The Hamlet of Beavercreek is open to all residents and business owners in our
. We hold
(PDF) to provide a forum where members may address a broad range of issues. Click to see the
upcoming meetings. Click on the
link on the left to see and contact members of the Hamlet. In addition, all of the Board members may be contacted through the box on the left. Click the
link to start or enter a discussion. Also, items to be discussed at meetings are found here in the
forum. Click the
link to answer survey questions about the Hamlet. Click
to download maps, bylaws, and other information.
This web site, easily accessed through
and hosted on Meetup.com at
, is designed to facilitate members of The Hamlet of Beavercreek in organizing to further the Hamlet's business. By joining this group you can be notified of upcoming meetings and community events. You can control how much information you receive and the site helps isolate you from spam.
We hold regularly scheduled monthly meetings on the fourth Wednesday of every month to provide a forum where members may address a broad range of issues. In addition, various
hold meetings from time to time.
Clackamas County wants your input on Transportation Planning
Clackamas County is looking for your feedback on potential transportation projects throughout unincorporated Clackamas County. Share your questions, concerns or comments about these projects. Which do you think are a priority and which do you think should be removed from the County’s Transportation System Plan? Click
to visit the Virtual Workshop now!
If you use OR 213 you should know about the construction at its north end. The Jughandle Project web site provides current updates.
The Hamlet is happy to announce the ability to report non-emergency issues and let the Board know about them, easily and quickly. Just go to
and stick a virtual pin in the map to pin-point the location and give a brief description of the problem. We'll get an email and can then try to get the problem fixed.
We were pleased to learn about a new resource for young farmers. With the average of farmers in Oregon being the oldest that it has ever been, at 57, a lot of agricultural land will change ownership in the near future. Many young farmers, who might live in the Hamlet, may need some help with farming resources. Now
is available to help.
(PDF) and a map of its
(PDF) are available for download from the
section. You can also link to an
interactive map of the Recognized Area
Items for upcoming meetings will be posted on the
There's an entry for the
Hamlet of Beavercreek
on Wikipedia. Another great source of information about Beavercreek is the
, a monthly newsletter published by the BCCP.
We are served by
Clackamas County Fire District 1
Beavercreek Station 10
The northern portion of the Hamlet may be served by
Clackamas River Water district
For specific information about your property, including service providers, visit the Clackamas County
Clackamas County's web site is
Traffic Safety Concern
For assistance with other needs, check
By answering some questions anonymously, programs for which you may be eligible are listed.
Information on Open Burning
March 1 to June 15 -- October 1 to December 15