January 23, 2017 – City Council Opening
December 14, 2016–Planning Commission Opening
September 26, 2016–Planning Commission is accepting applications for a Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) for Dunes City’s Zoning and Development Code (Chapter 155).
August 15, 2016–Dunes City Expo- 10am to 3pm on August 20th.
August 15, 2016–Planning Commission Openings
April 14, 2016-Budget Committee Meetings
April 13, 2016-Oregon Dunes Triathlon Volunteers Needed for May 7, 2016
February 22, 2016-Oregon Dunes Triathlon Volunteers Needed for May 7, 2016
Burning Permits are available at Dunes City Hall or Siuslaw Valley Fire Department in Florence. The Burning permits are free.
Volunteers for Siuslaw Valley Fire District Needed-http://www.svfr.org/volunteer/
August 6, 2015-Public Notice Looking for Quotes for Siding Repair
April 2, 2015-Oregon Dunes Triathlon Volunteer Contest
March 5, 2015-City Council Goal Setting
February 10, 2015-City Council Goal Setting
January 14, 2015-Dunes City Seeks to Fill Committee Vacancies
December 12, 2014-You are invited to the Mayor’s Banquet and Potluck
November 5, 2014–Cougar Sightings
April 8, 2014 –Bicycle and Pedestrian Needs Assessment at Dunes City thru Surveys and Meetings from April thru June
March 3, 2014 – Dunes City Resident Receives Lane Council of Governments’ “Outstanding Citizen of the Year” Award for 2013
January 6, 2014 – Citizen Advisory Committee Appointments
August 28, 2012
Dunes City, Oregon
Contact: Jamie Mills, President, Dunes City Council, c/o firstname.lastname@example.org
For Immediate Release
Dunes City, Oregon – Signs will be popping up all over in Dunes City, especially around Woahink and Siltcoos Lakes. The Dunes City Water Quality Committee, with the full support of the Dunes City Council, has acquired signs reminding water sports enthusiasts that the waters of Woahink and Siltcoos Lakes are a drinking water source and to please help keep them clean and safe.
“Many visitors to this area don’t realize that when they are boating or fishing in Woahink and Siltcoos, they are using the drinking water source of the people who live around the lakes,” said Water Quality Committee Chairman and Dunes City Council President Jamie Mills, “and if they are staying in a campground or a vacation home in the area – they are likely drinking the water, too. Our hope is to just give a gentle reminder to the folks who live and play here that this water is important to us.”
Dunes City presented three signs to Honeyman State Park for posting at various locations where there is significant human activity in or near the water. Lane County has already posted the signs on the bridges that cross Woahink on Canary Road. Mills said many private business owners have agreed to post the signs at their resorts and boat ramps. She hopes the State will allow the signs to be posted on Highway 101 as well.
Said Mills, “Special thanks go to the members of the Water Quality Committee who helped design the signs and make arrangements for their posting on private property. We have a great group of hard-working people at Dunes City.” For more information, contact Jamie Mills at Dunes City Hall.