On April 6, 2015, the Wilsonville City Council held a public hearing and voted to affirm a decision of the Development Review Board (DRB) regarding a land partition application for a property located at 28205 Canyon Creek Road South. The City Council action upholds the DRB’s conditional approval of the partition and reaffirms that the applicant is required to install sidewalks, curbs and gutters along the full property frontage within the Canyon Creek Road South right-of-way.
Under Communications, the City Council heard a report from Fire Chief Mike Duyck of Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue (TVF&R) about the state of the fire district, which provides emergency services on contract to the City of Wilsonville.
During the meeting, Mayor Tim Knapp issued four proclamations. The first proclamation requested by the Parkinson’s Action Network declares April as Parkinson’s Awareness Month. The second proclamation honors Americorps participants and recognizes the importance of their National Service. The third proclamation honors Arbor Day and the City of Wilsonville’s 17-year-long designation by the National Arbor Day Foundation as a Tree City USA. The fourth proclamation requested by the Children’s Center, a nonprofit child-abuse prevention organization serving Clackamas County, declares April 2015 as “Child Abuse Prevention Month.”
During work session prior to the City Council meeting, the Council heard reports regarding updates on Community Development projects and planning fees.