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Important Information

City Council Meetings

The city council meetings are held on the third Monday of each month (except in January and February, which are on the fourth Monday) at 6:30 p.m. The meetings are being conducted using ZOOM but will resume being held at Culver City Hall as soon as possible. The public is invited to attend all meetings. Please call Donna at City Hall: 541-546-6494 with any questions or for more information.

New COVID-19 regulations 2.4.21

Changes to Business Guidelines
Last week, Governor Brown announced some changes to business guidance for counties in the “Extreme Risk” category, which includes Deschutes County. While these are not major changes, some of them may allow you to resume or expand business operations that were closed by prior guidance.

Highlights of these changes include:

For indoor entertainment recreation and fitness establishments:

  • Establishments 500 sq. ft. or larger can now allow a maximum of six people total, not including employees, in shared indoor entertainment spaces.
  • A minimum of six feet of physical distancing between households is still required.
  • Limit to the minimum number of employees needed to operate the establishment.
  • For establishments smaller than 500 sq. ft, the maximum capacity is one customer and one employee total; i.e. allowing for one-on-one personal training.
  • Indoor on-site consumption of food and drink is prohibited.

You can view the full guidance for indoor recreation and fitness establishments here.

For restaurants:

  1. Redefines outdoor space to allow for 50% of any walls or tenting to be open to the outside. Previous rules required 75% of outdoor dining space to be open to the elements.
  2. Allows for individual dining pods (one household max four people)
  3. Allows for video lottery terminals to be used while wearing a mask (and not eating or drinking)

You can find the revised restaurant guidance here.

You can view more information, including full guidance for specific industries here, note that you’ll need to scroll down to the “Guidance from OHA” section.

A full list of restrictions and details are available at: 

Governor Brown’s COVID-19 website 

Public Health | Jefferson County Oregon (jeffco.net)

Jefferson County OR Public Health | Facebook

Please monitor other media outlets and the Oregon Health Authority for updates as they become available.


Floodplain Permit Requirements in Culver

There are portions of the city that are included in the FEMA Floodplain and a development permit is required if your property is located in the flood plain.  In order to ensure the city is following the ordinances, the Notice of Intent application is required for “development” in the city. 

Development is defined as Any man-made change to improved or unimproved real estate, including but not limited to buildings or other structures, mining, dredging, filling, grading, paving, excavation or drilling operations, or storage of equipment or materials.

In most cases, a Floodplain permit will not be required but in order to ensure one is submitted when required, we are asking that the Notice of Intent be completed with any development activity.

Please call Donna at 541-546-6494 with any questions.


Important COVID-19 Information/Resources

If you have general questions or are looking for information about the State’s re-opening guidance please go to this link:  https://govstatus.egov.com/OR-OHA-COVID-19

Visit Testing.com for information about testing and Covid-19 information.

https://www.testing.com/covid-19-testing-state-directory/

NeighborImpact has launched a Mortgage Assistance Program for those who have been affected by COVID

https://www.neighborimpact.org/mortgage-foreclosure-assistance/covid-mortgage-assistance/ 

 

Download the Current City Newsletter

View Previous Monthly Newsletters

 

In our efforts to be especially cautious in protecting our vulnerable populations, the City of Culver has temporarily suspended the Community Lunch Program.  We would really appreciate your assistance in getting the word out to everyone who may be affected.  Please do not hesitate to contact City Hall at 541-5446-6494 with any questions.


Please check with City Hall regarding the closures/availability and schedules of the events below:

The Recycle Center is open on the 1st and 3rd Saturday between the hours of 9:00 and noon. 

Culver Boosters meeting on the last Monday of each month -  7 PM at CHS library

Story Time at the Madras Library every Tuesday; Spanish Story Time is every Wednesday at the Madras Library.

Jefferson County Food Bank open every Tuesday 556 SE 7th Street Madras 1:30 - 5:00

 

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