COVID-19 in Washington County

According to Wendy Gordon, Lead Public Information Officer, Washington County Emergency Operations Center, Washington County will follow the governor’s plan on when and how to reopen. On April 14, Brown’s office introduced a “Framework for Reopening Oregon” that outlines the prerequisites for the safe way to move forward.

Development News

Milltowner update
Chase Bank to replace Shari’s
New subdivisions
Gas station hearing

On the May ballot

by Shawna Muckle, CMN intern Would you like to know more about the choices on the ballot for the upcoming May 19 election? Here are some of the critical bonds, primary elections, and charter amendments to carefully weigh your vote for: Metro Housing Services Bond:  Summary: As many voters will likely recall, in 2018, voters

CPO News

We don’t have an exact schedule yet, but we’ll have information on a sidewalk project near Bonny Slope Elementary that will improve Safe Routes to School; updates on several development proposals for the area; a presentation on the Thompson Road project; and a chance to hear from our Public Safety providers.

Gardening & Environment

While you’re weeding and seeding and planting and pruning, there’s one more thing to put on your plate: dividing.

Road News

Thompson Road/Kenny Terrace Project Online Open House
ADA ramps being rebuilt
Multnomah county road project rankings

Unsung heroes, these days and always! Walker Garbage and COVID-19


We are practicing social distancing and frequent sanitizing, and our office is closed to the public. Our drivers are also closed to public approach.

Deputy Spotlight

Deputy Brown

Meet Deputy Tom Brown, who has patrolled Cedar Mill, Bethany and north of Highway 26 area for the last five years.

Behavioral Health Resources

In these challenging times, you may be experiencing new mental health challenges or have increased difficulties managing an existing illness. Many of the support meetings normally held face-to-face are postponed. There are online resources to help anyone who needs new or added support at this time. Oregon Recovery Network: Online directory for a variety of

Helpers making a difference

Grocery concierge

We are a group of a few volunteers and our goal is to help those at-risk of COVID-19 who need essentials. I have done about 30 deliveries with 200+ items and hope to do more!

Recycling during the COVID-19 crisis

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Goods are moving in and out of our homes in different ways now that we are following COVID-19 guidelines. Here are some ideas about receiving household materials and disposing of their packaging. As always, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle in that order!

Cedar Mill News News

One of our diligent volunteer editors, Anne Lawrence, has updated and expanded this section of the website with loads of useful information for when you need to find an expert or an agency to help with a problem.

Neighbors share personal COVID-19 experiences

My wife and I ran low-grade fevers and had worse-than-expected chills and aches based on how low the temps were. We ran fevers for ten days. Exhaustion was major; we slept as much as our parenting of four children would allow, and still were extremely tired!

History in the News

Job 1 is a plan to mobilize still more community support. We’ll be launching Friends of Cedar Mill History, our membership program, in the coming weeks. The goal? With your help in the form of membership dues, we intend to build a virtual museum over the next few months.

2020 Senior blues

No one knew that March 13 would be the seniors’ last day of high school. From the commencement ceremony to sitting down in a classroom, there are many normalities that seniors will miss due to the COVID-19 school closures.

Community News May 2020

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Viva Village update
Remainder of THPRD spring term cancelled
ODOT opens Safe Routes to School project applications
Inside WashCo Radio…

Business News May 2020

Allen Greene art

The Cedar Mill Farmers Market opens! Sana Reiki offers remote Reiki sessions Bethany Family Pet Clinic update Habitat for Humanity ReStore is online Stride Strong Physical Therapy offers a free workout video Cedar Mill Business Association News The Wine Cellar has options for your Happy Hour The Village Gallery keeps the art available Grand Central