Hunter has identified some outages.
Plz use email if you need assistance.
DJermain@shadycove.org for Planning
MRowden@shadycove.org for Finance
AdminAssist@shadycove.org for all othersRead More
Jackson County Emergency Management will be testing the Citizen Alert notification system on May 19, 2022, starting at 10:00 am. The test will only be sent to those individuals who have registered in the system, which today totals 67,822 contacts.
Link to sign up or review Citizen Alert account https://member.everbridge.net/1332612387832182/login.
For those cities that have identified evacuation zones, we can send messages to each of your zones with zone-specific language. At this time the City of Medford will be doing this. Otherwise, there will be one county-wide message with information on how to sign up for Citizen Alert, basic preparedness information, and links to resources.Read More
FREE COVID-19 Mobile Vaccination Clinic administered by EMS staff
in partnership with OHA
supported by Rogue Community Health & Jackson Care Connect
Pfizer vaccine for ages 5+ (pediatric doses)
All three vaccines for ages 18+
Boosters for all eligible
Friday, May 13
10 AM – 2PM
St. Martin’s Episcopal Church
95 Cleveland Street
Shady Cove, OR 97539
Registration guarantees vaccine.
Requirements day of: full name and birthdate,
signed consent form to receive vaccine
(parents must sign consent form for children 5-14 years old),
wait 15 minutes after vaccination.
No ID or insurance required!
If you want to register or have questions, call
Leave name and phone number and we’ll call you back.
For 2nd doses or boosters: vaccination card helpful but not required (unless you were vaccinated in another state, then vaccine card or photo of it is required).
The next clinic will be Thursday, June 23.
Appreciation gifts available for eligible vaccine recipients!Read More
Come learn how to prepare your household for emergencies
Preparation for Emergency Fair: Upper Rogue Community Center
March 19, 2022 10am-2pm
American Red Cross-Emergency Preparation/Blood Donations
Oregon Department of Forestry/Fire Wise-Tips on Vegetation around your home
Pacific Power-Power outage preparation
Jackson County Emergency Management-Alert information
Senior and Disability Services/Program and Advocacy Coordinator Jackson County-Services for Seniors and Disabled-Service for Seniors and Disabled
Jackson County Sheriff’s Department-Search and Rescue, Evacuation information
Jackson County Animal Control-Animal Assistance
Community Emergency Resource Guide-By Collaborative Publishing Solutions
Southern Oregon Emergency Aid-Assistance with transportation and housing companion animals during disasters
Relief Angels -Assistance with large animal rescue
Fire District –Sign up for smoke detector installation
The City of Shady Cove recognizes that some persons may still request masks. They will be available as well as disinfectant.Read More
What Is Daylight Saving Time?
Daylight Saving Time (DST) is the practice of moving the clocks forward one hour from Standard Time during the summer months and changing them back again in the fall. The general idea is that this allows us all to make better use of natural daylight: moving the clocks forward one hour in the spring grants us more daylight during summer evenings, while moving clocks back one hour in the fall grants us more daylight during winter mornings. However, DST has many detractors—and rightfully so! (Read more about this below.)
When Is Daylight Saving Time This Year? When Does the Time Change?
Daylight Saving Time always begins on the second Sunday in March and ends on the first Sunday in November. To remember which way to set their clocks, folks often use the expression, “spring forward, fall back.” (Note that these dates are for locations in the United States and Canada only; other countries may follow different dates!)
- Daylight Saving Time begins on Sunday, March 13, 2022 at 2:00 A.M. On Saturday night, clocks are set forward one hour (i.e., losing one hour) to “spring forward.”
- Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, November 6, 2022, at 2:00 A.M. On Saturday night, clocks are set back one hour (i.e., gaining one hour) to “fall back.”