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News Release
North Clackamas School District and North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District Announce Property Transfer Agreement - 06/27/24

Clackamas County, OR - June 27, 2024

The Boards of North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District (NCPRD) and North Clackamas School District (NCPRD) have unanimously approved a property transfer agreement for the Center located at 6031 SE King Road. This decision, made during a joint Board meeting on Thursday, June 26, marks a significant step in ensuring continued services for vulnerable children and families in our community.

Key points of the agreement include:

1. NCSD will acquire the property from NCPRD for $2.375 million in cash.

2. The building and property will be transferred in "as is" condition.

3. NCSD will provide $1 million in credit for NCPRD's use of fields and facilities for community programs. This credit will be applied at current discounted Class A rates for youth programming for up to seven years or until it is exhausted.

4. The County has committed $1 million to NCSD for capital improvements to the building.

5. An intergovernmental agreement will be developed to outline the conditions and procedures for facility use.

6. The sales agreement is expected to be finalized by September 30, 2024.

This collaboration between NCSD and NCPRD demonstrates our shared commitment to supporting our community.  The transfer of ownership will allow for the continued operation of essential services at the Wichita center and critical funding support for NCPRD to continue recreation programs for North Clackamas youth at NCSD fields and facilities.

Media contact:

North Clackamas School District - 

Cindy Detchon detchonc@nclack.k12.or.us


 

North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District -