Sandy Police Department has gently used bikes for sale this holiday season!

Need a bicycle in time for Christmas? The Sandy Police Department has a selection of gently used bicycles for sale; both children and adult sized. Bicycles are $10 to $30.

The bikes are on display in the lobby of the Police Department and the public can view them during business hours, Monday through Thursday, from 8:00am until 6:00pm.

It’s a great way to get your Christmas shopping done and have a bicycle for under the Christmas tree!


Sandy Public Library Cookie Exchange

Come exchange cookies with your neighbors at the Sandy Library this Thursday, Dec. 18 and go home with a wonderful variety of sweet treats!




Sandy School of Dance LLC Company presents “A Vaudeville Christmas”


The Downtown Scoop!

The December edition of the Downtown Scoop is now available. Stay updated with all the downtown news. The December edition covers the Food Drive for the Kiwanis Community Christmas Baskets that is going on in participating downtown businesses. This edition also features businesses that have become Bicycle Friendly through the Travel Oregon Bicycle Friendly Business Program. Grab a copy of the December edition for all the news on holiday events in downtown!

If you are a businesses that would like to be featured in the Downtown Scoop contact Jennifer Marks at

Click here for a copy of the Downtown Scoop.



 Sandy Main Street is now on Instagram!

Follow @sandymainstreet for all the updates on what is going on downtown.

We want to see your awesome photography skills! Use #sandymainstreet to give approval for Sandy Main Street to post your photo to our page. You may even find your photo featured in the next edition of the Downtown Scoop.

 New Downtown Parking Limitations

As of last week, the new parking district in downtown Sandy is now in effect. With the exception of a few 10-minute and 1-hour spaces, all parking on Proctor and Pioneer between Meinig and Scales and Shelley Street between Proctor and Pioneer will now be time-limited to 2 hours. All spaces adjacent to buildings in the Heritage Square lot will be time-limited as well, although the spaces in the middle of the lot will not be timed.

The Downtown Parking Management Study was completed and presented to the Sandy City Council on January 17th, 2012. City Council endorsed the study recognizing it as the official guiding document for improving parking in downtown Sandy.

If you have any questions or comments please contact Kelly O’Neill at (503) 489-2163 or by e-mail at


Get Involved with Sandy Main Street!

Are you interested in getting involved with Sandy Main Street? We have a wide range of volunteer opportunities for all ages and all skill sets, our opportunities range from one-time events to long-term positions. No experience necessary, just a passion for your community.

We are looking for volunteers to get involved with our upcoming events (Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony) as well as our Executive Committee.

If you are interested contact Sandy Main Street at or check out our website for more ways to get involved!

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