Clackamas County is creating a new, permanent advisory committee, the Community Road Fund Advisory Committee, to focus on prioritizing congestion relief projects needed in unincorporated Clackamas County that will now be able to be funded through revenue from the new countywide vehicle registration fee.
Transportation and Development
Public invited to comment on proposed Clackamas County long-range planning projects at April 8 Planning Commission meeting
Clackamas County to establish public committee to advise on use of revenue from newly-approved countywide vehicle registration fee
A committee of community residents representing all areas of Clackamas County will be established to advise transportation staff and report to the Board of County Commissioners on using revenue from a new countywide vehicle registration fee (VRF) approved Feb. 21.
Vehicle registration fee approved by Clackamas County Board; Will help meet local transportation needs
The Clackamas County Board of Commissioners has approved an ordinance setting a $30 per year countywide vehicle registration fee (VRF). The action followed a second public hearing Thursday.
The VRF will apply to cars, pick-up trucks, vans and other passenger vehicles registered in Clackamas County. The fee for motorcycles will be $15 per year. Since Oregonians pay vehicle registration fees two years at a time, that is a potential increase of $60 every two years for most motorists and $30 every two years for motorcyclists.
Board looking at options other than a bridge for Canby Ferry alternative; seeks public input on ways to keep the ferry open
Clackamas County proposes a local vehicle registration fee to raise funds for roads; public invited to comment at hearings Feb. 7, 21
The Clackamas County Board of Commissioners is holding two public hearings in February on a proposed ordinance to establish a countywide vehicle registration fee (VRF) of $30/vehicle/year.
The hearings will be held Thursday, Feb. 7 at 10 a.m. and Thursday, Feb. 21 at 6 p.m. in the Public Services Building, 2051 Kaen Road, Oregon City. The Board hearing room is located on the 4th floor. The public is welcome to attend to present comments of up to three minutes and/or to submit written comments.