Have you seen the giant spruce in Regatta Park. It’s huge and so cool. It’s estimated to be over 400 years old. It’s just a short walk in the open space that’s an important part of the park.
To honor this beautiful tree and Lincoln City’s native american – Siletz Tribe heritage the City Council named this tree Nuu-k’wii-daa-naa-ye’
Take the time to see this beautiful tree. You won’t be disappointed.
During the August 13, 2018 City Council meeting the LC Council tabled a public hearing to consider realigning SW Jetty in Cutler City. The proposed realignment would eliminate the one-way SW Jetty Ave. and create a new two-way road at approximately 61st South.
If you’d like to speak to this topic, please attend the City Council meeting on August 27, 2018. For information, contact Ron Chandler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On August 13, 2018 the City Council adopted Ordinance 2018-08 which regulates the disposal of animal waste.
From a practical stand-point, when you’re walking your dog or other animal you will be required to remove and dispose of any fecal matter left by your animal on the sidewalk, street, right-of-way, park or other public areas in the City. You’ll also be required to remove and dispose of any fecal matter left by your dog or animal on any property you don’t own.
You’re also required to carry with you a bag to pick up after your dog or animal. Bags are found throughout the City such as the beach entrances, at the Outlet Stores and other locations. Old plastic bags can be reused by picking up animal waste.
See the City’s web page to view the entire ordinance.