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.
Treats, big trucks, loads of gear, tons of info and friendly City employees on Saturday, Oct. 1.
Bring your wee goblins and ghouls Oct. 31 for Halloween trick-or-treating on historic Main Avenue.
Our restoration work is helping to improve water quality, minimize erosion and property loss, reduce flood damage and boost diversity of plant and animal life.
Butler Creek in southwest Gresham has more than 10 acres of flat floodplain and is surrounded by steep slopes, Douglas firs and Western red cedars.
Butler Creek meets Johnson Creek at Southwest 14th Drive.
Eagle Woods in southwest Gresham is along the Springwater Trail and encompasses both side of Johnson Creek.
The Fairview Creek headwaters site is located in southwest Gresham between Division and Powell. The 38-acre wetland eventually empties in the Columbia Slough.
Hogan Creek is a tributary of Johnson Creek. The southeast Gresham project site is a large, forested area encompassing the entire Hogan Creek. The emphasis of the project is the area where Hogan Creek flows into Johnson Creek.
The Linnemann wetland is a backwater of Johnson Creek located along the Springwater Train in southwest Gresham.
Springwater Woods is located directly off the Springwater Trail in southeast Gresham. Johnson Creek and several small streams meander through the active wetland.
Volunteers are welcome from the community, schools, service groups and businesses. Work days can be arranged nearly every day of the week.
Contact Mike Wallace at 503-618-2246 or