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Longview City Info Weekly

School Zone Flashing Signs

Longview School District is currently serving walk-up school lunches at five locations. As such, the school zone flashing signs will be operating 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the following locations:

St. Helens Elementary
Kessler Elementary
Monticello Middle School
Northlake Elementary
Mint Valley Elementary

 

Longview Police parking tickets can now be paid on-line

SummerWorks - Summer Youth Employment Program

SummerWorks - Summer Youth Employment Program

Do you work with youth between the ages of 16-21 that live in Clark,
Cowlitz or Wahkiakum counties? SummerWorks may be right for them!

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National Forests in Washington plan for late May phased opening

National Forests in Washington plan for late May phased opening

 

 The USDA Forest Service will maintain its alignment with state “Stay at Home” orders and the first phase of Washington state’s “Reopening of America” plan by conducting a comprehensive review of the agency’s developed recreation sites in Washington in the coming weeks. The agency aims to lift select closures at many Washington national forest trailheads and developed recreation sites by late May.

Washington State Small Business Liaison Team

Washington State Small Business Liaison Team - providing guidance to small business,

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Child Endangerment Arrest

Child Endangerment Arrest

Emergency Food and Shelter Program: Phase 37 and CARES Funds Announcement

Emergency Food and Shelter Program: Phase 37 and CARES Funds Announcement

Longview Police parking tickets can now be paid on-line

Longview Police parking tickets can now be paid on-line

Beginning May 5, 2020, parking tickets issued by Longview Police Department can be paid on-line. A link to the on-line payment portal is available on the police department’s website: https://www.mylongview.com/337/Parking-Enforcement. From the website, go to the section titled “Where Do I Pay My Parking Ticket?” and click on the “REMIT ONLINE” link.

School Zone Flashing Signs

School Zone Flashing Signs

Longview School District is currently serving walk-up school lunches at five locations.

As such, the school zone flashing signs will be operating 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the following locations:
 St. Helens Elementary
 Kessler Elementary
 Monticello Middle School
 Northlake Elementary
 Mint Valley Elementary

Longview Schools e-News

School employees are working hard with students and families to get the most out of remote learning. Read a recent TDN story about remote learning here. In the coming weeks, you will be seeing more and more celebrations of seniors as we try to give them as much recognition as possible. This graduating class is another outstanding group of young people.

Employer Survey to help LCC Explore Bachelor of Applied Science Degree

Lower Columbia College is exploring the possibility of offering a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Organizational Leadership and Technical Management (BAS-OLTM), and we need your input through this brief employer survey to make it happen.

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