Driftwood Public Library is delighted to announce the schedule of mystery writers for its 15th annual Dark & Stormy Night series for this October. This will be the 15th year in which the library invites genre authors to speak in Lincoln City. The series takes place at the library at 4:00 Thursday afternoons in October, beginning October 4th.
For the full story and history on the Dark and Stormy Night Author Series visit Driftwood Public Library/Dark & Stormy Night.
After years of being battered by wind storms, the City Council approved $450,000 to make needed repairs on the Taft Dock. Bergerson Construction, out of Astoria, Oregon, has been awarded the contract to do the work.
The project will start Monday, September 17th, 2018. At that time, there will be no access to the dock. The project is scheduled to be completed by November 9th, 2018.
The project includes upgrading the Taft Dock by replacing the 2 piles, replacing the substructure beneath the deck, installing 1,960 BF of 2×6 and 6,350 BF of plastic lumber for decking and rails, bring the dock up to ADA standards and other miscellaneous safety standards.
There will be a community meeting on Wednesday, September 12th st the Taft 51st Street Park (the picnic shelter at the west end of SW 51st), from 4:00-6:00pm. There will be City officials there to answer your questions about the project.
For further information on the Taft Dock repair, please go to the Lincoln City’s webpage, www.lincolncity.org. or call the Public Works Department at 541-996-2154.
Lincoln City, through K&E Excavating, will remove an abandoned water line on D-River Bridge on September 6th. This will require reducing northbound traffic to one lane as shown on this map. K&E will do this work from 7 pm to 6 am. Please plan your travel through is area accordingly and we thank you for your patience.
The final draft of the Imagine Lincoln City vision statement is now available for public review and comment. Click the link below to view the final draft. The Planning Commission will review the statement on Tuesday, September 4th, and the City Council will review it on Monday, September 24th. Both meetings are in the Council Chambers at City Hall, and these meetings begin at 6:00pm. Comments can be submitted to: email@example.com, or mail to PO Box 50, Lincoln City, OR 97367.
The City of Lincoln City is excited to share the new Octopus Logo with the community. The Octopus adds a fresh perspective to the historic beauty of Lincoln City. The new logo has completed the process to become a service mark ℠ and the City has claimed the rights to the Octopus. Therefore, the City logo and all of its variations can only be used with the permission and according to the standards of the City.
The City of Lincoln City kindly requests that any entity wishing to use the new logo, to first contact Explore Lincoln City (previously known as the Visitor and Convention Bureau) at 541-996-1274.
Additional history on the Octopus can be found here.
This stunning photo will be featured in the 2019 Caselle Calendar.