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Candidates for Ward 1 City Councilor

Two Lincoln City citizens have stepped forward to fill a vacant Ward 1 City Councilor position created by the resignation of Diana Hinton.

Lincoln City cancels ‘Happiness’ parade due to COVID-19

A Lincoln City parade to salute frontline workers and raise money for charity has been cancelled due to COVID-19.

Heritage Tree: Nuu-k’wii’daa’naa~-ye’ Sitka spruce dedication

Lincoln City Parks and Rec. and Oregon's Heritage Tree Program will host a dedication to induct Nuu-k'wii'daa'naa~-ye', a Sitka spruce, as the 79th Oregon Heritage Tree.

Lincoln City Evacuation Plan open for public comment

A draft Lincoln City evacuation plan that looks at everything from space debris to tsunamis is now available for residents to comment and make recommendations on.

Drive-on beach access closures draw support, criticism

The extended closure of two drive-on beach access points in Lincoln City has sparked a conversation among residents and tourists, some for and some against driving on the beach.

Ward 1 City Councilor Special Election

A special election for Ward 1 City Councilor will be held on Sept. 21, to fill the vacancy left by Diana Hinton, who resigned for family reasons in April.

City Hall reopening to public June 7

Interim City Manager Lila Bradley announced today that City Hall will reopen to the public beginning June 7.

Electric vehicle charges in Lincoln City

Lincoln City Councilors discussed electric vehicle charging stations at Monday’s meeting and directed staff to explore the possibility of charging drivers to “fill up.”

$794K NE 14th Street improvements to start May 17

Lincoln City will begin sidewalk and sewer improvements Monday, May 17, on NE 14th Street, with traffic restrictions in place.

Candidate Forse withdraws: ‘Vote for Don Williams’

Candidate John Forse is withdrawing from Lincoln City's mayoral race and wants voters to give former mayor Don Williams the job.

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