District Information

North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District (NCPRD) is a service district of Clackamas County dedicated to providing exceptional parks and recreation programs, facilities and services. Voters approved the formation of the District in 1990 because they saw the need for greater parks and recreation services in the north end of the county. The District – which serves more than 105,000 residents in a 27-square mile area – includes the city of Milwaukie and a large area of unincorporated Clackamas County.

NCPRD offers 32 parks, many acres of natural areas and sensitive habitat, and a network of trails including the 6-mile Trolley Trail. Additionally, NCPRD offers a wide range of programs, services and events, and operates several recreational facilities such as the North Clackamas Aquatic Park, Milwaukie Center and the Concord Property.

MISSION STATEMENT
To enrich community vitality and promote healthy living through parks and recreation.

VISION STATEMENT
Enhancing and connecting your community by providing exceptional parks and recreation opportunities for all.

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NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY

Consistent with the policy of Clackamas County, North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District (NCPRD) is committed to compliance with all state and federal non-discrimination directives, including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Americans with Disabilities Act Title II. No person shall be excluded from participation, be denied benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any program or activity, regardless of funding source, on the grounds of race, color, national origin, limited English proficiency, age, disability, religion, marital status, sex, gender, sexual orientation, or source of income. In addition, NCPRD shall make every effort to identify and address disproportionately high and adverse human health or environmental effects of NCPRD’s programs, policies and activities on minority populations, and low-income populations.