Each month, the city of Forest Grove hosts two City Council Meetings that are available to the public. They are held the second and fourth Monday of each month from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm at the community auditorium (1915 Main Street Forest Grove, OR 97116).
With the exception of Executive Session meetings, all Council meetings are open to the public. And if you can’t make it to a meeting, the agenda and minutes from the previous meeting are published by 5 p.m. on Thursday prior to each meeting.
The Forest Grove City Council Meetings are also televised by Tualatin Valley Community Television (TVCTV) Government Access Programming, Channel 30. To obtain the programming schedule, please contact TVCTV at 503.629.8534 or call the City Recorder’s Office at 503.992.3235.
Contact Info: City Hall 1924 Council Street PO Box 326 Forest Grove, OR 97116 City Administration: 503.992.3200 Council Office: 503.992.3234 Fax Number: 503.992.3207
Forest Grove High School is looking for volunteer tutors for our after school Homework Club. The club starts on September 29th and runs from 3:15-4:15 Monday-Thursday. I’m asking that students commit to at least one hour a week for the … Continue reading →
Forest Grove Senior & Community Center The FGSCC has many volunteer opportunities: Ride Connection links older adults and people with disabilities with transportation and volunteer drivers are needed in the Forest Grove area. If you have a license to drive … Continue reading →
The International Programs Office at Pacific is seeking Conversation Partners to meet with international students in a very casual setting for about an hour every week. This is a chance for international students to ask questions about American culture and … Continue reading →
Caught Green-Handed During the week of 3/10 – 3/17, Pacific students going about their normal routines will be surprised with prizes when caught in the act of a sustainable behavior like recycling or filling a reusable water bottle. Unmarked volunteers, … Continue reading →
Looking for an internship opportunity? Then check out B Street’s new internship positions! There are three different types of internships available this Spring: Outreach, Education, & Youth; Farm to Table; Farm Manager; Business Manager; Public Health & Healthy Food Access; … Continue reading →
Make your own after school club! After school clubs help kids get excited about school while also providing a safe place while parents maybe away or at work. Volunteers are encouraged to share their own hobbies with the students through … Continue reading →
There is always something to be done at Fern Hill and teachers often rely on volunteers to help with class art projects, photocopying, and laminating. This is a wonderful opportunity for volunteers who are considering working in education. Volunteers will … Continue reading →
Volunteers will help students understand elementary-level math such as addition, multiplication, geometry shape names, and fractions with manipulatives and interactive games. These volunteers do not need to be math experts. The math group focuses on simple ideas that will incrementally … Continue reading →
Each volunteer recess attendant will be in charge handing out the school’s game equipment ( like soccer balls, cones, and mesh jerseys) to the students during recess. The volunteer would also help decide what games/sport will be played, who is … Continue reading →