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           Falls City Skate Park

                               Did you know Falls City Mayor TJ Bailey
                               is fighting hard to create a skate park
             for the youth of Falls City? 

Where would it go you ask...the following design is the 2nd in our 2-step process fo receiving our community's valuable opinions on the skate park design. Below is a link to the skate park that will help the American Ramp Company finalize the design. 

River’s Edge Skatepark Committee needs your input. American Ramp Company has designed our skatepark but it is far from complete. We would like our community’s input on the design. Please go to the link above to let your voice be heard on what you like, don’t like or what you would like added to the design.

City Newsletters

Did you know Falls City puts out a monthly newsletter every month? We do! It is packed with a lot of information regarding the community, events, and all sorts of stuff.

Check them out here

How can you make a difference? 

Get Involved

Volunteer efforts are essential to City governance. There are many exciting opportunities to participate including serving on a committee, attending regular council meetings, and volunteering your time during City events and other volunteer-led projects.

The City is making the necessary steps to facilitate community engagement, even during COVID-19 restrictions. We appreciate all of you and please know that every little bit of time you dedicate to the betterment of Falls City helps tremendously.

Report Crimes Online

Did you know you can report suspected crimes, drug activity, and submit tips to the Polk County Sheriff's Office online? You can also view crime reports at the same time! 

For all of this and more visit:

The Polk County Sheriff's Office non-emergency number is
(503) 623-9251. If you are experiencing an emergency, dial 911.


Oregon Department of Forestry and the Polk County Sherriff are interested in locating the owner of a vehicle that may have information related to the ignition of a wildland fire located in the area.

                                Vehicle Description

2018-2022 • Dodge Ram 2500 or 3500 • Black or Dark Blue
Dark tinted windows with a 4” lift and after market rims

Please contact: Bill Mahr with ODF at 541-223-2375

Colonel Lauderback with County Sherriff at 503-623-9251

City Hall

Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m-4:00 p.m

City Hall is closed to the public on Friday's

Payments can still be placed in the outside dropbox

Online bill pay is available through the bill pay portal in the upper right-hand corner. 

To schedule an appointment with a staff member please see the information below. 


TJ Bailey

City Manager

AJ Foscoli

Public Works Director

Jon Creekmore

City Recorder/Finance Supervisor

Jeremy Teal

Utility Billing/Notary Service

Athena Warren

for all other questions please call 503.787.3631

Street Sweeping

Street sweeping takes place on the last Wednesday
of each month.

We ask that all cars parked on the following streets are moved off of the street and into driveways:

North Main Street

Mitchell Street (up to 5th Street)

Bridge Street

Parry Road (paved portions)

South Main Street

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