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.
A homelessness support program providing employment while keeping parks and open spaces clean.
We’re looking for talented artisans to participate on July 15. Apply now for jury consideration. Space is limited per medium.
Call the Gang Tip Hotline at 503-666-1844 if you have information about gang-related activity.
If you have an emergency, call 9-1-1.
Gang violence is a fast-growing East Multnomah County issue threatening Gresham’s livability and requiring stepped-up, collaborative measures to address the problem.
A balance of prevention, intervention and suppression strategies is the only way any community has ever been able to curb the growth of gangs.
Gangs aren't new to Gresham. What is new:
The City is collaborating with a variety of regional partners to implement a coordinated and comprehensive approach to target the root causes of gang involvement in Gresham.
Read about Gresham's comprehensive actions to gang prevention.
The Gresham Police Department has programs and personnel dedicated to gang suppression. However, this new wave of gang activity requires more than effective policing.
Multi-agency gang prevention and enforcement plan
Gangs are decreasing in Portland and increasing in East Multnomah County.
Read the Multnomah County Comprehensive Gang Assessment
Do you know a young person heading down the wrong path? Concerned with graffiti or other problems in your neighborhood? Find help.
Gresham gang prevention resources
Ride-along with Gresham gang enforcement: Sgt. Bill Smith takes us on a patrol and explains his role as a Gresham gang enforcement officer.
Boys & Girls Club coming to Gresham: Mayor Shane Bemis and other Boys & Girls Club supporters describe the importance of youth programs and community partnerships.
For information about gang activity, awareness and prevention contact Joe Walsh, Gang Prevention Policy Advisor, at 503-618-2372 or