Welcome to Sustainability Resources in Milwaukie! Explore this site for tips on living greener and to learn more about sustainability resources and efforts in Milwaukie.
Milwaukie Farmers Market
Milwaukie Farmers Market, located in the heart of downtown Milwaukie, is open every Sunday 9:30-2:00 from May 8 through Oct. 30. The Farmers Market supports local farmers and the local economy while bringing our community together.
Milwaukie Community Gardens
"Milwaukie Community Gardens is a grassroots organization. Our commitment is to assist in the start up of Community Gardens throughout the city of Milwaukie." ~Milwaukie Community Gardens
The City of Milwaukie has been striving to improve its internal practices to be more sustainable and, with the help of the City's Sustainability Team, has adopted the City of Milwaukie Sustainable City Plan to help guide these efforts. Please visit the City Efforts page for more information. This page is currently under construction.
Many City programs, services, and projects are either geared toward sustainability efforts or include sustainable elements. The Programs, Services, and Projects page includes information about such efforts, including the Walk Safely Program, Online Utility Bill Pay, and the Natural Resources Regulations Amendments Project.
Milwaukie has the advantage of being a key transit hub for North Clackamas County. Visit the Sustainable Tranportation page to find out more about walking, biking, and public tranist options. And if you have to drive, drive less, save more.
Learn more about what recycling and waste reduction options in Milwaukie.
Recycling at work is an essential part of overall sustainability. See what and how to recycle with Metro’s Recycle At Work webpage. The City of Milwaukie has adopted the Business Recycling Requirements.
If you really want to go the extra recycling mile, learn how to become a Master Recycler!
What You Can Do
Make the region greener at home, in your garden, at the store, and on the road. Sustainable living renews rather than depletes the planet's resources and Metro can show you how at the Metro Guide to Sustainable Living.