LYONS CITY COUNCIL REGULAR MEETING
When: Tuesday, February 27, 2024
Time: 6:30 pm
Location: Lyons City Hall, 449 5th St, Lyons, OR (enter through Cedar St. entrance.)
Open to 2024 high school graduating seniors who have lived within the city limits of Lyons for the past 5 years. To be a successful recipient, please prepare a 500-word essay and complete an application. Submit to Lyons City Hall, 449 5th St, Lyons by April 16, 2024.
Budget Committee Member Needed
Are you interested in learning more about your city government? Can you spare 2 to 4 hours a year to assist with approving the City’s budget? No experience is required. You will be presented with the proposed budget. You will be able to ask questions and make comments. When discussion is completed the committee will vote on the proposed budget. If the committee is not ready to vote, the discussion will continue at a future meeting. That’s it!
If you think you’re interested please complete an application and submit it to Lyons City Hall by February 27, 2024, to be considered for appointment at the February 27th City Council meeting.
To learn more about the basics of the budgeting process in Oregon, please read the State’s publication:
There is much more information and learning materials on their website at:
Local Budget Law
Linn County Sheriff’s Report
PREVENT NOXIOUS WEEDS AND WILDFIRES!!!
Please maintain your property to prevent the spread of noxious weeds and wildfire! Overgrown weeds, bushes, and grasses may spread noxious weeds to surrounding properties. When they dry out, they become a fire hazard not only to your own property but to neighboring property. LMC 8.10.035 Hazardous Vegetation & Trees
“AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A POUND OF CURE.” Benjamin Franklin
The SANTIAM SERVICE INTEGRATION TEAM is available for those who need assistance with things such as basic household items, food, formula, picking up prescriptions. This program serves as a safety net by facilitating resources and information for individuals and families who live within the North Santiam School District, Santiam Canyon School District, and Cascade School District. 503-409-3652 firstname.lastname@example.org
AFFORDABLE CONNECTIVITY PROGRAM
FCC Helping Households Connect
The Affordable Connectivity Program is an FCC benefit program that helps ensure that households can afford the broadband they need for work, school, healthcare, and more. If you qualify, you may be eligible for a discount of up to $30 per month toward your internet service!
SEPTIC SYSTEM NEED REPAIR?
DEQ & Craft3 are working together to provide funding assistance to low income property owners.
For more information visit their website at: Craft3
Cougar Sightings & Wildlife
There have been sightings of cougars in the John Neal Park area. To learn more about cougars and other wildlife, visit the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife’s website: Cougar Information Beavers Living With Wildlife