NEWS & NOTICES

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 the day, and disturb surrounding neighbors. Please also remember that your flock must be contained to your property at all times, per Halsey Municipal Code 10.10.030. If you have any

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Dog Owners, Please Read!

As the weather gets nicer, more folks will be out and about walking their dogs. Please be respectful to your fellow citizens and neighbors by picking up after your pet no matter where they decide to go; whether it be at the park, along the street, or in someone else’s yard… Besides being unsightly and smelly, bacteria from dissolving pet

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Mayor’s Corner

May has arrived and so have the rains and flowers. In my mind, this is a rejuvenating time of year, and it has me thinking about growing veggies and all that entails. May is also Mental Health Awareness month. We all have ups and downs in our emotions and mental health, but there are some in our community that deal

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Public Hearing-State Shared Revenue

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing of the Halsey City Council will be held during the June City Council Meeting. The Council meeting will take place at 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, June 14, 2022 at the Halsey City Hall, 100 W. Halsey Street, Halsey, Oregon.  THE PURPOSE of the hearing is to discuss the proposed uses of State Shared

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Public Hearing for Proposed Utility Rate Increases

Tuesday, June 14th-Council Chambers-7pm The Halsey City Council will be discussing the following proposed utility fee increases: Water – $2 Sewer – $1 Stormwater Blue Heron – $1 Storm Drainage $2   The increases would begin in July of 2022 with the 2022-23 fiscal year.  Revenues derived from the Water Fund and Sewer Fund are used specifically for the costs associated

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City Council Meeting

The Halsey City Council will gather for their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, June 14th at 7pm in the Council Chambers located on the upper level of City Hall. All members of the public are welcome to attend in person or remotely. Click HERE to attend via Zoom. You may also attend via phone by dialing 1-253-215-8782 and entering meeting

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Trees & Noxious Vegetation Ordinance Goes Into Effect May 15th

CITY OF HALSEYPUBLIC NOTICE – TREES AND NOXIOUS VEGETATION All Residents and Property Owners in the City of Halsey, Notice is hereby given: Per Halsey Municipal Code 5.05.150 Trees and Noxious Vegetation, between May 15 and September 30 of any year, no owner or person in charge of property shall allow noxious vegetation to be on the property or in

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Planning Commission Vacancy

The City is currently accepting applications for a Planning Commission Member, and will continue to do so until the position is filled. The Planning Commission meets 3-4 times/year on weekday evenings. A meeting is called only if there is an issue the Planning Commission needs to consider. The Planning Commission is made up of citizens and fills a very important

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Welcome New Librarian, Sara Cooper!

Meet your new Librarian, Sara Cooper! As a kid, Sara grew up going to the library weekly throughout the summers. She volunteered at a Public Library in high school and at Geisel Library at UCSD as an undergraduate. Sara has worked as a domestic violence crisis counselor for the last four years. She has been married for nearly twenty-five years

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Electronic Waste Disposal at City Hall

Dead batteries? Empty printer cartridges? Old cell phones?Don’t put it in the landfill! Simply throwing electronic waste inthe trash may be the easiest option at the time, but it can causemore harm than many realize. Electronic waste can take thousands of years to decompose. During that time, it has a damaging and long-lasting effect on the environment. Toxic chemicals such

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