My Gresham service requests anytime, anywhere. Fix a pothole, remove graffiti, report a broken streetlight and more.
Gresham’s development-ready commercial centers are connected by new infrastructure, amenities and opportunity.
Use the City’s services directory to easily find the information you need.
Come build the future with us. Explore a career in public service during CityFest on Saturday, May 13.
We’re looking for talented artisans to participate on July 15. Apply now for jury consideration. Space is limited per medium.
Learn how to host a block party in your yard, a neighbor's yard or in a City park.
We have tips on organizing a block party event, including how to close down your neighborhood street.
Read more about holding a
block party in Gresham.
The City's Planner on Duty can:
Call 503-618-2780 or POD@GreshamOregon.gov.
The City does not provide survey services for private property owners.
For assistance with property surveying you need to contact a private survey company.
Read more about fences and property lines.
It is the property owner's responsibility to remove graffiti.
If your property was tagged with graffiti, you should file a police report:• Call 503-823-3333• File a police report online Use My Gresham to report graffiti on someone else's property, including public property.
Free graffiti removal kits are available through the Office of Neighborhoods and Community Engagement at City Hall. Each Kit contains small bottles of graffiti removal solution, gloves, goggles, a mask and a scrub pad.
Call 503-618-2482 for more information.
Read more about graffiti removal.
If you're thinking about raising backyard chickens in Gresham, know these rules before getting started.
Gresham Revised Code Article 7.17 outlines the rules and regulations:
Read more about keeping chickens in Gresham.
Getting involved with your Neighborhood Association is a great way to connect with neighbors and stay up to date on projects and improvements happening within your neighborhood.
Find your neighborhood
More about Neighborhood Associations
The Neighborhood Enforcement Team (NET) works closely with property owners, property management companies and neighborhood associations to creatively solve neighborhood issues before they require full police action.
More about the Neighborhood Enforcement Team
What you can do to help keep Gresham streams healthy now and in the future.
Build a rain garden
Car wash kit and tips
Draining Pools and Hot Tubs
Lawn care tips
Pet Waste Management
RV Waste Management
Weed and Feed pledge
Learn more about social services available in Gresham and beyond.
Trees in Gresham are regulated differently depending on their location, purpose, size, and type. The City regulates the cutting of trees by making sure too many aren’t cut down at once, trees are replaced to maintain or add to our tree inventory, and damaged or overgrown trees don’t become a hazard to you and your neighbors.
Read more about trees in Gresham.