Speed Bump Removal: The Douglas County Public Works has put a weight restriction on the Brown St bridge, so the truck route had to be changed for them to come down Sether Ave. which resulted in removal of the speed bumps in town. We realize this may be a concern for some and the City is working together to make sure that we keep our streets as safe as possible. Thank You.
“That Small Town Life”
The City Hall is the drop off site for ballots. The box is inside the office. Our hours are from 8:30-5 (with lunch from 1-2) There is a drop box on the side door. Last day to get your ballots in is May 15th. We will be open until 8 that evening. Thank You!
The Annual Plant, Book, and Bake Sale that the library puts on every year will be held May 9-11, 2018 from 10 AM to 4 PM at the Glendale Community Library. Come support the Glendale Community Library! For more info please contact the library @ (541) 832-2360.
The Library now has internet during business hours. The Library hours are Weds. 10-2, Fri 12-4 and Sat 12-4. The Library is looking for volunteers call or stop by the Library (541) 832-2360. The Library is also looking for movies to add to their collection. If you have any new (or nearly new) DVD’s or books that you’re finished with, please give them a new life at the library! Thank You!
The City of Glendale is putting together a volunteer list for anyone who would like to sign up to help with emergencies when they arise. (like flagging etc…) Come by City Hall and sign up if interested! There will be a State Sponsored Flagging class May 2nd from 8-noon at City Hall for anyone who volunteers.
Spring Is Here!!! It is that time of year again when those pesky weeds feel they need to grow and for us to not let them! It is that time to be cutting your grass, weeds, and other vegetation from your property line to the improved roadway. Grass is growing, and fire season is coming, do not forget to mow.
Join in on A Spectacular Bike Ride in Southwestern Oregon! Tour de Fronds June 16th, 2018. www.tourdefronds.com for more information! Or call (541) 439-2418
With Summer right around the corner and water usage up this time of year the city office has a few brochures for water saving tips and this website is worth looking at too http://www.home-water-works.org/
JUST A REMINDER: CURRENT UTILITY BILLING SCHEDULE
- Utility Bills are mailed on the 1st
- Payment is Due by the 10th with a grace period until the 20th
- Late Notices will be mailed on the 21st and will include the $20.00 Late Fee
- Delinquent accounts that have not been paid by the last day of the month will be shut off for non-payment and a $30.00 reconnect fee will be added to the account. The account must be paid in full before service can be restored.