Tony Ling heaves storm debris overhead at a disposal location near Keizer Little League Park on Ridge Drive Northeast.
Need assistance checking on someone who is might be in distress? Call 503-588-5108. Additional resource information available at the number, but no outage updates.
SNAP recipients who lost food as a result of the power outage may be able to have some of their monthly funds restored. Visit the Keizer Department of Human Services office at 3420 Cherry Avenue, Suite 110, to file the proper paperwork. If you can’t make it to the office, call 503-373-0808 to report the loss immediately. You then have 10 days to file the appropriate forms. Homeowners insurance policies may also cover some losses.
St. Edward Catholic Church, 5303 River Road N., and Salem Evangelical Church are offering daytime warming centers while power outages continue. Salem Evangelical’s site opens at 10 a.m. daily and St. Edward opens at noon. Snacks and device charging are available at both sites. COVID-19 precautions are in place.
Yard debris can be dropped off, at no charge, at the south parking lot of Keizer Little League Park at 5245 Ridge Drive N.
Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Sunday, Feb. 21. Future hours will be based on need.
Keizer volunteers armed with chain saws, axes, mobile power packs, and a trailer assembled to support those who are need it. Fill out an assistance request form or volunteer to help at tinyurl.com/kzrice.