Day: September 28, 2020

Lincoln City Community Center Phase 2 Reopening Oct 5th

Lincoln City Parks and Recreation Prepare for Re-Opening Lincoln City Community Center

[Lincoln City, OR, Sept 30, 2020] Since March, Lincoln City Parks and Recreation (LCP&R) has focused on going virtual to support community via continued recreation, education, and activities for wellness of mind and body for all ages. And they’re still going strong, virtually! On a daily basis, LCP&R offers a variety of virtual fitness classes, dance parties, story time, cooking classes, meditations, trail hikes, camp activities, interactive FB posts and contests and special events like Arbor Day and Mascot Parade – all free for the public.

With approval for Phase II, LCP&R is focused on “Moving Forward Together.” The anticipated re-opening has multiple changes to comply with Oregon Health Authority’s guidelines for our Parks & Open Spaces and Lincoln City Community Center so the public can enjoy our spaces and facilities safely.

The Lincoln City Community Center will re-open Monday, October 5, under the following guidelines: stay home if ill; remain 6 ft apart from people not in your household; no group gatherings of more than 50 people; Center use is with reduced capacity and limited use.

The Lincoln City Community Center will be open with modified hours due to staffing limitations and cleaning requirements. Open times are Monday-Friday 7:00am-8:00pm, and Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm, closed on Sundays. Pool hours are Mon, Wed, Fri: 7am-12pm and 2pm-7pm, Tues/Thurs: 7am-12pm, and Sat: 9am-12pm and 1-4pm. Patrons will be pre-screened at the front entrance, and all patrons must adhere to wearing a mask indoors (except while swimming).

Reservations are recommended for 1-hour time slots to utilize the pool, walking track, cardio, and weight rooms. Drop-ins will be allowed based on availability. To reserve your workout, go to or call 541.994.2131.

Per LCP&R’s sanitation and cleaning protocol, staff will be sanitizing every 15 minutes throughout the Center.

For continued updates on all of LCP&R activities and re-opening phases, please follow the Lincoln City Parks and Recreation Facebook page, visit, or call 541.994.2131.


Echo Mountain Fire Recovery Update #1

FEMA representatives will remain in Lincoln County to assist with applying for financial assistance for those affected by the wildfire and straight-line wind event.

Lincoln City Community Center 2150 NE Oar Place 8am – 6pm – Monday, Sept. 28 – Friday, Oct. 2

FEMA representatives can help you apply for assistance or appeal denials. They are also making calls in our area and it is not spam. Oregon Emergency Management and FEMA want people impacted by the Oregon Wildfires to register with FEMA as quickly as possible!

Echo Mountain Fire Recovery Update #1

Actualizaciones importantes de recuperación de incendios de la Montaña Echo (Echo Mountain Fire)