Nov 03, 2020
May 27, 2020 - Aug 25, 2020
City councils serve as the highest authority within city governments in deciding issues of public policy. In open public forums, city councils pass laws (ordinances), adopt resolutions and generally conduct discussions involving the governance of their communities and the welfare of their citizens. Among the services city governments typically provide are fire and police protection, streets and street maintenance, sewer and water treatment and collection systems, building permit activities, libraries, parks and recreation activities, and other numerous social services determined locally. Cities also have considerable responsibilities for land use planning within their city limits and urban growth boundaries. Most Oregon cities with populations over 2,500 have the council/manager or council/administrator form, in which the council hires a chief executive officer to be responsible for the daily supervision of city affairs.
Submit application to:
Junction City Recorder, 680 Greenwood Street, Junction City, OR, 97448, US