The entire Keizer City Council was in attendance for a meeting on Monday, Feb. 5, to discuss a variety of topics that created both hearty agreement and disagreement amongst the members.
Author: Quinn Stoddard
Last week on Jan. 31, the Salem-Keizer Public School district put out a video on various social media platforms describing their current offer as they continue to bargain with Salem- Keizer teachers. In response, the Salem-Keizer Education Association (SKEA) made a response video highlighting the good and bad about the district’s offer.
Since the city’s inception, the Public Works department has been working behind the scenes to ensure that the amenities we enjoy and which make us civilized, such as clean water, are available.
The American Taekwondo Association Keizer dojang, or “school” in Korean, located on River Road, has been open for decades while delivering a consistent message: Martial arts is about more than just violence.
Flooding in Keizer is nothing new for the residents who live here, however, the issue should not be taken lightly.
Check out just a few of the volunteering options open to members of the Keizer community.
Check out what happened at Keizer city governments various committees, commissions and boards.
In an effort to learn more about what direction Keizer’s leaders want to take the city in, Keizertimes reached out to gather those aspirations.
Last week, Jan. 15 – 19, Keizer saw a lot of inclement weather from snow and ice to freezing rain resulting in the closing of school and businesses for the better part of the week, though Keizer’s emergency service workers received no such relief.
Recent 2023 graduation rates released by the Oregon Department of Education revealed that five of Salem-Keizer Public Schools’ six high schools rank above the state average four-year graduation rate