The Dausman Family has donated a Free Little Library, a free book exchange, located on the west side of Lloyd Minor Park along Tualamere. Quentin and Andrew Dausman worked hard all summer to construct the wood library. Stop by to take a book or bring a book to share. Each year, nearly 10 million books are shared in Little Free Libraries. To learn more, or to see Rivergrove’s Free Little Library (Charter number 60381) on the world map, please visit https://littlefreelibrary.org/ourmap/
Planning Commission Chair Andrew Dausman and Quentin Dausman pose next to the new Free Little Library.
The City of Rivergrove will hold Type IV public hearing at the City Council meeting on Monday, December 11, 2017 at 7 p.m. in the River Grove Elementary School library, 5850 McEwan Road, Lake Oswego, to consider proposed legislative amendments to the Rivergrove Comprehensive Plan Introduction, Goal #10 Housing and Goal #12 Transportation. (Local file number 2016-05.). The Amendments stipulate changes to the annexation policy and a text correction in the Transportation goal. The amendment approval criteria and procedures followed will be pursuant to the Rivergrove Comprehensive Plan, the Rivergrove Land Development Code sections 4.120, 6.225-6.230, 8.030-8.050 and the Portland Metro amendment provisions.
The proposed amendments (Local file number 2016-05) can be downloaded from the Rivergrove website at https://www.cityofrivergrove.org/proposed-ordinance-90-2016/ and https://www.cityofrivergrove.org/proposed-dock-amendment/. Copies of the amendments and the city staff report can also be obtained for a nominal fee by contacting the office staff at 503.639.6919, emailing email@example.com or writing to City of Rivergrove, P.O. Box 1104, Lake Oswego, OR 97035. A copy can be viewed by appointment only at Rivergrove City Hall, 4924 Childs Road, Lake Oswego, OR 97035. Contact city staff to make an appointment. For additional information concerning the proposed amendments you may contact the city staff at 503.639.6919 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Traffic Calming Survey was distributed to all Rivergrove residents by mail or email. We received 93 responses to the five “yes/no” questions regarding traffic calming devices and 20 additional comments. Some respondents chose to leave one or more questions blank. The survey is closed. If you have feedback, suggestions, or concerns regarding traffic calming devices please contact City Manager/City Recorder Leanne Moll directly.
1. TRAFFIC CUSHIONS ON CHILDS ROAD
88 RESPONSES: YES = 56, NO = 32
2. LED Lighted Crosswalk Signs with Push Button signals at Childs/ Benfield, Childs/Megly, and Childs/Woodcrest, possibly also at Pilkington/Dawn
84 RESPONSES: YES = 66, NO = 18
3. Safety Islands at Childs/Megly/Woodcrest
84 RESPONSES: YES = 43, NO = 41
4. Permanent "Your Speed Is" radar signs. One eastbound and one westbound on Childs Road
84 RESPONSES: YES = 53, NO = 31
5. Lighted Stop Sign at the intersection of Childs Road and Sycamore Avenue
83 RESPONSES: YES = 59, NO = 24
Lloyd Minor Park is in need of 1500 square cubic feet of cedar chips to level the ground underneath the swingset. Donations of any size are gratefully accepted. Please mail checks to “City of Rivergrove, P.O. Box 1104, Lake Oswego, OR 97035”. All donations are fully tax deductible. You will receive an acknowledgement letter from the City for your tax records. Look for other opportunities to improve Rivergrove in the 2017 Giving Letter, coming soon.