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ODF explanation of map

Update – Wednesday, 9/16

September 16 Fire Statement –   According to today’s incident information, the South ObenchainFire has affected 32,814 acres and is 25% contained.  Mop up and additional containment efforts continue and yesterday (Tuesday), the smoke cleared enough for air support to resume.   Unlike previous years, group update meetings could not be held in our community so we have had to rely more on the internet for our information.  Facebook has a good page that has been updated every evening – South Obenchain Fire Information is updated by the NW Incident Management Team and the Oregon Fire Marshall Incident Management Team....

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UPDATE – Tuesday, 9/15

September 15, 2020 Shady Cove evacuation level has been downgraded to Level 2 – Get Set and roadblocks have been lifted.  This means that we need to be ready to leave quickly if the situation worsens.  Items that we should keep packed include some clothing, our medicines, communications devices, important documents, and cash. Fire Chief Winfrey reminds us that “we are not out of the woods.”  Everyone needs to be signed up for Jackson County Citizen Alert to get notification of emergency situations when they occur.  If you are not yet registered, please go to alert@jacksoncounty.org and complete the simple...

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ODF Update YouTube Sunday

ODF Update YouTube Sunday

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ODF explanation of map

ODF explanation of map

https://m.facebook.com/SouthObenchainFire/videos/692506338015285/?vh=e&extid=cGuEBDIuFdrXaUNz

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New Business Grant Available September 8.

Some Home Insurance Companies Cover Evacuations

You may want to contact your home insurance company and see if they cover evacuation expenses. You might be asked for receipts for lodging and/or meals. It will only take a phone call to find out.

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Hiland Water Update with Fire Usage

Hiland Water Update

From Hiland- We have been able to maintain pressure and service throughout the water system so far with the exception of the Hudspeth/Sarma area. We lost power to the booster station when the power went out on Wednesday, I believe. Our operator went back into town to try and restart it but was unable to. My understanding is that an electrician is there working on it right now. Hopefully water service can be restored to residents in the area who have chosen not to evacuate. Regarding fire suppression, the affected zone does not have fire flows in normal conditions. There...

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New Business Grant Available September 8.

New Business Grants Available Now! Limited Time!

Community Development Block Grant funds are now available for local businesses. Thousand of dollars are being given out! Contact City Hall now at 541-878-3757 or email TCorrigan@shadycove.org. Here is the Press Release and the application.  Questions can go directly to SOREDI as listed. SOREDI staff is available and willing to meet with business owners to help fill out applications. This can be done via zoom, phone, or in person if necessary. Shady Cove’s portion to be distributed is $18,200. Paper copies are also available at City Hall. CDBG Press Release SOREDI_CDBG Grant Application

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CENSUS Takers Coming Around

NRFU Factsheet This is an FYI that, in the next few weeks, Census Takers will be in your community conducting Non-Response Follow-Up, where they will knock on people’s doors who have not filled out the Census. This week begins a test-run where we will see how social distancing protocols work. Census takers will start visiting households that haven’t responded in 34 Oregon counties beginning Thursday, July 30. The remaining two counties, Multnomah and Clackamas, will begin on August 11. This operation, called Non-Response Follow Up (NRFU), is the largest operation of the decennial census and is scheduled to conclude no later than...

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Summer 2020 INSIDER Newsletter

Summer 2020 INSIDER Newsletter

Summer 2020 INSIDER Newsletter

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Shady Cove Planning Commission Vacancy

Shady Cove Planning Commission Vacancy The City of Shady Cove is accepting applications for appointment to fill the vacant Planning Commission Positions No. 2 and No. 4.  Applicants must have lived within Shady Cove city limits for at least the last 12 months and are a registered voter in the State of Oregon. Applications are available at City Hall, 22451 Hwy 62, Shady Cove or online at www.shadycove.org. Application deadline is July 31, 2020 at 12 noon. Application for Commission or Committee DJERMAIN 06.24.2020

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New Grants Available for Businesses in Shady Cove

The City of Shady Cove, utilizing a Community Development Block Grant, administered through SOREDI, and with the assistance of Business Oregon, is offering grants to businesses hurt by the recent COVID-19 pandemic. The overview and the application are attached here. Business Grant Application Shady Cove ALSO——– Jackson County Grants Jackson County Emergency Small Business Grant Program   Paycheck Protection Program applications extended to August 8: The Small Business Administration began accepting new applications for the Paycheck Protection Program on July 7, and the new deadline to submit an application is August 8, 2020. Use the SBA’s Lender Match to connect...

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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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