Local Resources

There are many resources available to Beavercreek residents, at the local, County, State, and national level. Some needs are transient, like the fires last year, some are long lasting, like the after affects of the fires last year. Some are immediate, like there’s no food. Some are longterm, like healthcare and maintaining sanity through the Covid restrictions.

Most short-term or immediate resources are announced in our blog. This page is meant to be a longer term reference list. If you have something to add or amend, email web@beavercreek.org.

211

If you’re in need, even if you can’t quite say what your need is, call 211. 211 connects you to expert, caring help. Every call is completely confidential. You could think of 211 as a kind of switchboard. Tell them what your problem is and they’ll connect you to people who can help. You can also call 503-222-5555.

If texting is your thing, text your zip code to 898-211

If you’d rather do things online, visit 211.org.

Information

  • Outdoor burning – typically March 1 to June 15, and October 1 to December 15. However, you should always call 503-632-0211 or check the Clackamas Fire Burn Status before you burn, as the dates may fluctuate based on current conditions.
  • Local geography – check to see if your property is in a landslide zone, see geology, minerals, and more using DOGAMI interactive maps.
  • See Clackamas Maps to learn about your property, zoning, schools, utilities and districts, voting, parks, and more.

Public Safety

Utilities & Districts

Citizen Assistance

  • Clackamas County – get info about local services and/or sign up for their email list for timely updates.
  • OregonHelps – by answering some questions anonymously, programs for which you may be eligible are listed
  • Clackamas County Code Enforcement – they detect, investigate, resolve and enforce violations of statutes or ordinances related to public health, safety and welfare, business activities, building standards, land-use and neighborhood livability.
  • Clackamas County Senior Services – programs to help you and your family such as transportation and in-home care.
    • Transportation Reaching People: (503) 655-8208

Online Groups

Local Service/Volunteer Groups

Agriculture

Government

Transportation

  • Reporting road concerns:
    • City road – call the respective city.
    • County road – Clackamas County website. For hazardous concerns, call 503-557-6391 (Transportation Maintenance) or 503-655-8211 (Sheriff’s Office).
    • State road – ODOT website or call 1-888-ASK-ODOT.

Emergency Preparedness