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Latest Council Agenda & Minutes:

September 3, 2014


Council Regular Session

September 9, 2014 6:15p Council Work Session
September 10, 2014 7:00p Planning Commission
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September 3, 2014
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August 12, 2014

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Planning Commission

August 13, 2014
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July 09, 2014
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August 20, 2014

Latest Council Packet:
July 16, 2014
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Contact: Wes Chadwick
(541) 336-2247 X 2080

August 7, 2014

Toledo City Council Appoints
City Manager

On August 1, 2014 the Toledo City Council authorized extending an offer to their top candidate of choice for City Manager, Jay Baughman, and authorized the City Attorney to negotiate a contract. Mr. Baughman’s prior experience in the City Manager’s office for the City of Surprise, Arizona has been in the areas of public finance, economic development, purchasing and contract management, public safety, and human resource management. Prior to his experience in Surprise, Arizona, Mr. Baughman spent 6 years as a budget analyst at the state and local level. A native of the Northwest, Mr. Baughman looks forward to returning to the area and is expected to start September 8, 2014.



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.

Toledo has a population of approximately 3,400. Toledo City Hall is approximately 58 feet above sea level. 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 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, the waterfront and moored fishing vessels visible at the end of Main 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, History Center, Rail Road Museum and restaurants make Toledo an interesting place to visit.