Save Gladstone

Help us create a supportive,  connected and  livable community.

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Save Gladstone came together out of a need to see fiscal responsibility, transparency and accountability within our local government.  We have a lot of serious issues facing our small town, and need tools to help make the right decisions.  Find out how you can contribute to the future of Gladstone.

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Work with members in your community and make a difference

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Urgent Projects

Our Mission

Urgent projects are:

- Infrastructure Upgrades (Water/Storm/Sewer)

- City Hall, Police Dept. and Library Buildings

- Portland Avenue Redevelopment

- Portland Ave. Trolley Bridge Ped/Bike Access

 

Locally and regionally, Save Gladstone is a vocal advocate for the fiscal responsibility and transparency of our  government. We believe that the needs of the community as a whole need to be addressed and preserved, utilizing an open dialogue approach.

Saving our town isn't seasonal or focused on a single issue, which is why our efforts are on-going and year-round. If you would like to learn more about the issues facing Gladstone and our region, or would like to help, please send us an email.

 

 

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Meet Our Team

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  • City Hall, Police Dept. & Library Buildings
  • Portland Avenue Redevelopment

Save gladstone in Action

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  • Portland Avenue Trolley Bridge - Pedestrian/Bike Access Grant
  • Infrastructure Upgrades

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NEW LIBRARY

BACK ON THE AGENDA

Clackamas County Holds

$1.5 Million FOR A NEW GLADSTONE - OAK GROVE LIBRARY

Clackamas County Commissioner Martha Schrader attended last months City Council meeting where she delivered a letter stating the county will hold the $1.5 million Gladstone just returned in hopes that a new Gladstone-Oak Grove library will still be built.  Gladstone citizens have already spent $1.2 million on a set of construction plans for a library the city voted not to support.  We will have to start from square one again, and at what cost?