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Archwood Drive road closure for street repairs

Archwood Drive road closure for street repairs

The City of Longview Street Division will be repairing broken concrete street panels on
Archwood Drive at the southwest intersection of West Lynnwood Drive. Construction work is
scheduled to begin at 7:00 a.m. Monday, May 21 and is estimated to be completed within two
weeks.

Archwood Drive will be closed at the Southwestern intersection of West Lynnwood Drive.
Traffic will be detoured to the north eastern intersection of Archwood Drive and West
Lynnwood Drive.

2019-2020 tourism funds available for projects that support or maintain tourism in Longview

The City of Longview is taking applications for the funding of projects that support or maintain tourism in Longview. An example of projects that qualify might include but are not limited to festivals or events, advertising brochures, etc. The deadline for submitting an application is 6:00 p.m. on  Monday, June 25, 2018. 

 

41% of COWLITZ COUNTY HOUSEHOLDS CAN’T AFFORD BASICS-RECESSION NOT OVER FOR WORKING FAMILIES

41% of COWLITZ COUNTY HOUSEHOLDS CAN’T AFFORD BASICS-RECESSION NOT OVER FOR WORKING FAMILIES

Note: Downloadable state-by-state, and county-by-county data on the scope of household financial instability in 2016 across the region is available with the links and passwords below.

• Washington: https://www.unitedwayalice.org/washington
Password: LiveUnitedWA

Garage-Yard Sales Guidelines

Garage-Yard Sales Guidelines

The City of Longview would like to remind residents that while conducting a garage sale does
not require a permit, garage sales are a regulated activity within city limits. Sales of
secondhand merchandise conducted from residences and designated as garage sales, estate
sales, yard sales, and/or moving sales are allowed without a permit provided they are
conducted under the following requirements:

This Week at the Lodge ...

This week…

Monday

Moose a Palooza Game night.  Special Drink Prices…

 

Tuesday

Bingo @ 6:00

Progressive Bingo is $184 with 9 numbers.

Queen of Hearts is $752 with 40 cards.

Kitchen will be open @ 5:00 serving Burgers and Chicken Strips.

 

Wednesday

Longview Senior Center Benefit Dance.

Music starts @ 7:00.

$15 admission, includes food.

 

Thursday

Bingo @ 6:00

Progressive Bingo

Hillcrest reservoir and pump station improvements utility work

Hillcrest reservoir and pump station improvements utility work

Tapani, Inc. from Battle Ground, Washington, in conjunction with Michels Corporation from
Salem, Oregon, will rehabilitate stormwater lines using Cured-In-Place-Pipe (CIPP) method
starting at the Hillcrest Reservoir to West Hill Drive. The construction is scheduled to begin
on Monday, May 14 and will be completed by Thursday, May 17.

During this work, the following roads will have traffic impacts:

Longview City Info Weekly

NW Voices Presents Author Jon Gosch

Come join us for the next NW Voices events on Tuesday, May 22 featuring author Jon Gosch. The author of Deep Fire Rise will present a workshop from 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. at LCC in Main 147 and a reading at the Longview Public Library beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Magazine Reading Room.

This Week at the Lodge ...

This week at the lodge…

 

Monday

Moose a Palooza game night.  Special Drink Prices… Lots of fun!  People are raving about our game night…gotta try it!

 

Tuesday

Bingo @ 6:00

Progressive $112 with 7 numbers.

Queen of Hearts is $631 with 42 cards left.

Texas Holdem Tournament starts @ 7:00

Kitchen will be open @ 5:00, serving the regular menu, plus Prime Rib French Dips.

 

Thursday

Bingo @ 6:00

Progressive Bingo

Hot Dogs

 

Sunday

2018 Longview Public Library 2-D Artwork Juried Show

2018 Longview Public Library 2-D Artwork Juried Show

The submissions accepted into this year’s Juried Art Show will be on display in the Koth
Memorial Gallery at Longview Public Library from May 1 until May 31. Come see the
original pieces created by artists in Washington and Oregon for this year’s theme “Bridges,”
including the grand prize winning artwork that will become part of the library’s permanent
collection.

Longview City Info Weekly

April 26 City Council Meeting in brief

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