You are invited to a ribbon cutting on Wednesday, June 26th at 11AM for the SW Jetty Realignment Project in Cutler City.
For the full invitation click here.
Visit www.lincolncity.org/fireworks for detailed information on fireworks use in Lincoln City.
Lincoln City Parks and Recreation has been selected to receive a $30,000 play space grant from the National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) and The Walt Disney Company. This investment supports NRPA and Disney’s combined goal of providing one million kids and families with greater access to play.
Part of the national Meet Me at the Park Play Spaces grant program, park and recreation agencies across the country were invited to share their best ideas on increasing access to play spaces for children and families in their communities. Agencies with the most innovative and impactful project ideas were chosen to receive $30,000 grants to build their projects.
Lincoln City Parks and Recreation is the 1st Parks and Recreation agency in Oregon to be chosen for this grant program, and will use the $30k grant to build a brand new Nature Play Space, including a “Story Circle” with trails, in a new park being constructed at SE 3rd and Keel.
“We are thrilled to have the support of NRPA and The Walt Disney Company in building our 1st Nature Play area in Lincoln City., said Jeanne Sprague, Lincoln City Parks and Recreation Director. “We hope to incorporate many park amenities into our new Park located at SE 3rd and Keel, and this is the 1st step in the right direction.”
“NRPA is proud to collaborate with The Walt Disney Company to help more children and families experience the benefits of play,” said Kellie May, NRPA vice president of programs. “By increasing access to play spaces, this program will also provide unique activities tailored to the local community that support healthy lifestyles.”
For more information about Lincoln City Parks and Recreation, visit lincityoregon.org/parksandrec.
To learn more about Meet Me at the Park, visit www.nrpa.org/meetmeatthepark.
Have you ever wondered about the local history behind a building? The City is excited to share a grant was received from the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) through the Oregon Main Streets Program, to conduct a walking survey of the commercial historic properties along Highway 101.
Two staff members accompanied by two interns with the SHPO will be in town Monday, June 24th through Wednesday, June 26th. The public may see the team in the community throughout the week photographing properties and collecting preliminary information. The walking survey will focus on buildings around 50 years old or older throughout the business corridor of the Pearls along Hwy 101.
The survey’s findings will help the city determine the historic integrity of buildings throughout the historic business districts of Lincoln City. The information can help the city leverage historic assets to encourage economic growth and revitalization. There are no decisions being made at the time of the survey and properties will not be designated historic in any way as a direct result of the survey work being done.
Please note that the team will have proper identification and will not need to enter private property. All photography will be completed from the public right-of-way and private homes won’t be surveyed. Property owners do not need to be present, but are welcome to provide the SHPO staff with any historical information that they possess about their commercial buildings. If you have questions about the survey, contact the Planning and Community Development Department (541-996-2153).
The Lincoln City Planning and Community Development Department is working hard on long term projects and addressing daily planning concerns.
- Draft Design Standards are now open for public comment. The survey asks for community feedback and engagement on design aspects for the City such as; pedestrian spaces, parking, building design, coastal design character and more. Take the survey here.
- Senior Planner, AnneMarie Skinner has been conducting public outreach along HWY 101 in regards to the City’s sign regulations. She will be presenting her findings to the Planning Commission. The Planning Commission will begin work studying the topic on June 18th and July 2nd.
- The Building Code Division has issued new single family home permits. The Division continues to oversee code violations and respond accordingly.
- The next Planning Commission meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, June 18th at 6pm in the Council Chambers at City Hall.
- The North Lincoln City Comprehensive Plan Amendment for the area known as the Villages has been submitted and will be discussed at the Planning Commission Meeting scheduled for July 16, 2019. There is a City Council Public Hearing tentatively scheduled for August 26, 2019.
- The zoning code is currently being reviewed in reference to the establishment and use of emergency caches addressing tsunami resilience.
- If you have questions or concerns for the Lincoln City Planning Department can be reached at 541-996-2153. You can also visit the website here.