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Oregon Way Road Construction

Oregon Way Road Construction

Please be aware of road construction on Oregon Way July 1, 2 and July 6, 7, 2021.
 One lane closures northbound and southbound
 One lane closures on Oregon Way from Baltimore Street to Tennant Way from 6:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
 Intermittent intersection closures at Baltimore Street
 Intersection of Baltimore Street and Oregon Way periodically blocked for up to 20 minutes
 No on street parking on Oregon Way from Baltimore Street to Tennant Way
 Cypress Street CLOSED at Oregon Way

Water Shortage Emergency – Cancelled

Water Shortage Emergency – Cancelled

Production of chlorine has resumed. Water restrictions have been lifted, customers may return to normal water consumption.

Thank you for your water conservation measures. We thank you for your patience.

Full Street Night Closure: California Way from Baltimore Street to 7th Avenue

Full Street Night Closure
California Way from Baltimore Street to 7th Avenue

Street improvements are scheduled to start on California Way from Baltimore Street to the 7th Avenue intersection on Thursday, July 1, 2021, 7:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m. This is a full street closure on California Way from Baltimore Street to 7th Avenue and a traffic detour will be provided around work area using other streets.

Motorist should expect delays during this time. Local access to business will be provided by Contractor during closure.

​WorkSource Vancouver will be hosting a virtual hiring fair on July 14th, 2021 from 11AM-1PM

WorkSource Vancouver will be hosting a virtual hiring fair on July 14th, 2021 from 11AM-1PM.

Veterans will get first priority by being able to attend from 10:30AM-11AM. Register today to meet with over 50 companies hiring in SW Washington and Portland!

 

Register Here: https://bit.ly/3xYNqFG

 

Regional Virtual Hiring Event:

Determination of severe weather event

Determination of severe weather event

Pursuant to Ordinance No. 3357 adopted by the Longview City Council and codified as LMC 7.30, Severe Weather Shelters, City Manager Kurt Sacha has determined that a severe weather event is imminent based on forecasted hot weather conditions beginning Saturday, June 26, 2021. High temperatures are currently predicted by the National Weather Service to be near or above 100 degrees.

The Longview Fire Department encourages citizens to be prepared, safe, and responsible with fireworks

The Longview Fire Department encourages citizens to be prepared, safe, and responsible with fireworks

With fireworks sales beginning on Monday, June 28, Longview Fire Marshal Jon Dunaway reminds residents to use fireworks safely and responsibly and to comply with all local and state laws.

Longview City Info Weekly

Determination of severe weather event

Pursuant to Ordinance No. 3357 adopted by the Longview City Council and codified as LMC 7.30, Severe Weather Shelters, City Manager Kurt Sacha has determined that a severe weather event is imminent based on forecasted hot weather conditions beginning Saturday, June 26, 2021. High temperatures are currently predicted by the National Weather Service to be near or above 100 degrees.

Position: Office Manager/Bookkeeper

Friends of Cloud Mountain,  Castle Rock

 

JOB ID: 228785289  WorkSource WA.com

Position: Office Manager/Bookkeeper

Wage: $20-22

Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-4pm

Benefits: Group medical, vision and dental insurance; 10 days paid vacation annually; paid sick leave; retreat participation opportunities, meals provided while on site. Not all holidays are observed

 

The Cowlitz Wahkiakum Council of Governments is hiring a Regional Mobility Coordinator

The Cowlitz Wahkiakum Council of Governments is hiring a Regional Mobility Coordinator to aid  in the region’s mobility management. Attached is the job posting. If you know of anyone please send them to our website www.cwcog.org to read the full job description.

Regional Mobility Coordinator

Water Shortage Emergency – Stage 1 UPDATE

Water Shortage Emergency – Stage 1

UPDATE

Longview Water customers asked to reduce water usage due to chlorine shortage

Our water treatment method uses chlorine (sodium hypochlorite) in very small amounts to ensure our water is safe to drink. The chlorine shortage in our area is caused by an equipment failure at a chlorine manufacturing facility here in Longview.
Longview’s water remains safe to drink.

Staff have implemented measures to extend chlorine supply, while also ensuring that the water remains safe to drink.

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