City Council is considering new rule to keep through trucks off our side streets. Click to learn more.Read More
Pie and Planning - Vison Summit.
Join us on October 29th at 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM at the Sherwood Center for the Performing Arts for the Pie and Planning-Vison Summit.Read More
City Charter Review Committee Established Click to find out more!Read More
The final funding hurdle for the new skate park is now behind us! Our grant application to the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department was approved!Read More
Sherwood Needs You!
The City is forming a Charter Review Committee! Want to get involved? Want to help improve our checks and balances and make sure our government serves the community? Click here to learn more.Read More
Water samples reveal no detectable level of microcystins in the local water supply for Sherwood click for more details.Read More
Poll Results: Sherwood Broadband. Should the city of Sherwood offer residential Internet Broadband Services? The poll results are in!Read More
What do you think? Should the city of Sherwood offer residential Internet Broadband Services? Are you happy with the current options available to you?Read More
During the April 3rd, 2018 Sherwood City Council Meeting, the council adopted new council rules that govern how the council operates. Why does this matter? Click to find out.Read More
On April 17th, 2018. The city staff recommended that council vote to withdraw the request to metro to expand the Urban Growth Boundary around Sherwood. The council agreed and voted unanimously to withdraw the request.Read More
Sherwood is considering an expansion of the Urban Growth Boundary. The current proposed expansion could add 2,800 homes, 9,576 people, 2,576 students to Sherwood over the next 6 to 15 years. Special Interest groups that represent large developers are pulling out all the stops to push this through. We need to hear from the citizens of Sherwood as well.Read More
City Council has a work session to discuss the "Sherwood West" proposed expansion scheduled for Tuesday (2/20/2018 @5:30PM) night at City Hall; this is your chance for you to be involved. I encourage all of you to attend whether you are for the expansion or against it.Read More
Thanks Again to all who took the time to answer the poll. I thought a more detailed analysis of the results was in order. This analysis breaks down housing preferences based on how respondents answered questions about housing affordability.Read More
The Results are in! Thanks to everyone for taking part in the poll and being part of the debate. Over 600 people took the poll. Want to make sure you have the chance to respond to future polls? Please like and follow my facebook page. That is where I will post new polls in the future.Read More
Sherwood is considering asking Metro to expand the Urban Growth Boundary on the West Side of Sherwood. This expansion would add 626 acres of land Over the next ten years, this has the potential of adding up to 5155 homes and increasing our population by 51% to 76%, Take the poll!Read More
On November 7th, 2017 in a Sherwood City Council work session, the council decided to have the city manager send a non-binding letter of interest to Metro stating our intentions to request an expansion of the Urban Growth Boundary (UGB) by 626 acres (455 developable). This letter did not commit us to a 626-acre expansion, it was only a non-binding letter of intent. The council will have to decide whether to formalize the request, change the size of the request or withdraw from the process all together.Read More
Our Citizens have given us the opportunity to press the reset button and rebuild public confidence in local government. How did they do this, they did it with the power of the vote. It is time for our elected leaders to take a new approach to governing. Find out what I am doing to rebuild faith in local government.Read More
Being part of the community, listening and talking with the citizens is job one for anyone aspiring to hold public office. I want to hear what you have to say about the challenges and opportunities that we face in our community. How do you want to connect? Coffee, Social Media, email?Read More
We have taken a big step toward getting a skate park!
The council authorized city staff to apply for a grant to build a skate park at the YMCA. What's next? The staff will apply for the grant on April 1st. We should hear back from the state in September. Assuming it is approved, we should be starting construction in the spring of 2019.Read More
Do we need A skate park in Sherwood? I think so, however, I want to know what you think. See the results of a community poll on this matter and other interesting studies and what our neighbors are doing when it comes to Skate Parks.Read More