The Roseburg City Council considered whether to give downtown businesses the ability to create outdoor seating on city sidewalks and parking spaces at its regular meeting Monday.
In an effort to offset its legal expenses, the Downtown Roseburg Association will pay the City of Roseburg $10,000 less in contract fees this year.
The visitor center in Roseburg is still open, but people who attended the City Council’s meeting on Monday would have thought otherwise after several city officials said the center was closed.
After ending its agreement with the Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce in February, the Roseburg City Council awarded the city’s visitor services contract to Roseburg-based marketing company Anvil Northwest on Monday.
Myrtle Creek resident Alyssa McConnel earned a name for herself as a government watchdog during the three-and-a-half years she lived in Douglas County.
Eight months have gone by since former Roseburg City Manager Lance Colley announced his retirement. The City Council has yet to hire his successor.
The Roseburg City Council on Monday decided to suspend its city manager hiring process until July 8.
The hugs kept coming for Lance Colley at a retirement reception for the outgoing Roseburg city manager on Thursday.
An informational meeting to discuss a proposed Urban Growth Boundary swap became contentious at times when concerned citizens accused Roseburg city officials of being “adversarial” and trying to “take” the land.
Before naming Paul Eckert as the final city manager candidate at its meeting Monday, the Roseburg City Council commended Lance Colley for his seven years as city manager.
The Roseburg City Council selected Paul Eckert as the final candidate for the city manager position at its regular meeting Monday.
The final two candidates for the Roseburg city manager position met with community members and city officials at a reception in the Public Safety Center on Thursday evening.
The Roseburg City Council unanimously decided to prepare a letter of support, which includes financial commitments, for a proposed allied and mental health college during its special city council meeting Wednesday.
The Roseburg City Council is meeting at 6 tonight to discuss providing further financial support for the development of the allied and mental health college in Roseburg.
Roseburg Public Library will continue conversations with Douglas Education Service District about contracting for library services.
A Douglas County judge on Wednesday restored possession of Roseburg City Councilor Ashley Hicks’ former residence to Samantha Wethington, Hicks’ landlord.
SUTHERLIN — The Sutherlin City Council on Monday discussed the possibility of lifting the city’s ban on medical and recreational marijuana dispensaries.
WINSTON — The Winston City Council chambers were filled above capacity Monday night as a proposed public safety fee brought criticism from residents.
In an effort to increase tourism in Roseburg, the City Council on Monday approved funding for four new electric vehicle charging stations in the city.
Property owners in Roseburg have two new options for renting apartments following Roseburg City Council’s meeting Monday.
Roseburg City Council on Monday authorized $25,000 to fund half of a study that would analyze the economic impact and benefits of the planned allied and mental health college in Roseburg.
Roseburg needs an additional 2,700 housing units to be ready for predicted growth of 5,000 people by 2039, according to results from a housing analysis study.
The Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce may not submit a proposal for the city’s new visitor services contract, according to Debbie Fromdahl, CEO of the chamber.
With a full agenda Monday, Roseburg City Council addressed issues related to housing and transportation.
Roseburg City Council voted to give notice that it would terminate its visitor contract with the Roseburg Area Chamber of Commerce during its regular meeting Monday night as several councilors questioned the performance of the chamber.
The City of Roseburg is accepting applications from individuals interested in serving on the Historic Resource Review Commission and Planning Commission.