Keizer City Council Regular Session.
American Red Cross coming to St. Edwards to start Blood Drive Sep. 29.
The West Keizer Neighborhood Association is joining forces with the teachers and parents at Cummings Elementary School to sponsor a beautification project for the school’s playground. The event will be held on Saturday, Sept. 24 from 9 a.m. – noon. Work will include spreading bark chips, weeding the playground and[Read More…]
Keizer City Council meets on Monday, Oct. 3rd at 7 p.m. in regular session. The following options are available if you wish to view or participate in the meeting: Attend the meeting in person in the City Council Chambers View the live broadcast on Comcast Channel 23 (within the[Read More…]
Members of the McNary High School band and color guard will spread throughout Keizer neighborhoods on Saturday, Sept. 17, to collect redeemable cans and bottles as a fundraiser to the benefit the band program, including updating the marching uniforms for the first time in 17 years. Teams of band members[Read More…]
GALLERY: Images from the first day of school at Claggett Creek Middle School, Gubser Elementary, McNary High School and Keizer Elementary
The Marion County Reentry Initiative will be holding a no-cost Second Chance Breakfast on Oct. 27 at 7 a.m. at the Keizer Community Center, and the public is invited to attend. The event, usually scheduled once per year, raises funds for individuals who have fulfilled their debt to society and[Read More…]
(Charles Glenn/Keizertimes) West Keizer residents want some help with slowing down traffic on Cummings Lane, particularly near where it intersects with Shoreline Dr. N. According to West Keizer Neighborhood Association president Rhonda Rich and Parks Board member Mike DeBlasi, it’s a public safety issue. “The safety of the children at[Read More…]
A recent satisfaction survey by the City of Salem revealed that homelessness has become the most important issue facing voters. The number of voters listing homelessness as the most important issue facing the region rose from 7% to 58% from 2016 to 2021. Keizer is better-positioned to face these challenges[Read More…]
From left to right: Rolando, Naylani, Omar, Rosalinda and Leo Navarro at the SEKCC back to school event, Aug. 26 Southeast Keizer Community Center (SEKCC) in Keizer held a back-to-school event for more than two dozen Keizer elementary and high school students on Aug. 26. featuring backpacks filled with school[Read More…]