In 2015 South Broadway street was given a face lift with new street trees, public artwork, and circle gathering spots for festivals such as the Summer Celebration.
On August 28th 1970 the first ever Government sponsored rock concert called Vortex was created to draw potential protesters from the American Legion Conference in Portland.
The Cazadero Dam washed out in the flood of 1964 and was rebuilt as Faraday Dam in 1966
The current fire station was built in 1964 to move the fire station from across the street.
In 1957 North Fork Dam was built and adjoining 1.7 mile long fish ladder, the longest in the world.
In 1938 the building that now houses City Hall was built as home to the Estacada Library on the South end and Fire Station at the North.
In 1936 the fourth and final Estacada Bridge was built over the Clackackamas River/Estacada Lake.
In 1932 Passenger service stopped from Portland to Cazadero mainly due to the automobile.
On September 12, 1929 a Fire in North Fork Canyon Destroyed popular destination Log LaBarre Resort and other homesteads.