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Longview Fire Marshal Emphasizes Fire Safety

Longview Fire Marshal Emphasizes Fire Safety

With the continued warm weather and the lack of any measurable precipitation, Longview Fire Marshal Jon Dunaway warns that this Fourth of July season presents a higher than normal fire danger and encourages fire safety be on the minds of everyone as they enjoy the warm weather and celebrate Independence Day.

Longview Police Records

Longview Police Records

Beginning today, Thursday, July 1, 2021, Longview Police Department has started a new
law enforcement records division. The city of Longview has contracted with Cowlitz
County since 1991 for this service.

“We appreciate all of the hard work that Cowlitz County Law Enforcement Records staff
have done over the last 30 years to support our department. Your support

Have you had a Bigfoot experience? We want to hear your story!

A globally televised series will be filming this summer!

If you will be attending the Kelso Longview sQuatch Fest 2021 (7/30-7/31) and want to share your story, please submit a short description of your experience to:

BFWitness2021@Gmail.com

Select individuals will be given the opportunity to share their story with the world!

Longview City Info Weekly

City Council

NO meeting tonight

Next meeting
Tuesday, July 13, 2021
7:00 p.m. - City Council Meeting – hybrid meeting

Agendas can be found a week before the meeting at www.mylongview.com under "Agendas & Minutes".

 

Longview Police Records

Beginning today, Thursday, July 1, 2021, Longview Police Department has started a new law enforcement records division.  The city of Longview has contracted with Cowlitz County since 1991 for this service. 

Rotary Club of Longview's "People of Action" Newsletter

Rotary Club of Longview's "People of Action" Newsletter

 

Determination of severe weather event concluded

Determination of severe weather event concluded

City Manager Kurt Sacha has determined that the severe weather event designated on June 26, 2021 will conclude today, June 30, 2021. The weather forecast now indicates that high temperatures in Longview are expected to be below 90 degrees.

Pursuant to LMC 7.30, permitted emergency shelters may continue to provide emergency shelter services for up to but not beyond two more days.

For more information on permitted severe weather shelters, please contact the Community Development department at 360.442.5087.

New L&I webinars provide details on new agricultural overtime law

New L&I webinars provide details on new agricultural overtime law

To help agricultural employers and workers understand the changes in the new law regarding overtime for agricultural workers, the Washington Department of Labor & Industries has scheduled a series of webinars.

With passage of Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5172, dairy workers will be eligible for overtime after working 40 hours in a workweek effective July 25, 2021.

Ecological Land Services, Inc. (ELS) is looking for the next great addition to our team!

Chief Executive Officer

Ecological Land Services, Inc. (ELS) is looking for the next great addition to our team! ELS is an environmental consulting firm serving the Pacific Northwest and Southeast Alaska. We specialize in land, water, and shoreline projects involving wetlands, streams, wildlife, habitat, and endangered, threatened, and sensitive species.

New Four-Way Stop Intersection

New Four-Way Stop Intersection

As previously shared, the intersection of Columbia Heights Road / Fishers Lane / Long Avenue will be converted from a two-way stop to a four-way stop. The conversion of this two-way stop intersection to a four-way stop intersection will take place on Sunday, July 11, 6:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

One-lane closures should be expected. Motorists should expect delays throughout the day and are advised to use alternative routes if available.

Inslee statement on economic reopening

Inslee statement on upcoming economic reopening

Gov. Jay Inslee released a statement today ahead of Washington’s upcoming June 30 reopening for individuals and businesses preparing to return to normal capacity and operations.

“Washington has come a long way since the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the country was found in our state January 2020, and that is in no small part due to Washingtonians’ dedication and resilience in protecting themselves and their communities throughout the pandemic.

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