COVID-19 SAFETY PROTOCOLS & UPDATES

Effective Saturday, March 12, 2022, North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District (NCPRD) will no longer require staff and visitors to use face coverings in all NCPRD buildings and facilities, in accordance with the statewide mandate. Masks will still be made available for visitors upon request.

PARKS, TRAILS & NATURAL AREAS
NCPRD parks remain open for visitors to walk, cycle and enjoy nature while practicing social distancing. This includes playgrounds, sports courts, restrooms and sports fields. Park visitors must follow social distancing guidelines and keep 6 feet from others, and masks must be work in all public spaces when social distancing isn’t possible. See guidelines for visiting parks and trails during COVID-19.

Elk Rock Island
Elk Rock Island and the Spring Park trail are open to to public, after a temporary closure for wildfire restoration and repair. Learn more.

Milwaukie Bay Park Boat Dock

The segment of the Jefferson St. Boat Dock that had been removed for seasonal winter storage is back in place and available for use as of June 23, 2022. For questions, please call 503-794-8030.

Several sections of the Milwaukie Bay Park boat dock are removed each year for winter storage, and returned the following year after spring rains and the threat of river debris is minimized. This preventative action is taken to assist in the longevity of the dock pilings and structures. For questions, please call 503-794-8030.

PROGRAMS & REGISTRATION

Whether you’re comfortable joining us virtually at home or in person, we’re here to keep you moving, learning and having fun this season. Register here.

Effective Saturday, March 12, 2022, North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District (NCPRD) will no longer require staff and visitors to use face coverings in all NCPRD buildings and facilities, in accordance with the statewide mandate. Masks will still be made available for visitors upon request.

Milwaukie Center & Meals on Wheels

The Milwaukie Community Center is open once again during normal business hours. The Meals on Wheels program will continue to operate as normal, with a small group of staff and volunteers working to deliver meals to homebound seniors in north Clackamas County.

Refunds
Refunds will be issued and normal processing fees will be waived, for all programming and rentals affected by cancellations.