My Gresham service requests anytime, anywhere. Fix a pothole, remove graffiti, report a broken streetlight and more.
During the holiday construction ban, travel lanes in retail districts must be kept clear and on-street parking made available to the general public.
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.
See the tree lit through Jan. 2 at the Gresham Arts Plaza, 401 NE Second St., Historic Downtown.
Backyard Habitat Certification
What you can do to help keep Gresham streams healthy now and in the future.
A rain garden is landscaping that
absorbs water from your roof or driveway. It's a shallow depression in a yard that collects rainwater and sports a variety of flowers, shrubs and grasses.
Read more about rain gardens in Gresham
The City’s free, fish-friendly car wash kit is available for
your next fundraiser.
At home, washing the car in the driveway sends dirty soap
and pollutants directly to stormdrains and on to local waterways. We recommend
washing the car over a lawn or at a commercial car wash.
Read more about the car wash kit and tips.
The City offers downspout disconnection assistance during
the summer. Disconnecting your downspouts can prevent rainwater run-off
from entering our local streams.
Read more about downspout disconnection assistance.
Pool and hot tub water contains water sanitizing chemicals
that harm fish and wildlife, even if it has been sitting and no longer
contains chlorine. This water may not be discharged to the City’s storm
Discharge to City sewer system
Chlorinated pool or hot tub water may be discharged to
the City’s sewer system, which drains to the wastewater treatment plant.
drainage system isn’t connected to the sewer, find other alternatives: DEQ pool
and spa discharge fact sheet
Dechlorinated water may be discharged onto grassy or
gravelly areas that infiltrate into the ground ─ so long as the water doesn’t
flow onto neighboring properties, or down driveways or streets into a public
Kramer, Environmental Services, 503-618-2648 or Paul.Kramer@GreshamOregon.gov.
We encourage homeowners and businesses to keep a
pesticide-free lawn and garden.
It’s easy and helps keep harmful products away from people,
pets and our streams.
Pet waste carries pathogens such as Giardia, E. Coli, Salmonella and Campylobacter. These bugs cause illness in people, especially children and the elderly.
Gresham's local streams are known to carry harmful levels of bacteria.
You can help by always picking up after your pet when on walks and avoiding children's play areas.
Local scouts or civic groups have volunteered to build and install dog boxes in Gresham. Look for a bag in our dog boxes when you need one and help out by bringing extra bags to leave for others.
Take the pet waste pledge.
Take the weed
and feed pledge
Pesticide-Fee Zone sign for your yard. Thank you for helping us reach our
'Skip the Weed and Feed' goal.
feed is a chemical found in many lawn and garden products. It’s toxic to fish
and can be dangerous to children and pets. We have the power to improve public
health and our environment by choosing lawn and garden products without weed
Manage your recreational vehicle (RV) waste by using an
approved waste disposal site.