Linn County Burn Ban "The   Linn   County   Fire   Defense   Board   has   unanimously   agreed   to   invoke   a complete   fire   ban   throughout   all   of   Linn   County   effective   immediately   and lasting until further notice. With    temperatures    expected    to    remain    sustained    over    100    degrees throughout    the    week,    fire    departments    are    instituting    the    ban    as    a preventative   measure   against   wild   land   and   structure   fires   during   this   period of extreme fire danger. The    complete    ban    means    that    all    fires    are    strictly    prohibited,    including recreational   fires   in   backyard   fire   pits   throughout   the boundaries   of   Linn   County   fire   districts,   including   the Lebanon Fire District. For    more    information    contact    the    Lebanon    Fire District at 541-451-1901." -Article Courtesy of the Democrat-Herald
Linn County Sheriff Non-Emergency Line (541)967-3950 Linn County Animal Control (541)967-3925 Burn Information (541)451-1904
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Solar Eclipse
What   an   event   it   was…an   amazing   sight!   Halsey   saw   many   visitors   on August   21,   2017   for   the   total   solar   eclipse.   Enjoy   these   wonderful   photos taken by City Staff!
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Upcoming Events Friday, August 25th Utility Payments Due Monday, Sept. 4th Labor Day, City Hall Closed Sept. 11th-16th Library Closed for Inventory REOCURRING EVENTS: Coffee & Donuts Wednesdays at 9am, Community Center. Welcome! Rumba Fitdance Classes Wednesdays- 6:30 pm Saturdays- 10 am Community Center
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Alyrica   is   working   their   way   through   town   to   deliver   Halsey   residents   high speed fiber internet. Fiber   installation   is   complete   in   some   areas   on   the   West   side   of   town,   and they   are   ready   to   begin   hooking   up   customers   to   service.   Alyrica   has   split Halsey   into   sections,   and   will   be   connecting   customers   to   service   section   by section.   If   all   residents   in   a   particular   section   sign   up   at   the   same   time,   that section   will   be   prioritized   for   connection   for   efficiency.   Service   to   the   East side of town is expected to be complete sometime in 2018. A   map   of   the   sections   is   available   for   viewing   below,   as   well   as   at   City   Hall. Locate   your   home   on   the   map,   and   have   your   section   code   available   when you   call   Alyrica   to   sign   up.   Customers   can   have   service   run   to   their   home free   of   charge   during   this   initial   installation   period,   so   it’s   a   good   idea   to   get set up-even if you do not want service at this time. Click here  for pricing details.
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Paving of West 5th, M, & L Streets A   project   to   pave   the   gravel   sections   of   West   5th,   M,   and   L Streets    is    scheduled    for    Monday    August    28th    through Wednesday August 30th. A   map   of   the   area   to   be   paved   can   be   found   here .       The   sections   of   5th,   L, and   M   Streets   shown   on   the   map   will   be   closed   to   all   traffic   during   this project.    Residents   will   need   to   make   arrangements   to   stay   home   during   this time,   stay   with   a   friend   or   family   member,   or   park   on   adjacent   streets   and walk    to    and    from    their    residence.       Traffic    on    West    4th    Street    may    be interupted at times, but is not part of the project and will remain open. The   City   and   Infrastructure   Committee   have   prioritized   paving   on   these streets   due   to   the   fact   that   they   are   some   of   the   only   remaining   gravel streets   in   Halsey.   The   city   has   also   received   requests   for   this   project   from residents    in    the    area.We    realize    that    this    is    an    inconvenience,    but    we beleive   that   this   will   be   a   great   improvement   for   Halsey   and   it’s   residents. We very much appreciate your cooperation and patience. If you have any questions, please call City Hall at (541)369-2522.