City Council to hear business-friendly Development Code amendments at their March 12, 2014, meeting
- Created on Tuesday, December 31, 2013, 10:56 am December 31, 2013
The City is proposing changes to the Albany Development Code (planning file DC-03-13) that would remove challenges to development while maintaining neighborhood compatibility and be consistent with the City’s Comprehensive Plan and zoning district purposes. Proposed changes would affect home businesses as well as those in more traditional commercial areas. The proposals would allow outright home businesses that meet measurable standards and have no noticeable off-site impacts and allow others through a conditional-use review.
Wastewater Main Break Results in Sewer Overflow to Oak Creek
- Created on Wednesday, March 5, 2014, 11:19 am March 05, 2014
A break in a four-inch wastewater main has resulted in raw sewage overflowing into Oak Creek in south Albany. The overflow began Friday, February 2L 2014, and was reported to the City of Albany on Tuesday, March 4, 2014. The estimated volume of raw sewage that flowed out of the collection system is still being determined.
Residents survey results are in
- Created on Tuesday, January 28, 2014, 12:01 pm January 28, 2014
The results of the 2014 Albany Residents Community Survey are in. Explore the results of this year's survey.
Albany Public Safety Facilities Review Committee Adopts Mission Statement
- Created on Wednesday, February 12, 2014, 7:20 pm February 12, 2014
The Albany Public Safety Facilities Review Committee has adopted a mission statement to describe its work:
Committee named to study public safety facility needs
- Created on Tuesday, January 28, 2014, 12:09 pm January 28, 2014
Former Oregon State Senator Frank Morse and Retired Linn County Sheriff Dave Burright have appointed a local committee to review and determine community needs related to the Albany Police Department building and Albany Fire Department Station 11.
Albany homes may qualify for clean energy upgrades
- Created on Tuesday, January 28, 2014, 12:06 pm January 28, 2014
Albany homeowners may be eligible for no-money-down financing and up to $2,000 in instant rebates on energy-saving upgrades from Clean Energy Works Oregon. Instant rebates are applied directly to a home energy assessment and the cost of energy upgrades, eliminating out of pocket costs.
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