in coordination, with your Polk County Commissioners, we are conducting a survey to base the interest of the possibility of bringing a 100% fiber network to Falls City.

For the first time, Falls City could have access to a fiber network to the home services with speeds up to 1 GIG.

TIRED OF SLOW SPEEDS, BUFFERING, AND
INADEQUATE CUSTOMER SUPPORT...
These could all be things of the past!

Please help by taking the survey
by clicking one of the links or scanning the QR Codes below.

RESIDENTIAL
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8TYTMX6

BUSINESS
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8QBG2YH

SPEED TEST
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8WNLYX9

or use the QR Codes below







 

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CLEAN UP DAY
June 4, 2022 • 8 am to 2 pm
Old Mill Site
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Code Amendment

Below is the outlined amendments to the
Falls City Code

Wastewater Lot Line Survey
Request for Proposals  

As part of a larger wastewater improvements project, the City of Falls City received administrative approval from Polk County for completion of a Lot Line Adjustment (LLA) to transfer ownership of approx. 17 acres of property from Lot 900 and 901 of Map T8SR6W22 (owned by D. Franco Contracting Inc.) to Lot 301 of Map T8SR6W21 (owned by the City of Falls City).

Deadline for the Request for Proposals:  May 25, 2022

 

Work to be completed by surveyor and submitted to Falls City: August 1, 2022

Falls City Health Fair 

When: April 15, May 20, & June 17

Time: 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Where: Falls City Community Center

320 N. Main St. Falls City, OR 97344 

Join for 

Seasonal health information

Booths and giveaways

Healthy Recipes

Flu Vaccines

SNAP resources

Car seat check-ups

COVID-19 Vaccines (Phizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson)

How can you make a difference? 

Get Involved

Volunteer efforts are essential to City governance. There are many exciting opportunities to participate including serving on a committee, attending regular council meetings, and volunteering your time during City events and other volunteer-led projects.

The City is making the necessary steps to facilitate community engagement, even during COVID-19 restrictions. We appreciate all of you and please know that every little bit of time you dedicate to the betterment of Falls City helps tremendously.

COVID-19 Resources and Information 

Want to be a City Councilor?
Click the link below
Application Packet for Mayor or City Council
Turn in the application by Friday, June 3 at 4 pm at City Hall
City Hall Foyer is now open!!

Cash payments will be accepted at the interior door

Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m-4:00 p.m

City Hall is closed to the public on Friday's

Payments can still be placed in the outside dropbox

Online bill pay is available through the bill pay portal in the
upper right-hand corner. 

To schedule an appointment with a staff member please see the information below. 

Mayor

TJ Bailey

mayor@fallscityoregon.gov

City Manager

AJ Foscoli

manager@fallscityoregon.gov

Public Works Director

Jon Creekmore

Jcreekmore@fallscityoregon.gov

City Recorder/Finance Supervisor

Jeremy Teal
Jteal@fallscityoregon.gov

Utility Billing/Notary Service

Athena Warren

Awarren@fallscityoregon.gov

for all other questions please call 503.787.3631

The city is committed to doing its part to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and will continue to follow OHA public health guidance including wearing face coverings, practicing physical distancing, encouraging employees to work from home where possible, and complying with OSHA requirements for safe workplace practices. Please see the links below for further information. 

Vaccine

 Vaccine Sequencing plan:

Frequently asked Questions

County Information

City Impacts 

  • Utility Payments can be made by placing cash or check payments in an envelope with account number or address in the drop box located near the front door of City Hall or via credit/debit card on the website under "pay your water bill" in the upper right-hand corner.

  • City parks are open (except for the gate and bathroom facilities at George Kitchin Park) subject to visitors maintaining six-foot distancing requirements, and avoiding group gatherings larger than six people, and not more than two households. 

  • Essential public meetings, volunteer boards, and committee/commission meetings will continue to meet remotely by phone or computer.

Street Sweeping

Street sweeping takes place on the last Wednesday
of each month.

We ask that all cars parked on the following streets are moved off of the street and into driveways:

North Main Street

Mitchell Street (up to 5th Street)

Bridge Street

Parry Road (paved portions)

South Main Street

Report Crimes Online

Did you know you can report suspected crimes, drug activity, and submit tips to the Polk County Sheriff's Office online? You can also view crime reports at the same time! 

 

For all of this and more visit: https://www.co.polk.or.us/sheriff/online-services/.

The Polk County Sheriff's Office non-emergency number is (503) 623-9251. If you are experiencing an emergency, dial 911.
 

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Housing Rehabilitation Grants & Loans

Polk Community Development Corporation (Polk CDC) is a local non-profit organization that helps finance major home repairs through low interest loans and periodic grant programs to eligible homeowners. Our agency assists the homeowner with contacting licensed professionals with whom the homeowner would contract to perform the needed repairs. Polk CDC offers low interest loans to qualified homeowners for home repairs. Those with the greatest need and the fewest resources may qualify for CDBG grants, when available, focusing on healthy and safe living conditions. Please visit, https://www.polkcdc.org/, or call (503) 831-3173 for more information, or to get started with your home's rehabilitation.

We are pleased to announce that Falls City has been awarded a Housing Rehabilitation,Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)scheduled to be funded in late spring 2020. Polk CDC will be working from an established waitlist of home owners who have expressed interest in having repairs made to their home utilizing these grant funds. These funds are intended for those with the most urgent need with the least amount of resources.  Minimum requirements include income eligibility, the household income must be at or below 80% of the Area Median Income based on household size, the home must be owner occupied with the owner owning no other property, must be in good standing with lien holders and property taxes. For more information or to be added to the current waitlist please contact
Polk CDC (503-831-3173).

These funds are awarded through a competitive application process, these funds have now been committed to Falls City to be released in late spring 2020.  As a whole, Polk County works together as a collaborative entity called Polk Regional Collaborative (PRC). Many of Falls City residents have been served and continue to be served by Polk CDC with CDBG funds awarded to Polk County, Dallas, Monmouth, and Independence.  In turn, the current waitlist is open to all of Polk County residents with the exclusion of Salem residents within the Urban Growth Boundary of Salem. For more information, please see the link on our website for more details and the ability to fill out an online Program Eligibility Questionnaire: https://www.polkcdc.org/home-repair-finance-program/. Being on the waitlist does not guarantee eligibility for the CDBG Homeowner Rehabilitation Program.