February/March Dates2/23 -- Ford Leadership Class meets, 5:30-8:30 pm, Community Center 2/25 -- Utility Payments due3/3 -- Blue Heron Committee, 5:30, City Hall3/4 -- Library Committee, 7:00 pm, City Hall3/9 -- Central Linn School Board meets, 6:30 pm, Elementary School Library3/10 -- City Council meeting, 7:00 pm, City Hall3/25 -- Utility Payments due
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It is time to prepare the 2015-16 City of Halsey Budget. There are two positions still available on the Budget committee. The meetings are scheduled on some Tuesday evenings in the months of May and June in the Communiity Center. If you reside within Halsey city limits, are registered to vote, and want to have a voice in how city money is spent, please apply. Both the application and the Budget Calendar are available at City Hall or download them below. Applications must be received by March 20th.
Municipal Code Now Available On Line
The Halsey Municipal Code is now available on the website. From the menu bar above, drop down from “Administration” and selece “Municipal Code.” This takes you to our on-line searchable municipal code. You can search for “parking” or “dog” to jump to the sections of the code that deal with those subjects. Please check it out, and remember that this resource is here for you any time you need it. If you have questions or need help, please contact City Hall.
Blue Heron Committee
The Blue Heron Committee will meet on Tuesday March 3rd at 5:30 pm at City Hall. The Agenda is available here:
Thank you, Collins Foundation!
The City of Halsey is honored to be a recipient of a $10,800 grant from The Collins Foundation for the Halsey Library Project.“The Collins Foundation is an independant, private foundation created in 1947 by Truman W. Collins, Sr. and other members of the family of E.S. Collins. The Foundation exists to improve, enrich, and give greater expression to humanitarian endeavors in the state of Oregon and to assist in improving the quality of life in the state.” For more information about The Collins Foundation, please go to www.collinsfoundation.org.The Halsey City Council and Staff, the Halsey Library Committee, and the library volunteers are all grateful to the Collins Foundation for their support and investment in the community.