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City Government

Canby City Hall City of Canby
222 NE 2nd Avenue/PO Box 930
Canby Oregon 97013
City of Canby
Economic Development
Jamie Stickel – Economic Development Director
222 NE 2nd Avenue, 2nd floor/PO Box 930
Canby Oregon 97013
Phone: 503-266-0701 Fax 503-266-1574
Calvin LeSueur – Economic Development and Tourism Coordinator
Planning and Building Canby Planning Department handles land use applications, development services and property related issues. The Canby Building Department issues building and mechanical permits.
222 NE 2nd Avenue, 2nd floor
PO Box 930
Canby OR 97013
Phone 503-266-9404 (Building) 503-266-7001 (Planning)
Municipal Code  Canby Municipal Code
Public Transportation • Monday through Friday Service
• Wheelchair Accessible Buses
• Bicycle Racks
Canby Area Transit (CAT)
195 S Hazel Dell Way, Canby OR 97013
Phone: 503-266-4022
Fire Safety Department Services include an advanced life support ambulance manned with two paramedics 24 hours a day, full firefighting capabilities, CPR classes and courtesy fire inspections for the public.

Canby Fire District #62
221 S Pine Street, Canby OR 97013
Phone: 503-266-5851
Emergency 9-1-1

Police Department Canby Police Department
1175 NW 3rd Ave
Canby OR 97013
Business Phone 503-266-1104
Non-Emergency Dispatch 503-655-8211
Emergency 9-1-1
Newspapers Canby Herald
241 N Grant Street
Canby OR 97013
Phone 503-266-6831
The Oregonian
Portland OR
The Statesman Journal
Salem OR
Chamber of Commerce Canby Area Chamber of Commerce
191 SE 2nd Avenue
Canby OR 97013-4401
Phone: 503-266-4600
Workforce Canby’s location near the metro area means that over 202,000 people live within a ten-mile radius, with a labor force of over 155,000.

County and State Programs

Clackamas Co. Business & Economic Development Cindy Knudsen, Business Services Coordinator, 503-742-4328
Oregon Blue Book Oregon Blue book Information for Canby, Oregon
Business Oregon Business Oregon works to create, retain, expand and attract businesses that provide sustainable, living-wage jobs for Oregonians through public-private partnerships, leveraged funding and support of economic opportunities for Oregon companies and entrepreneurs.

Small Business Services

Housing Development Center The center works to develop the expertise and capacity of local emerging construction firms.
OAME – Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs Formed to promote and develop entrepreneurship and economic development of ethnic minorities in the state of Oregon.
Government Contract Assistance Program Through their Government Contract Assistance Program (GCAP) the organization delivers procurement technical assistance to women-owned minority-owned, rural-and distressed-area businesses.
OK – Opportunity Knocks A peer-learning organization, committed to “bringing small businesses together to solve problems.”
Small Business Development Center Focused on entrepreneurs and small businesses; offers one-on-one counseling and business classes
SBDCN – Small Business Development Center Network Oregon BizCenters provide free one-on-one counseling. They also provide training in essential business skills
Business Information Center  A cooperative effort of six state agencies to provide information to the public about state registration and licensing requirement for businesses
Corporation Division, Oregon Secretary of State, Business Information Provides general information on starting a business in Oregon.
Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services Administrators of laws and rules governing workers’ compensation, occupational health and safety, real-estate appraisal activity, building codes, insurance companies and financial institutions.

Workforce Development

Clackamas Workforce Partnership Advocate for businesses in workforce development within Clackamas county
Community Solutions for Clackamas County (CSCC) Offers federally-funded workforce development services to businesses.
Oregon Employment Department Offers businesses recruitment, screening and referrals from a state wide applicant bank