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Use the City’s services directory to easily find the information you need.
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Report flooding from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday through Friday at 503-618-2626.
After hours or on weekends, call 503-661-3906.
In hazardous weather, haulers may not be able to provide collection and services may be delayed. For more information, contact your hauler.
During severe weather, collection will be prioritized as follows:
Find your hauler, and sign up for alerts and information about weather-related delays.
Gresham-area garbage haulers
For information about power outages visit the Portland General Electric website or call 503-464-7777.
To report a water main break or a hydrant leak, call 503-618-2626 during business hours.
Evenings or weekends, call 503-661-3906 and an on-call superintendent will dispatch staff as needed.
Preventing and thawing frozen pipes
Winter preparation for water pipes
In this short video tutorial, we demonstrate the steps. Need help? We advise you to call Water Operations first so we can dispatch someone to help you if possible. This may help homeowners avoid damage to the meter box's water valve and possible repair work, especially if you're planning a plumbing project. Call the phone numbers above.
Stay home when conditions are too dangerous to travel safely. If you must travel check road conditions at
Gresham crews anti-ice, de-ice, plow or sand streets – or a combination of techniques – depending on conditions. The City’s winter response
route consists of three categories:
Use the City’s
interactive plow map to see if your street is a primary, secondary or neighborhood street. If inclement weather persists, crews may focus on the Priority 1 and Priority 2 streets until weather improves. Depending on the severity of the weather event, the City may
not be able to anti-ice, sand or plow residential streets, cul-de-sacs and dead