The Keizer City Council came together on Nov. 20, their second monthly regular session, and discussed a variety of topics.
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The Keizer City Council gave final approval to an ordinance that will regulate the permitting process for parades, special events and street closures for block parties.
Keizer City Council will meet on Monday, September at 7 p.m. in regular session.
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The city is addressing traffic issues in Keizer including the installation of a speed table on Cummings Lane at Delight Avenue. The city is also planning a speed study on Claggett Street NE in response to resident complaints there.
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.
Keizer City Council will meet on Monday, July 17th at 7 p.m. in regular session.The following options are available if you wish to view or participate in the meeting: AGENDAKEIZER CITY COUNCILREGULAR SESSIONMonday, July 17, 20237:00 p.m.Robert L. Simon Council ChambersKeizer, Oregon 1. CALL TO ORDER 2. ROLL CALL 3.[Read More…]
The Keizer City Council meeting on Monday, July 3, was relatively short, but busy as several ordinances affecting residents were passed.
A resolution authorizing Keizer City Manager Adam Brown to enter into a construction contract with a company owned by City Councilor Kyle Juran, led to the walk out by fellow Councilor Robert Husseman.
There was something for everybody at the nearly five hour Keizer City Council meeting on Monday, June 5. Pride, history, dogs, budgets, fees and domed playing fields and more were on the agenda.
The most contentious item facing the council was the proposed Lava Dome at Keizer Little League Park.
For the first time in years there will not be a city-sponsored series of concerts at Keizer Rapids Park in 2023.