A Keizer Station In-N-Out location may begin construction as soon as June.
At a meeting of the Keizer Planning Commission on May 8, Keizer Development Director Nate Brown said the location could open as soon as late November.
A message from Jim Lockington, a new store development manager with the fan-favorite burger chain, to city officials confirms that the chain is moving ahead with its plans.
Lockington said that the chain’s escrow on the property will close around May 17 and an on-site pre-construction meeting is planned for June 6 with construction commencing immediately.
“The floor plan that we are building on this site is a brand new floor plan. We recently did some internal coordination with our operations department and our go-to trade contractors and have made some changes to the permit-ready plans,” Lockington said.
The Keizer location will be the third one in Oregon and the farthest north on Interstate 5 from the chain’s California origins.