Lane County

Clarification of Voters' Pamphlet Measure 20-239 Explanatory Statement

Press Release By Leigh Rieder

Want to vote?

The voter registration deadline for the May 17, 2016 Primary Election is Tuesday, April 26, 2016. This is also the deadline to change your party affiliation.
People who are not registered to vote in any Oregon county may register online at oregonvotes.gov no later than 11:59 p.m., Tuesday, April 26. The online option is available only to those with a valid Oregon driver’s license, DMV-issued identification card or learner’s permit.
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The Sheriff’s Office has learned that community members are again receiving calls saying they have warrants out for their arrest for missing a court date.  The callers are demanding to have money sent to clear the warrant.
These calls are a scam, and community members should hang up immediately and not engage with the caller.

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Open burning season delayed until November 1st, no fall burning for some in Lane County
As a precaution, the backyard burning ban has been extended until November 1st, 2015. The backyard burning season, also known as open burning or outdoor burning, is determined by the Lane County Fire Defense Board. Extended dry and hot conditions continue to keep fire danger levels high.

Phone Scammers Claiming to be Law Enforcement Officers

Co9unty Parks logoDue to the high risk of fire in the area, Fire Chief Terry Ney of Lane Fire Authority has issued an emergency order that affects all Fern Ridge parks (Richardson Park, Orchard Point Park, Perkins Peninsula Park and Zumwalt Park), Camp Lane, Howard Buford Recreation Area (Mt. Pisgah), Hendricks Bridge Park and Armitage Park.

Fire danger"The potential for fires to start and then grow rapidly will be high due to hot temperatures and low humidity," said Greg Wagenblast, ODF's South Cascade District forester.

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