Keizer declares state of emergency

On Friday, March 20, the City of Keizer declared a state of emergency in relation to the spread of the COVID-19 virus. 

The action was taken not because of a Keizer-borne outbreak, but to position the city to take advantage of resources should one take place, said City Manager Chris Eppley. 

“One of the tools available to us is an emergency declaration. This is a step we believe should . . .

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