Oak Lodge and Gladstone Libraries Project Update
The county, North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District (NCPRD) and the City of Gladstone are working together to evaluate best uses of the Concord Property (and its potential as the site of the future Oak Lodge Library), and to develop a new Gladstone Library. Two community task forces have been formed to advise the Board of County Commissioners on different aspects of this exciting joint project. Click here to view related meetings and announcements.
Changes meant to provide more flexible access to fit with patrons' busy work and life schedules
Group will serve in an advisory capacity to the Board of County Commissioners.
Measure will eliminate a city-charter prohibition on using more than $1 million in city general funds for the city's library.
In lieu of Lake Road building, NCPRD will receive Concord, Clackamas and Wichita Schools, plus $14 million in cash equivalents.
Local Administrators Krupp and Betz Discuss Win-Win Deal for Both Communities
Concord Property Site Could be Ideal for 20,000-sq.-ft. Oak Lodge Library
OLCLA members joined Clackamas County Commissioners, Gladstone officials and citizens at the Oct. 15, 2017 settlement signing ceremony.