During Tuesday’s city council meeting, officials discussed—but took no action on—a development agreement that could eventually see up to 955 homes added to Banks. Inside you’ll find links to the draft agreement, a photo presentation, city council audio and more.
This month’s police log includes photos, audio for those who prefer to hear the report directly from Deputy Ward, and a recurring red Corvette.
The Banks City Council will meet for a regular business meeting Tuesday with a public hearing scheduled during the meeting to discuss the adoption of a developer agreement with Holt Homes, an early step in a potential 950+ new home development in Banks.
After sending a group of volunteers through the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program last year, the Banks Fire District is planning a second class for interested volunteers in the Banks area.
Statistics from January and a message about the next CERT class are in this month’s fire log from the Banks Fire District.
A Banks City Council work session scheduled for Tuesday evening will see councilors discuss a draft Developer Agreement with Holt Homes, which is hoping to build a new housing development in Banks on the current Quail Valley Golf Course location.
Customers on Banks’ municipal water system north of Highway 26, an area outside city limits, were having their water turned off, the city said Wednesday afternoon. No reason was given, but more information was promised.
We’re in for what looks like a final round of icy weather starting some time this afternoon. We’re going to keep all the bits of news—that’s road closures, business closures, power outages, new weather alerts and the like—contained in this ever-updated story. No account or subscription required.
Already gripped in frozen temperatures and an icy winter storm, Oregon could now be on for round two, the Portland office of the National Weather Service said in an Ice Storm Warning issued Monday morning.
The December 2023 Banks Police Log is presented here as written and delivered to the Banks City Council. We’ve also provided the verbal report delivered by Deputy Frank Ward for your listening pleasure as well.