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Welcome to the home page for the Rock Creek Community Association in Portland, Oregon!  Find all the information about your local community events here.
Mission Statement
The Rock Creek Community Association is a volunteer organization chartered to maintain the entrances and common areas of Rock Creek and support projects to improve our neighborhood. Our goal is to increase the quality of living in Rock Creek and at the same time increase property values for all residents. The RCCA meets every second Wednesday of the month at the Rock Creek Country Club. Meetings begin at 7 pm and last approximately one hour. Everyone is welcome!

Upcoming Events
Volunteer Work Day
Thursday, June 21st, 6:30 PM at Tamarack and Kahneeta entrances
We normally have our Volunteer Work Days on the second Saturday of the month, but this month we are meeting Thursday evening, June 21st, at 6:30 PM.   We are meeting at the Tamarack entrance for some pruning and cleanup, and then we will move on to the Kahneeta entrance for pruning and cleanup.  Come join us and help beautify our community!
2018 Neighborhood Garage Sale
Friday, June 29th to Saturday, June 30th, 9 am - 3 pm both days at Participating homes in Rock Creek area


Annual Rock Creek Community Association – Neighborhood Garage Sale

This year’s sale is Friday and Saturday, June 29th and 30th from 9 am to 3 pm.   Participants can do one or both days.  As one of two fundraisers, we are suggesting a $10 entry fee with all proceeds going towards our neighborhood enhancement projects.  This will also help towards promotion, advertising, and signage.   

We'll will have professional signs placed at each RC entrance 2 weeks ahead of time to alert people of sale, dates and times.  On Thursday, June 28, we will place additional professional signs with directional arrows at each main entrance AND major street intersections to guide shoppers e.g. Malhuer, Columbia, Rock Creek Drive, Neskowin, Quail Hollow, etc.  Please consider putting up one or two signs of your own at the closest cross street to your home that will enhance the directions we’ve set given RC is such a large area. 

To register, please contact us at www.myrockcreek.com

You can pay by check (send to RCCA at PO Box 91103, Portland, OR 97291-0103) or pay using our Pay Pal account through our website www.myrockcreek.com/payment.php

Again, thanks for being a committed resident of our neighborhood and the Rock Creek Community Association (RCCA).  It is greatly appreciated.  We’re hoping this will be the biggest yet.   Please invite your neighbors and friends in RC to participate alone or together at one home.
If you have any questions, please contact me again through

Shirley Toth
President, RCCA

Monthly Board Meeting
Wednesday, July 11th, 7:00 PM at Rock Creek Country Club

You are welcome to join us at our monthly Board Meeting.  We normally meet downstairs at the Rock Creek Country Club on the second Wednesday of every month.

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Recent Minutes
CLICK THE DESIRED LINK BELOW TO READ THE MOST RECENT MEETING MINUTES (There are NO minutes for months when we did not have meetings):

Announcements & Local News
You can now contribute to RCCA Online
Posted on Mar 18th, 2018 Comments (0)

If you would like to contribute to the Rock Creek Community Association, you can now do so online.  Just click HERE or on the Online Payments tab, and enter the amount of the Voluntary Contribution that you would like to make, then click Next.  You will be redirected to PayPal where you can securely complete the transaction.  Residents who do not have a PayPal account can use a credit card to pay as a Guest, or they can setup a PayPal account for future use.
We need your donations!
Posted on Mar 17th, 2018 Comments (0)
THANK YOU TO THE MANY HOMEOWNERS WHO HAVE GIVEN RCCA GENEROUS DONATIONS AFTER OUR REQUEST FOR HELP HERE AND IN THE RECENTLY MAILED SPRING AND WINTER, 2018 NEWSLETTER.  Your generous donations have helped to pay for maintaining the entrances to Rock Creek and for special projects such as the new Rock Creek sign boulder at the Kahneeta entrance, and the upcoming re-landscaping of the Cornelius Pass entrance.
Register for website to receive periodic emails about local events in Rock Creek.
Posted on Jan 2nd, 2018 Comments (0)

If you haven’t registered on our website, click here to register now so you can receive automatic announcements about activities and alerts about the neighborhood.  When you fill out the form to create your user profile, be sure to keep the option "View Profile" set at "Yes" -- that will allow you to access the Member List and other restricted areas of the website when you login, but only other RCCA members will be able to see your profile.  You can specify which information that you want other members to see.  For example, you can choose not to display your email address or children if you are worried about privacy.  You will automatically receive your UserID (your email address) and password via email.

Visit our Facebook Page
Posted on Jan 2nd, 2018 Comments (0)
We now have a Facebook Page for the Rock Creek Community.  Check it out at
Keep up with what is going on in the neighborhood, and share it with your friends and neighbors.
Login to to your Facebook account to make comments on our Facebook page (or create your own Facebook login if you are not already on Facebook).
Community Bulletin Board now available
Posted on Jan 1st, 2018 Comments (0)
Click on the Bulletin Board tab to post events of interest to others in the Rock Creek Community.   You can also place a free classified ad for items or services of general interest to the community.  We will review your listing or ad for suitability, and if your submission is approved, it will immediately be posted.  You can include up to 5 photos, and specify an ending date for your listing or ad.
New County RV Parking Regulations for 2018
Posted on Jan 1st, 2018 Comments (0)
New county regulations for 2018
If you have an RV that is parked in the street, you might want to know about the new county regulations starting in 2018. Copy the following link and paste it in you browser:
Beginning January 1, 2018, neighborhoods within the Enhanced Sheriff's Patrol District (ESPD) will benefit from enhanced county ordinances designed to help resolve livability issues. These include changes to the existing Towing and Parking Ordinance and the existing Chronic Nuisance Ordinance. Not sure if you live in the ESPD? Please visit Who Patrols My Neighborhood