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.
City Volunteer Program
Plate to Power
Recycle at School
Discover fun and meaningful ways to be part of Gresham’s
environment. From watching birds and building habitats for critters, to protecting
water resources – and visiting City facilities that preserve them.
Volunteer making a positive impact on the appearances of Gresham's
Read Adopt-a-Road volunteer details and sign up
Volunteer documenting Gresham’s bird life in natural areas
and urban sites around the city. No experience necessary.
bird survey volunteer details and sign up information.
Volunteer marking storm drains with stickers in
neighborhoods and commercial areas around town.
Keri Handaly, 503-618-2657 | WaterResources@GreshamOregon.gov
and installing habitat structures for Gresham’s birds, bees and bats.
Donate materials: Nearly
all parts of the habitat structures come from donated materials.
Read habitat construction volunteer details and
sign up information
Volunteer restoring Gresham’s natural areas back to beauty
natural areas replanting volunteer details and sign up information
Volunteer to help us weed, plant flowers and create a safe habitat for pollinators. The Water Resources Division is preparing a Pollinator Peace garden for spring education talks on pollinators.
If you are interested in volunteering our would like additional information, please contact Keri.Handaly@GreshamOregon.gov.
learning about problem weeds here, and help us stop these plants in their
tracks. Training provided.
Read Weed Watcher volunteer details and sign up
Ever wonder where the water goes after you do dishes or
flush the toilet? Public and school
group tours are available.
Call the Wastewater Treatment Plant office, 503-618-3450.
The facility is located at 20015 NE Sandy Blvd.
Wastewater Treatment Plant
Green and beautiful - with an important purpose - this 14-acre wetland was constructed to treat
polluted water and provide a home to native plants and wildlife.
The wetland is
located next to the City’s Wastewater Treatment Plant; tours of the facility