Walk Safely Milwaukie Program
The Walk Safely Milwaukie Program (WSMP) is intended to empower Milwaukie’s neighborhoods to identify and implement local projects and other citizen-led activities to make walking in Milwaukie a more comfortable and commonplace experience.
Bicycling in Milwaukie
It’s easier to bike in Milwaukie than you might think. Visit the Bicycling in Milwaukie page for more information including a Milwaukie Bike Map, Bikeway Signage, current initiatives the City is using to make Milwaukie more bicycle friendly, and other resources for getting around by bike.
Save time, money, and paper by using the ePermitting Basic Services for all of your permitting needs.
Online Utility Bill Pay
Pay your utility bill online and go paperless!
Portland to Milwaukie Light Rail
The 7.3 mile long extension that will connect Downtown Milwaukie with Downtown Portland and the rest of the TriMet light rail network. By 2030, this future light rail line will carry up to an average of 27,400 weekday rides, and there will be approximately 22,000 households and 85,000 employees within walking distance of Portland-Milwaukie light rail stations.
The City of Milwaukie is leading a broad-based effort to restore Kellogg Creek, located in Milwaukie’s South Downtown, to its natural free-flowing condition.
Jackson Street Bus Shelter
In addition to nicer bus stops and sidewalks, this project will install more bike parking and natural storm water treatment.
Natural Resource Regulations Amendments Project
The City of Milwaukie is proposing regulations to better protect the natural resources that make our town unique and beautiful.
Designed to be what will become the City’s “Living Room,” Milwaukie Riverfront Park, an 8.5 acre site adjacent to the City’s downtown, plans to include community green space, stormwater management features, and restoration of riparian areas along the Willamette River and Kellogg and Johnson Creek.
Logus Road Phase I was the City's first "green street" project.