The City of Keizer is soliciting applications for volunteers to be considered to serve for multiple committees.
The Keizer Transit Center will undergo construction beginning Thursday, Aug. 10 and running through the end of the year.
One of Oregon’s cultural and historical touchstones returns this weekend just north of Keizer. The 2023 Great Oregon Steam Up will be held Powerland Heritage Park on Brookline Rd., between River Rd. and Interstate 5. The premier attraction are the many steam-operated tractors as well as a steam-powered sawmill and[Read More…]
A PERS reporting error by the City of Keizer could cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, according to City Manager Adam Brown.
The 40th reunion of the McNary High School Class of 1983 is scheduled for Friday-Sunday, Aug. 11-13. Organizers are seeking as many classmates as they can. The reunion kicks off at 6 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 11, with a no host bar/food on the patio at The View Restaurant at[Read More…]
Meeting: Thursday, July 20 Committee members in attendance: Jamie Davis (Chair), Mike DiBlasi, David Dempster, Rick Kuehn, Tammy Saldivar, Hersch Sangster City liaison: Councilor Robert Husseman Absent: Brenda Lamb, Mike Griffin, public works liaison, Dave LaDay, Keizer Police liaison. What happened: Three members of the public addressed the committee on[Read More…]
A Marion County Circuit Court judge on Thursday sentenced a Silverton man to 17 years in prison for killing a pedestrian in Keizer as he led police on a car chase that ended with a shootout in a northeast Salem parking lot in 2021.
July’s Keizer Community Dinner is their annual BBQ menu. The dinner, free to the public, will be served from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 26, at St. Edward Catholic Church at 5303 River Road N. This month’s dinner is collaboration of the many volunteers who have helped over[Read More…]
At Tuesday’s meeting, the three newly elected directors were sworn in to their positions. Kevin Clark and Louis Risewick are new to the Board, while Betty Hart won re-election for her position.
Devon Kraxberger and Jose Ceja addressed the Keizer City Council on Monday, July 17, asking for help regarding flooding of their respective properties due to a beaver dam.