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From: Dylan Blaylock, Clackamas County Community Relations Specialist, 503-742-5917

08-13-15

New openings on Clackamas County ABC: Diversity Leadership Council

Clackamas County Commissioners are seeking interested residents to serve on a county Advisory Board and Commissions (ABC). These ABCs offer residents the opportunity to become very involved in specific activities and goals of Clackamas County.

New ABC openings from the past week include:

Diversity Leadership Council: This council is seeking volunteers to fill seven openings that carry three-year terms. The council envisions a county in which equity and inclusion are at the forefront of all decision-making, and in which all community members are actively engaged. Specifically, the council strives to examine county processes in order to recommend and facilitate changes that foster greater inclusiveness, develop leadership from diverse communities, increase community participation in county government, and promote and support diversity awareness and education.

Council members are meant to be representative of the county's diverse populations and ideally will represent different work experiences, educational backgrounds, religious beliefs and affiliations, geographic locations, socioeconomic statuses, ethnicities, physical abilities or other diversity. Council members meet on the fourth Tuesday of each month from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. The deadline for applications is Thursday, Sept. 10, at 5 p.m. For more information, contact Equity & Community Engagement Coordinator Maria Magallon at 503-650-5693 or mariamag@clackamas.us.

Individuals interested in this opportunity can apply online or via a paper form that can be obtained from the Public and Government Affairs department by calling 503-655-8751 or in person at the Public Services Building at 2051 Kaen Road in Oregon City.




July 30, 2015 - MARIJUANA LAND USE IN CLACKAMAS COUNTY: Overview of Regulation Status and Process

Please check clackamas.us/planning/marijuana.html regularly for additional and updated information. Written comments may be submitted by email to ZoningInfo@clackamas.us or by mail or drop-off to the Planning & Zoning Division, 150 Beavercreek Rd., Oregon City, OR 97045.




The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office is now partnering with Las Vegas-based AlertID -- a private company that provides up-to-date information about crime, predatory sex offenders and other public-safety issues affecting local neighborhoods.

The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office is the first law-enforcement agency in Oregon to make AlertID available to the community it serves.

Residents and Sheriff's Office members can sign up for this free service online at www.alertid.com/clackamas.

ABOUT ALERTID

This service provides another channel for residents to connect with the Sheriff's Office, as well as state and federal authorities.

AlertID takes data from the Sheriff's Office internal dispatch and reporting system and makes it available through a web-based interface, accessible on computers, tablets and smartphones.

After registering with AlertID, users can see a map of their community with markers that indicate the location and type of crimes that have recently been reported.

In addition to providing Clackamas County residents with current information about criminal activity, registered sex offenders, terrorism, natural disasters, severe weather and other threats to public safety, AlertID includes a secure social network that allows its users to share ideas and information with neighbors to address these shared concerns.

AlertID also includes a feature, called "My Family Wallet," that allows users to store photographs and vital statistics about their children or other loved ones that can be immediately transmitted to authorities in the event they become lost or separated.


WAYS TO GET THE PUBLIC INVOLVED

The AlertID network grows stronger and more effective as more members join the service. Sheriff's Office employees interacting with the public are encouraged to tell citizens concerned about crime trends in their area to sign up for the service at alertid.com/clackamas. Apartment managers curious about crimes occurring in their complexes may also find AlertID useful.

Again, you can learn more and sign up at alertid.com/clackamas.

Sgt. Adam Phillips - Public Information Officer
Clackamas County Sheriff's Office
Desk 503-785-5071
Pager 503-237-2643




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