Month: January 2018


As January quickly comes to a close the City is wasting no time moving forward with future projects.

  • The Urban Renewal Agency and the City are partnering to issue a development offering on February 1st, for eight properties through a “Request For Expressions of Interest.”
  • The Parks and Recreation Department Director, Jeanne Sprague and Visitor & Convention Bureau Director, Ed Dreistadt are researching the full extent of lifting the deed restrictions at Regatta Park and what it would mean for the City.
  • The Public Works Department has been working diligently to ensure the safety of the community by placing safety barriers and removing dangerous debris left by the recent storms.
  •  Driftwood Public Library has been installing Little Libraries throughout the community and plans to add more in the near future.
  • The Police Department has been working closely with architects and is moving forward to design an ideal building.

The City is hard at work in the New Year.  For continued updates and to stay informed visit the City’s website at









Most of us were asleep at 3:17am on Tuesday, January 23, 2018 when the recent Tsunami alert was issued. This is a reminder that emergencies can happen at any time.  The City of Lincoln City wants to remind everyone to sign up for emergency notifications. Lincoln Alerts is the emergency notification system used by Lincoln City and Lincoln County. You can sign up for notifications at  It is also an opportunity to discuss with your family in the event of an emergency what your plan of action is.  There are many educational resources available about emergency preparedness on the City’s website at as well as on Lincoln County’s website  For additional information on tsunamis visit and Please take the time to be aware and prepare.