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Commission and Committee Openings

Commission and Committee Openings

Currently the City of Shady Cove is seeking out volunteers to serve on our Budget Committee and our Parks Commission. Applications will be available until February 5, 2021. Thank you for considering -to serve. Please visit each site for information on the committees/commissions.  More details can also be obtained by calling City Hall at 541-878-2225. Application for Commission or Committee 2021 Volunteering   ​Parks and Recreation Commission ​Budget Committee

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Shady Cove Library promoting Healthy Mouth Program

Starting 1/12/21, the Shady Cove Library is promoting Healthy Mouth Program.  Staff will be giving away kits with toothpaste, toothbrushes, and information about keeping your mouth healthy.  Kits will be available between 12 and 4 PM for both children and adults, while supplies last.  Supplies donated courtesy of Dr. Luke Murphy.   The Library is open for front door services only on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday.

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HERO CELEBRATION, Saturday, October 10

HERO CELEBRATION It was a great day!

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Fire Danger Level Drops to Moderate

Fire Season Ended on 11/6/20, however, fire prevention continues

ODF SWO Fire season ends 2020 Press Release Greg Winfrey, Fire Chief Jackson County Fire District 4 November 6, 2020 Oregon Department of Forestry                                                            FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Southwest Oregon District 5286 Table Rock Road Central Point, OR  97502 Contact: Natalie Weber, Public Information Officer (541) 621-4005 or (541) 664-3328   Fire season ends today, but fire prevention continues After 190 days, fire season ends today, Friday, November 6, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. on lands protected by the Oregon Department of Forestry’s Southwest Oregon District. Lands affected by this declaration include state, private, county, city, and Bureau of Land Management...

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Free Masks and Gloves for Small Businesses

Free Masks and Gloves for Small Businesses

Please contact City Hall at 541-878-2225 if you need any masks or gloves.  We have a limited supply still after numerous businesses have taken advantage of this program. News: Governor Brown Announces Free Masks and Gloves for Small Businesses  

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Fire Weather Warning

Emergency Fire Response and After the Fire Links

Latest FEMA update – MA-DR-4562-OR-05 FEMA Experts Provide Free Home Repair Advice Sign Up for Emergency Alerts with Jackson County NOW! Red Cross Assistance in Oregon Jackson County Emergency Management Disaster Assistance from FEMA Tracking Missing Pets and Livestock After the Fire –https://shadycove.org/wp-admin/post.php?post=3222&action=edit https://www.kdrv.com/content/news/Jackson-and-Josephine-fire-danger-decreasing-from-Extreme-to-High-572689401.html  

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Community Health Notices

Community Health Notices

SCROLL DOWN FOR LATEST UPDATES – Oregon Counties COVID-19 Risk Levels Warning Week Data 12.7.2020 https://osha.oregon.gov/Documents/COVID-19-memo-riskassessment-infectioncontrolplan-training-deadlines.pdf Please find attached the Region X Interagency COVID-19 Economic Recovery Taskforce newsletter. Region X IRC NEWSLETTER EDITION 6 New policy requiring face coverings in certain outdoor locations: https://sharedsystems.dhsoha.state.or.us/DHSForms/Served/le2288K.pdf New social gathering policy—limiting indoor “social get-togethers” to 10 people: https://sharedsystems.dhsoha.state.or.us/DHSForms/Served/le2351G.pdf OED has a new UI website is unemployment.oregon.gov .  There are links for workers, employers, and FAQs at the top, and an eligibility quiz to find out which benefits you might qualify for here https://unemployment.oregon.gov/workers/eligibility-quiz . There is a new FAQ on the residential eviction...

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Partial Re-Opening of Aunt Caroline’s Park for the Holiday!

Partial Re-Opening of Aunt Caroline’s Park!

AUNT CAROLINE’S PARK PARTIAL REOPENING In an effort to give our citizens a place to enjoy the outd00rs, we are reopening the majority of the park.  There are, of course, some restrictions as we go through a nation-wide reopening process.  We want everyone to be safe and healthy. Please keep 6’ social distancing everywhere in the park. If you or your child are feeling ill, please do not use the facilities. The bathroom will remain closed until we can safely open it. Keep children safe at all times and continue to wash hands regularly after touching common areas. Per the...

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Correct Answers to Hiland Water’s Letter to Customers

Correct Answers to Hiland Water’s Letter to Customers

Mayor Richardson wrote in detail the chronological events leading up to Hiland Water’s letter to their customers and the City Council directed the letter be placed on our website to give correct answers to any questions. Hiland Water Franchise Fee 2020

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SOUTHERN OREGON WASTE MANAGEMENT COMPANIES NOW ACCEPTING MORE PLASTIC BOTTLES

SOUTHERN OREGON WASTE MANAGEMENT COMPANIES NOW ACCEPTING MORE PLASTIC BOTTLES

https://www.kdrv.com/content/news/Southern-Oregon-waste-management-companies-now-accepting-more-plastic-bottles-569860351.html

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Local Small Business Assistance

From the State offices – ITEM OF POSSIBLE DIRECT INTEREST TO LOCAL COMPANIES Layoff Aversion Funds. There is a very limited amount of money that has been made available through the workforce investment system to make grants to small businesses to avert layoffs. For Rogue Valley businesses, see: http://www.rogueworkforce.org/resources-in-response-to-covid-19/ . The U.S. Small Business Administration is offering low-interest federal disaster loans for working capital small businesses suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  SBA disaster assistance (as of March 19, 2020) is now available to businesses in all Oregon & California counties in our region. “Small...

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City Declares State of Emergency

City Declares State of Emergency

The City of Shady Cove joins the list of many Oregon cities that have declared a State of Emergency.  Mayor Lena Richardson signed the declaration on March 19, 2020 as a precautionary measure, pursuant to the adopted Shady Cove Emergency Operations Plan.  It is meant to provide the City with increased flexibility in terms of resources, purchasing, and any emergency response options for COVID-19.  The City has already been hit with employee absences. The declaration is not meant to cause any worry, rather it enables the City and Staff to be in the best position to serve the community where...

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