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.
Gresham’s parks system includes over 300 acres of park land, 840 acres of natural areas and several miles of trails, many suitable for walking, biking, jogging, rollerblading, strollers, dog walking and horseback riding.
Contact us for more information at 503-618-2300.
Reserve a sports field
The 32.3-acre Gradin Community Sports Park is located at 2303 SE Palmquist Road, just east of Hogan Road. The park site is beautiful with four sports fields and parking.
Read more about Gradin Community Sports Park.
Catch some air while practicing street elements on the skate plaza's stairs, banks, ramps, ledges, and other urban street course design features.
The 5,710-square-foot skate plaza at Main City Park is in the heart of historic downtown, 219 S. Main Ave.
The park is for skateboarding and in-line skating only. No bikes, BMX, motorized vehicles, or other wheeled devices are allowed in the skatepark. Read the skatepark rules and regulations.
The park is open to skaters age 10 and younger only from 9:00 am - 11:00 am on weekends and holidays to provide safe access and skate time for less-experienced skaters.
This 10-acre property was acquired from the Camp Fire Girl organization in 1995. The park features a soft-surfaced, .46-mile Nadaka Loop Trail.
Friends of Nadaka website for information about events at Nadaka, including volunteer opportunities, workshops and nature walks.
The Nadaka Nature Park and Garden Project is seeking cash and in-kind donations from individuals and businesses to implement its Nadaka 2020 plan. Friends of Nadaka needs volunteers, planting materials, soil amendments and educational materials and supplies.
Please contact Monica McAllister, Nature Park Coordinator at
Monica@friendsofnadaka.org or visit the
Friends of Nadaka website to make a tax-deductible contribution.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland - Rockwood Club
City and volunteers will be planting flowers and pulling weeds in Vance
Park to build a better habitat for pollinators. The Pollinator
Peace Garden will also host educational events on pollinators. If you are
interested in volunteering or would like additional information about these
events, contact Keri.Handaly@GreshamOregon.gov.
The Zimmerman Heritage Farm is a 5.98-acre remnant parcel of the once 600-plus acre Zimmerman Dairy Farm, typical of 1900 turn-of-the century Columbia River dairy farms. The Zimmerman House is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Read more about the Zimmerman House on the Fairview-Rockwood-Wilkes Historical Society website.
Jacob and Lena Zimmerman arrived in the area as immigrants in 1851, coming west over the Oregon Trail. The Zimmerman family had continuously lived on the dairy farm from 1870 until 1992, more than 120 years. The historic Zimmerman homestead and 1.58 acres of property were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in June 1986.
The Zimmerman House Museum is open the third Saturday of each month from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm and is operated by the Fairview-Rockwood-Wilkes Historical Society.
Volunteer every second Saturday from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm at the Zimmerman Park. Contact Dodi Davies at the Fairview-Rockwood-Wilkes Historical Society at 503-261-8078.