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Evening/overnight road striping begins Sunday

Roseburg Public Works’ street crews will perform evening/overnight road striping work starting Sunday, August 1. Paint striping operations will continue throughout the month of August. The work has been scheduled Sundays through Thursdays from 6 p.m. to 2:30 a.m. to reduce impact on traffic.


Library Commission seeks applicants

The City of Roseburg is accepting applications from people interested in serving on the City Council’s Library Commission. Applicants must live within Roseburg city limits or within the city’s Urban Growth Boundary. Applications are due by 5 p.m. Friday, August 13.


Street maintenance starts next week

Maintenance to extend the life of more than 2.5 miles of Roseburg streets is set to begin next week, weather permitting. The Roseburg Public Works Department asks vehicle owners to be sure to remove their vehicles from street sections scheduled and posted for maintenance to allow crews to complete the work.


Bore crossing project begins Monday

The Washington Avenue bore crossing project is expected to begin along the South Umpqua River in Roseburg on Monday, July 26. The project will require the closure of the parking lot at Riverside Park until about Nov. 15. However, the park itself will remain open.


Renovated Beulah Park to get grand opening

Roseburg residents are invited to celebrate the unveiling of renovated Beulah Park at a grand opening Thursday, July 22. Mayor Larry Rich, Public Works Department staff and city councilors such as Parks and Rec Commission Chair Alison Eggers will be among those attending a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 9 a.m. Thursday at the park, 1284 NE Beulah Ave. between Lincoln and Nash streets


City crew repairs water main break Monday

A City water crew repaired a water main that broke in a residential area early Monday morning and left about 30 water customers with low to no water pressure for several hours. A small section of Cherry Drive from Jefferson Street to Holly Avenue was closed until about 11:30 a.m. as crews worked to repair a water main that broke in front of 1152 N.W. Cherry Drive.