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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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121620 Drive-by Santa! At the corner of Cleveland and Erickson near the school bus turnaround!

121620 Drive-by Santa! At the corner of Cleveland and Erickson near the school bus turnaround!

Santa Visit 12-16-20

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Governor’s New Executive Order

The new Executive Order is now posted on the Governor’s website: https://www.oregon.gov/gov/Documents/executive_orders/eo_20-66.pdf  

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YES! One More Grant Cycle for Businesses! OPENS 12/04/20!

YES! One More Grant Cycle for Businesses! OPENS 12/04/20!

Over $3.6 million in grant funds are now available for eligible businesses impacted by COVID19 in Jackson and Josephine Counties. Applications for this new “Southern Oregon CARES Business Grant” (“SOCARES”) fund may be accessed through SOREDI, which has contracted as grant administrator for both counties. These new grant funds are available in all 36 Oregon counties through a $55 million allocation made by the State of Oregon. These funds are intended to be equally accessible to all businesses Application preference will given to those who were mandated to be closed due to Executive Order 20-65. This application is only available...

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Fire District 4 September Report

September 2020 Monthly Report[35816]

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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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Safely Disposing of Fire Debris

After the Fire, FEMA, DEQ, ODOT, Rogue Disposal Info

Latest info from FEMA – NR DR-4562-OR 24 External Outreach Site in Jackson County to Close, Help Still Available FS DR-4562-OR 30 Frequently Asked Questions FEMA Direct Temporary Housing in Oregon More info from FEMA – NR-DR-4562-OR-16 FEMA Rental Assistance May Be A Valuable Housing Solution for Oregon Wildfire Survivors Latest info from FEMA – FS-DR-4562-OR- 12 Flood Risk Increases After Fires Are Out – Buy Flood Insurance Now https://roguedisposal.com/index.php?p=resources/education/environment/safely-disposing-of-fire-debris Fire Debris Disposal FireChemicalCleanUp-DEQGuidance OnSite_Septic_Wildfire https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/ORDOT/bulletins/2a16dac    

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New Round of Jackson County Grant Funds, SOREDI Here t

Round 4 of Business Grants Out There Now!

There are multiple business grants out there.  But they will be closing soon! Please contact City Hall ASAP.  541-878-3757 or email TCorrigan@shadycove.org. Apply for a COVID Grant  

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IRS provides tax relief for victims of Oregon wildfires

IRS Provides Tax Relief for Victims of Oregon Wildfires

IRS provides tax relief for victims of Oregon wildfires

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The City Given a Limited Amount of KN-95 Masks by Pacific Power

The City Given a Limited Amount of KN-95 Masks by Pacific Power

Pacific Power has given the City of Shady Cove a limited number of KN-95 masks for smoke, NOT to be used for Covid-19 protection. Please stop by City Hall and request a mask if you need it for this smoky air. Thank you Pacific Power and Christina Kruger, our favorite PP person! https://www.pacificpower.net/

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