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 Alert:

Heavy rains area forecasted starting around 11 a.m. Saturday, 12/20, continuing through Monday, 12/22 are expected to cause area flooding. Monday, the Willamette River is expected to rise quickly to flood stage.

  • REPORT ROAD HAZARDS: 541-917-7600
  • Lochner Road is closing today at 4 p.m. until further notice. The road is gated at Oak Creek. “Road Closed” signs will be posted at the Lochner/Ellingson and Lochner/Marion Street intersections.
  • SAND AND SANDBAGS AVAILABLE (bring your own shovels):
    • North Albany Park & Ride
    • At the corner of Front and Davidson Streets outside the Public Works, Operations fence
    • Grand Prairie Park
    • Linn County Expo Center parking lot
    • Knife River will also have sand at their plants on Old Highway 34 in Tangent, at Jefferson and at Stayton.
  • BOWMAN, BRYANT, MONTEITH, TAKENA LANDING PARKS CLOSED MONDAY, 12/22: due to anticipated high water.

More information is available at http://www.cityofalbany.net/alert or follow us on Twitter @cityofalbany, FlashAlert, or Facebook.

Charged with providing and maintaining the infrastructure necessary for a modern city, your Public Works Department provides continual services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year to help you and your family  live a comfortable and healthy life.

When's the last time you turned on your water tap and wondered if there would be any water there? Most likely, never. Our job is to assure that you have safe and plentiful water available when you need it.

Ever wonder what happens when you flush your toilet or drain your sink? Probably not. That's because each and every day millions of gallons of waste water and materials are carried through your public sewer system for safe and effective treatment and disposal, and you don't even give it a second thought.

You never have to pay a toll charge when you drive to work, the store, to school, or play in the City of Albany. Your public streets are maintained by your Public Works Department along with street trees, traffic signals, storm water systems, and even the Albany Airport!

Your public employees work hard for you each and every day and they're proud to be able to make your life safer and easier.

Try our links to the sidebar to learn more about the services we provide and about some of the challenges we face together to provide quality public services for a better Albany!

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