During times of uncertainty, our residents will look to us for leadership and guidance. While the City of Sodaville does not provide public health services like Linn County or the State of Oregon, we do provide other critical services that residents rely upon. Here are a few things to remember that will help us fulfill our role as public servants:
Take care of yourselves and your family. Specifically, wash your hands frequently and try to avoid hand contact with your face and eyes as much as possible. Also, remember to cover your sneezes and coughs.
Use sick leave and other leave when appropriate. If you become symptomatic, please err on the side of caution and use your provided sick leave or other leave types to stay home. This will not only allow you to stay at home to rest and recover, but is also courteous to other employees and community members.
SODA SPRINGS COMMUNITY CENTER PARK AWAITING DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION WITH OREGON PARKS AND RECREATION GRANT OF $225,000. Call City Hall to join the Citizen Planning Committee to help plan the project! (Photos by Chris Allen of Alien Drone Services)
Beautiful Day to Play Basketball in the Park!
Sodaville Resident Peggy Bishop noticed all the activity at the Multi Use Sport Court and was impressed by all of the young people playing!
Badges from the late
1800's, early 1900's
stolen from City Hall
Original Spring House Circa 1911
If you receive a letter from
Service Line Warranty Program, administered by Utility Service Partners,
please be aware that this
is not endorsed
by the City of Sodaville nor does the City have any future plans of working with the Company.