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Albany Community Summit on Homelessness November 5, 2014

Representatives of agencies and organizations that work with Albany’s homeless population invite the public to a community summit on Wednesday, November 5, 2014, to learn about current issues and services and discuss how to fill gaps and make other changes.


Lumber to Legacy Auction, Nov. 9

Lumber to Legacy is an effort by Albany Parks & Recreation to raise money to support our Oregon White Oak Restoration Program and related educational outreach activities, such as Sawing for Schools. This initiative evolved when 8 mature oak trees from a new development site in Albany were removed.  This event has led us to focus more attention on the heritage of Albany’s Oregon white oak habitat. The trees were part of a remnant oak grove, known as the Hackleman Grove in honor of Abner Hackleman, one of Albany’s founding fathers. The oaks ranged in age from 150 to 270 years old.

Landlord Training, Nov. 6-7

This two day workshop, presented by Albany Police Department, is designed to instruct participants on how to reduce crime in and around rental properties, as well as how to establish and maintain a stable rental environment.

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Volunteers Needed for North Albany Roadside Litter Cleanup Event

The City of Albany is coordinating a litter cleanup event in North Albany, Saturday, November 1, 2014, along Highway 20 and Gibson Hill Road. This is a perfect opportunity for families and community members to take action and help clean the community.


Human Relations Award Competition Open

Nominations are now open for the Human Relations Commission Award, sponsored by the City of Albany Human Relations Commission.