Oak Grove Partnerships
Want to learn more about the history of Oak Grove and the Trolley Trail? Check out some of the websites below for more information from some of our local partners!
Urban Green Clackamas County
Urban Green is not so much an organization or an entity as it is a set of shared community and Earth-centered values put into practice. Our joy is found in a vibrant thriving community where there's a place for everyone.
The Trolley Trail
The Trolley Trail is a partnership project involving the North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District (NCPRD), Metro, the cities of Milwaukie and Gladstone, and the Clackamas County and Oak Lodge Water Services District. Community partners include the citizen-based Friends of the Trolley Trail, and various neighborhood associations and civic groups.
Main Street America
Oregon Main Street is a Main Street America Coordinating Program. Oregon Main Street and Main Street America work with communities to develop comprehensive, incremental revitalization strategies based on a community's unique assets, character, and heritage. The goal is to build high quality, livable, and sustainable communities that will grow Oregon's economy while maintaining a sense of place.
North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District
North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District (NCPRD) is a service district of Clackamas County dedicated to providing exceptional parks and recreation programs, facilities and services.
Oak Lodge History Detectives
The Oak Lodge History Detectives are "investigating the past, and enriching the future," with the goal of promoting an appreciation of local history in the Oak Lodge area. We compile and share the history of Oak Grove, Jennings Lodge and the adjacent Concord and Oatfield Ridge neighborhoods.
Oak Grove Community Council
The Oak Grove Community Council (OGCC) serves to bring together people with a common concern for the Oak Grove Community and to aid the Oak Grove Community in preserving and enhancing neighborhoods. The OGCC works to inform citizens in the Oak Grove area of proposed developments and/or changes in land use that will affect the area, and to provide our community with a vehicle for establishing organized, two-way communications with public agencies and governmental organizations.