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City of Sodaville, Oregon
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Water Restriction Notice

Effective Immediately!

HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY!!

The City of Sodaville Water Utility and the City of Sodaville City Council are placing water restrictions on outside watering. Water Restriction Rates will apply and enforcement will start as of 09/11/2020.

No outside water use includes:

  • No watering of lawns.
  • No sprinklers or underground drip systems.
  • No filling of swimming pools.
  • No washing of cars, decks, buildings, sidewalks etc.
  • Watering of gardens will not be restricted

Due to this years lack of adequate rainfall and continued hot and dry conditions the City’s wells are at extremely low conditions and the rate of customer usage is greater than the City’s water production.

The City’s priority is to supply all of its residents with water for bathing, cooking and drinking during this restriction, and to reduce water usage to winter months’ averages until the rainy season begins again and refills the aquifers.

All other water conservation will be greatly appreciated.

If you have any water concerns or problems please let us know by calling Public Works Director Stan Smith at 541-401-8537 or City Administrator Judy Smith at City Hall 541-258-8882 or cell 541-905-2590.

This is a NO TOLERANCE ORDER. City Resolution #03-01 in accordance with Ordinance #15-02 allows the City of Sodaville Water Utility to impose a penalty for unauthorized use. This penalty is $500.00 per offence plus water used and will be enforced.


Sodaville@cityofsodaville.org  Phone & Fax: 541-258-8882City Hall Hours: 10am-2pm Mon-Thurs.

“The City of Sodaville is an equal opportunity provider and employer”

 
General Descriptions for the Three Evacuation Levels and Necessary Actions by Residents:

LEVEL I (1)


EVACUATION or PROTECTION ALERT: A wildfire threat is in your area. It would be wise to consider planning and/or packing, in the event an evacuation becomes necessary.


LEVEL II (2)


EVACUATION WARNING or NOTICE: High probability of a need to evacuate.


 You should prepare now by packing necessary items and preparing your family, pets, and vehicle for potential departure. Remember the 6- P’s:


1. A plan for the persons in your family (including a meeting place.)


2. Personal items (including toiletries, food and water for 2-3 days and special personal possessions.)


3. Prescriptions- Have your full, current supply of prescriptions packed.


4. Photographs (and other mementos) which cannot be replaced.


5. Pets (Have a plan in place and pets secured so frightened pets don’t escape fenced yards or kennels.)


6. Papers- Pack all important papers, including reference phone numbers, account numbers, etc.


 Now is the time to move persons with mobility or medical issues.


 If you have livestock or large animals, please move them to a safe place now!


 Please use common sense and evacuate at any time you feel uncomfortable or see active fire behavior.


LEVEL III (3)


EVACUATION REQUEST or ORDER: Occupants of the affected area(s) are asked to leave within a specified time period, by pre-designated route(s). Perimeter roadblocks are typically established. At this stage:


 You should take your family, pets, and necessary items including medications and important papers and evacuate now if you are in a Level III area.


 Check in with your local Red Cross shelter (even if you don’t intend to stay there). Check in with them and let them know where you will be in case y
our family is looking for you.

 Drive with your lights on, safely and SLOWLY remaining aware of your surroundings as you leave.

Sodaville has been trying for something like 3 yrs to complete the fence around the Sport court. We have all the prep work DONE! I am sooo excited to see this about finished, you have No Idea. Huge thanks goes to the local missionaries from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints who came to spend 5+ hours painting the fence poles! They totally blew me away. Mayor Suzie Hibbert

City of Sodaville

Washington Street Paving Project

P/N 20-01

Invitation to Bid


The City of Sodaville is requesting bids for the widening and paving of Washington Street.

Documents may be obtained at Sodaville City Hall 30723 Sodaville Rd., Lebanon, OR 97355 by appointment only during the hours of 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Monday thru Thursday, electronically, or on the City's website at www.sodaville.org . Completed bid documents must be returned no later than 2:00 pm on September 17, 2020. 541-258-8882 sodaville@cityofsodaville.org ​​​​​​​

Click on Announcements Tab to download Documents

CITY OF SODAVILLE

OFFICE OF THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR


The following non-partisan Candidates

will be on the November 3, 2020 Ballot:


Mayor – Lori L. McAllen 
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2 Council Seats At Large –


Adina Olivares    

Jeffery E. Hensley 

Anthony K. Morelos 

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OREGON GOVERNOR KATE BROWN HAS ISSUED THE FOLLOWING:


Starting Friday, July 24, face coverings will be required statewide for children ages 5 and older at indoor public places, and outdoors where 6 feet of distance from others can't be maintained. Masks are recommended for children ages 2-5.


She announced a ban on indoor gatherings of more than 10 people.

Gov. Brown also said statewide gathering limits for indoor venues, restaurants and bars will be 100 people starting Friday. The gathering limit for outdoor venues in Phase 2 counties will remain at 250 people.

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Restaurant and bar service will end at 10 p.m. statewide beginning Friday, Brown said.















PER MAYOR SUZIE HIBBERT


DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS CONCERNS

CITY HALL IS NOT ALLOWING

PUBLIC ENTRANCE AT THIS TIME


FOR UTILITY PAYMENTS:


PLEASE PLACE PAYMENT IN EITHER

 THE WHITE BOX IN THE PARK

IN FRONT OF THE CITY HALL SIGN

OR

IN THE WHITE MAILBOX BY THE

 LOWER PARK BATHROOM


QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS PLEASE CALL

 CITY HALL: 541-258-8882

OR

CITY ADMINISTRATOR JUDY SMITH:

541-905-2590


FOR WATER EMERGENCIES CALL

PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR STAN SMITH:

541-401-8537

Coronavirus








Coronavirus (COVID-19) reports in Oregon Over the coming weeks, it is likely that there will be more cases identified in and around our community.

 During times of uncertainty, our residents will look to us for leadership and guidance. While the City of Sodaville does not provide public health services like Linn County or the State of Oregon, we do provide other critical services that residents rely upon. Here are a few things to remember that will help us fulfill our role as public servants: 

  1. Take care of yourselves and your family.  Specifically, wash your hands frequently and try to avoid hand contact with your face and eyes as much as possible. Also, remember to cover your sneezes and coughs. 
  2. Use sick leave and other leave when appropriate. If you become symptomatic, please err on the side of caution and use your provided sick leave or other leave types to stay home. This will not only allow you to stay at home to rest and recover, but is also courteous to other employees and community members. 
  3. Help keep our community calm. In your interactions with community members, please help them maintain calm and refer them to the Oregon Health Authority for updates and guidance. Here is a link to sign up for Coronavirus updates: https://public.govdelivery.com/accounts/ORDHS/subscriber/new?topic_id=ORDHS_816
  4. You can also sign up for text updates.

 Just like the influenza (flu) virus we need to use common sense and follow the recommendations from health experts in how we prevent and respond to the Coronavirus.





Badges from the late

1800's, early 1900's

stolen from City Hall
Original Spring House Circa 1911


If you receive a letter from 

Service Line Warranty Program, administered by Utility Service Partners, 

please be aware that this

is not endorsed

by the City of Sodaville nor does the City have any future plans of working with the Company.