. The linked article from The Canby Herald newspaper has more details.

The final piece of saving the White Building is fundraising. The Friends report they have secured $75,000 in donations, which covers half the cost of moving the building. As Chris Ritter, President of the Friends nonprofit, said, “So many in the community have already generously donated, and we are hopeful that as more people learn about the work we’re doing, they too will pitch in to save this local landmark and be part of the efforts to turn the schoolhouse into a community space for all to enjoy!”

To learn more, make a tax-deductible donation, or volunteer services, donors and members of the community are asked to go to

The Friends of the Carus Historic White Schoolhouse

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

Beavercreek Cares

Wildfire Resource Links

Up to date wildfire information:

Clackamas County Shelter info:

Evacuation maps:

Public Alert sign-up:

PGE How to Prepare for a PSPS:

Heat safety and preparedness in multiple languages:

Natural Hazards Survey

Help Clackamas County better prepare for natural hazards by taking a short survey. On June first, well before the usual fire season, Beaverceek had a wildfire. Being early and not too dry, the wildfire was contained, but evacuation orders were still prepared and issued.

Take part in the survey for the 2024 Multi-Jurisdictional Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan Update and help create a more resilient community. Please click the link below for a five-minute survey.

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