THE CITY OF TOLEDO, OREGON

 

UPCOMING MEETINGS

City Council Meeting Agenda: March 1, 2017
Planning Commission Meeting Agenda: February 21, 2017
Most Recent City Council Meeting: Audio

City Council Meeting Media Archive

 


ANNUAL CITY BUDGET

2016-2017 FY 2016-2017 AUDIT REPORT

2016-2017 FY ADOPTED BUDGET DOCUMENT


 PUBLIC NOTICE

NOTICE OF LAND USE PUBLIC HEARING-

FOR A COMPREHENSIVE LAND USE PLAN MAP AMENDMENT,

ZONING MAP AMENDMENT, AND MINOR PARTITION

FOR PROPERTY LOCATED AT NE ARCADIA AND NE WAGON ROAD

 

COMMITTEE VACANCIES

     City Council committees assist Toledo’s elected officials by making recommendations for action on various community issues. Toledo City Council is seeking community volunteers for the following positions:

  •  PLANNING COMMISSION: Two vacancies exists on the Planning Commission of the City of Toledo as of December 31, 2016:
    • One vacancy is for an unexpired four year term, which will end on December 31, 2019. Applicant must reside within city limits.
    • One vacancy is for an unexpired four year term, which will end on December 31, 2018. Applicant must reside within city limits.
  •  CONTRIBUTION COMMITTEE: One vacancy exists on the Contribution Committee of the City of Toledo as of December 31, 2016.  This position has no term limit established. Applicant must reside within city limits.

Qualified candidates interested in serving on one of the above committees should submit a written application to the office of the City Recorder.  After applications are received, candidates will be interviewed by City Council.

Applications are available at  Toledo City Hall  206 N. Main Street Toledo, OR; or click here to download. For more information, please contact, City Recorder, Nancy Bryant at(541) 336-2247 ext. 2110, or email administration@cityoftoledo.org.

 

2016-2017 City of Toledo Contribution Committee Grant Application Now Available

In 1999, the City of Toledo implemented a policy for City Enhancement and In-Kind Services for making donations to various local organizations with non-profit status. The full policy can be viewed here.

As part of this policy, the City established the Contribution Committee to meet annually review donation requests. The City of Toledo accepts applications for funding for the upcoming fiscal year through late February.

The Contribution Committee will convene in March to review applications and to prepare a recommendation for City Council. After City Council approves the Committee’s recommendation, applicants will receive a letter notifying them of the disposition of their requests. Distribution of funds will begin in July 2017, when the 2017-2018 fiscal year budget takes effect.

Though funds are limited, qualified non-profit organizations are encouraged to apply. The application for the 2017-2018 is available here. Modified, incomplete applications or applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

The deadline for applications for 2017-2018 contributions is 5PM on February 23th, 2017. 

The City of Toledo is proud to have this opportunity to support worthy charitable causes.

 


BROWNFIELDS SURVEY

The City of Toledo, Oregon Cascades West Council of Governments, Lincoln County, and the City of Newport, are working together to address brownfields in the Yaquina River Watershed.  Brownfield redevelopment will create jobs, generate additional tax revenues, and reduce blight.  We ask for your help in informing our Coalition regarding what is important to you as a member of our community related to brownfields and economic development.  Please take 5-10 minutes to take a survey that we have created to solicit input on this initiative. Click here to take the survey.


TOLEDO WELCOMES YOU!

Toledo, situated on a bend of the Yaquina River and surrounded by wooded hills, is just seven miles inland from the Central Oregon Coast and the only inland coastal community with a deep water channel. The historic town of 3,400 residents cascades over the hillsides to the river. Toledo is one of the few cities in Oregon which has a downtown on a city street, not on a throughway or highway. Toledo’s Main Street retains its historical flavor with the waterfront and moored fishing vessels visible at the south end of the street. When the winds start to blow on the beach, Toledo is often warm and sunny with a small town atmosphere and beautiful river, estuary, and rural vistas. Antique shops, art galleries, gift shops selling the work of local crafters, quilters, the History Center, the Rail Road Museum and restaurants make Toledo an interesting place to visit.


CITY OF TOLEDO MISSION STATEMENT

The Mission of the Toledo City Government is to provide efficient and necessary public services that protect and enhance the quality of life in Toledo, now and in the future, as determined by our citizens, the law and available economic resources.