News & Notices

City Council Candidates for November Election

The deadline to file an application to run for City Council during the November election has passed and the following candidates will appear on the ballot:

PositionCandidate
MayorJerry Lachenbruch
CouncilorMichelle Isom
CouncilorKen Lorensen
CouncilorScott LaCoste

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August Mayor’s Corner

Welcome to September! That sure got here fast! Lots going on in the Halsey area. According to the Central Linn Schools Calendar, school starts Sept 6th, so watch out for

Park Committee Members Needed

The City Council has set a goal of applying for an Oregon Parks and Recreation Grant in the next couple of years to make improvements to the park.  They have

Fall Clean Up

Sweet Home Sanitation’s Annual Fall Clean Up Day will be held on Saturday, October 1st. This event will be curbside. Items MUST be at the curb no later than 7

Immediate Council Vacancy

In their regular meeting on Tuesday, August 9th, Council was presented with Councilor Raven’s resignation letter and declared a vacant position. The City is now accepting applications for the position

Utility Rate Increases

Beginning July 1st 2022, community members will see an increase on their utility bill. This rate increase will be reflected on the utility bill mailed out at the end of

Highway 99 Project Updates

Check here for the latest news on the Highway 99 Project. All updates will be posted as they become available to us from ODOT. For more project information, ODOT contact

Roosters

As a reminder, per Halsey Municipal Code 10.10.090, Roosters are not permitted in the city limits. They crow not only in the early morning, but sometimes at all hours of