On October 18, 2016 the City of Gladstone held a Town Hall Meeting at the Gladstone High School. Approximately 130 people were in attendance as the City staff gave presentations on updates to the strategic plan and the community engaged in a break-out session focusing on their top priorities. At the end of the program the City had a question and answer session. Staff will compile a list of all the questions and prepare answers and post them to the City’s website in the near future.
For a copy of the agenda packet of materials presented at the Town Hall click here.
For a copy of the PowerPoint presentations by the Department Head team click here.
To watch the video of the Town Hall please use the following links.
Thank you to those that attended our second annual Town Hall. We remain focused on three objectives:
- Continue to make Gladstone a better place to live
- Enhance communications between citizens and Gladstone city leaders (get to know each other better.
- Discuss our top issues and opportunities.
Welcome to the historic city of Gladstone with a proud past and a bright future. Approximately 12,000 residents make Gladstone their home in this centrally located, 4-square mile community. Situated only 8 miles south of downtown Portland, Gladstone is conveniently located along I-205 and 99E (McLoughlin Blvd) providing easy access to metropolitan locations and daily work commutes for big city options while its residents enjoy living in a city filled with small town charm.
Gladstone is proud of the plethora of available activities for outdoor enthusiasts with parks, walking-friendly neighborhoods, bike trails, ball fields, nature observatories, community gardens, and boarders both the Willamette and Clackamas rivers, with a boat ramp for water enthusiasts. Easter egg hunts, ice cream socials, hot dog feeds, movie in the park, and the Cultural Festival are just a few of the annual events that even our youngest residents look forward to.
Come visit Gladstone where the citizens enjoy diverse businesses, vibrant neighborhoods, active community involvement, and award winning schools.