On December 2nd the West Linn Alliance hosted a meeting on Housing in West Linn. Our speaker for the evening was Betty Avila, a member of the West Linn City Planning Department. The City will soon consider new code changes following recent action at the State level to provide more housing opportunities. In 2019 the […]
Are you willing to roll up your sleeves and collaborate on projects that help build community in West Linn? The West Linn Alliance is a growing organization, and we depend on the efforts of our volunteers. Volunteers are currently working on: promoting diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility in West Linn schools, advocating for transparency in […]
The West Linn Alliance acknowledges that the land now known as West Linn rests on the traditional village sites of Kalapuya Tribes, including the Bands of the Atfalati and Ahantchuyuk, who are today represented by the Confederated Tribes of Siletz and the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde. In 1855 the U.S. government forcibly removed […]
The West Linn Alliance for Inclusive Community is dedicated to addressing racism and discrimination in our midst so we can build a community of collaboration and belonging. Our homes in West Linn are part of Clackamas County, and we look to our County Commissioners to share in our bedrock collaborative values and show leadership by […]
Reporting Hate & Bias Incidents
Whether it happened to you or to someone else, there is help for reporting and tracking hate and bias incidents. The Oregon Department of Justice has a hotline you can call.
Inclusion in Wilsonville
Wilsonville Alliance for Inclusive Communities – Pursuing a diverse, inclusive, and equitable Wilsonville through informed dialogue, advocacy, and celebration of human dignity and belonging.