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Louisiana Street closure for water line repairs

Louisiana Street closure for water line repairs

The City of Longview utility crews will be replacing water line valves in the area between 23rd Avenue and 24th Avenue on Louisiana Street. Work will begin at 6:30 a.m. Monday, April 29 and end by 4:30 p.m. Thursday, May 2, 2019.

Traffic will be altered through the construction site. To avoid delays, motorists are encouraged to use alternate routes.

14 Day Reset Cleanse + Mother's Day Special

14 Day Reset Cleanse + Mother's Day Special

$25 throughout the month of May

Benefits include:

  • Weight Loss
  • Eliminate gas and bloating
  • Rid yourself of sugar cravings
  • Manage stress & anxiety
  • Flush toxins
  • Elimiate inflammation

Group cleanse starts May 6

Constant support & accountablity from the comfort of your own home

Book & journal provided for detailed informatin & guidance

Enjoy real, whole, clean foods

One-on-one cleanse available as well

West Longview Annexation on hold for public vote

West Longview Annexation on hold for public vote

Longview Police Main Station, Satellite Closed for Memorial

Longview Police Main Station, Satellite Closed for Memorial

Longview Police Department’s main station and satellite office will be closed Wednesday, April 24, 2019 to allow employees to attend the memorial for Cowlitz County Sheriff's Office Deputy Justin DeRosier.

This Week at the Lodge ...

This week at the Moose!...

 

Monday

Cornhole 6-8

 

Tuesday

Bingo @ 6:00.

Progressive Bingo is $462 with 9 numbers.

Queen of Hearts is $127 with 52 cards (just got hit).

Texas Holdem Tournament starts @ 7:00.

Kitchen open @ 5:00, serving the regular menu.

 

Wednesday

LOOM Officer Meeting 6:00.

Last day to get your cornhole entries in for Saturday’s Tournament!

 

Thursday

Bingo @ 6:00

Progressive Bingo

 

Friday

Cornhole Practice 6-8

 

23rd Avenue closure between Hemlock Street and Hudson Street

23rd Avenue closure between Hemlock Street and Hudson Street

The City of Longview Street Division will be repairing broken concrete street panels located on 23rd Avenue near Hemlock St. Construction work is scheduled to begin at 7:00 a.m. Monday, April 22 and is estimated to be completed by 5:00 p.m. Monday, April 29.
23rd Avenue will be closed between Hemlock Street and Hudson Street to all traffic. Traffic will be detoured to 24th Avenue. Local traffic will be able to use 23rd Avenue going south from Hudson St.

Longview City Info Weekly

April 11 City Council Meeting in brief

Electric Vehicle and Emerging Technology Survey

The Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Council of Governments (CWCOG) is conducting a short, online Electric Vehicle and Emerging Technology Survey.  We are reaching out to the Kelso-Longview Chamber of Commerce and asking if you could help spread the word about the survey opportunity to your membership via email, a post on your website, social media, and/or posting a flyer in your office.  I have attached a copy of two different flyers advertising the survey that you can use.  Please feel free to contact me with any questions.  Thank you in advance for helping us to spread the word about this survey that i

Free Phone Help at Longview Public Library

Free Phone Help at Longview Public Library

Phone experts from Cricket Wireless will be at the Longview Public Library to teach a class on the basics of using Android and Apple phones on April 25 and May 2, from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the library auditorium. They will cover operating and navigating your device, common setting functions, making calls, organizing contacts, setting up and checking your voicemail, as well as texting, e-mailing, and using social media from your phone. This class is free, open to the public, and you do not need to register.

Cowlitz County lowers campus flags in remembrance of Deputy Sheriff Justin DeRosier

Cowlitz County lowers campus flags in remembrance of Deputy Sheriff Justin DeRosier

The Cowlitz County Commissioners including all departments and offices stand behind local law enforcement.  As a symbol of that support Cowlitz County Chairman Joe Gardner has directed that all county government buildings lower their flags to half-staff in honor of fallen Deputy Sheriff Justin DeRosier. 

The County encourages other local government entities, citizens and businesses to join in this recognition. 

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