Roseburg Public Library Director Kris Wiley is asking for the public’s help in planning programs for adults as one-time special events will return in the fall. Find out more about the changes inspired by COVID-19 that proved popular, and come join a book group!
The Roseburg City Council will hold its first in-person meeting in more than a year on Monday, July 12, after the City ended most COVID-19 restrictions based on updated state guidelines.
The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at Roseburg City Hall, 900 S.E. Douglas Ave.
The City of Roseburg has maintained its high credit rating with a leading bond credit rating business.
On June 24, Moody’s Investor Service, a leading provider of credit ratings for public finance issuers, issued its annual comment on the City of Roseburg and confirmed its credit rating for the City as an Aa3 with no outlook.
Roseburg Fire Chief Monte Bryan swore in the new fire marshal and two new firefighters Thursday, July 1. Bryan welcomed Fire Marshal Brian Jewell and firefighters Eric Goodboe and Garrett Russell to the department at a swearing-in ceremony held Thursday morning.
Roseburg City Hall, the Public Safety Center and other City offices will be closed Monday, July 5, for the 4th of July Independence Day holiday. Roseburg Public Library will be closed Saturday, July 3, to accommodate the “United We Stand” parade.