Burn Ban in Effect
Restrictions on outdoor burning are now in effect in Thurston County and are scheduled to last through Sept. 30.
The restrictions prohibit yard-waste burning and land-clearing burns on county-regulated land.
Recreational fires are still allowed under the bans. Recreational fires are allowed on private residential properties but must be “contained in approved concrete, stone or metal pits,” according to Thurston county’s press release. Using charcoal briquettes, gas, and propane barbecues also is allowed.
Letter from the Board President and the General Manager regarding COVID-19:
For many of us, this a time that is more challenging than any in living memory. Our world has been turned upside down!
Each of us is trying to adapt to the demands of COVID-19 in our own way, but the rules keep changing, which makes planning difficult and frustrating.
Your leadership has been making every effort to accommodate the requirements, to keep the community safe and still functioning. Click here to continue.
Tree Trimming to Begin
The Clearwood Maintenance Crew will be cutting back the trees that hang over the road or are close to it in about 2 weeks. They will be cutting back up to 8 feet from the road. Any limbs overhanging the road will be removed.
This is not pruning. Trees will be cut back in a way that is functional, not necessarily beautiful. If you want to prune in a way that you find more pleasing, please do so before they start. Pruning must also fit the criteria of 8 feet back from the road and removing any limbs overhanging the road.
The Bald Hills Fire Station will be hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive on August 13, from 3-7 pm. Parking should be available in the Lackamas School parking lot.
This was started last year by one of our volunteers and Clearwood resident Patti Frost. We lost Patti this past year but want to keep the efforts she started going forward.
For more information you can contact Steven Slater, Deputy Fire Chief, Bald Hills Fire District #17, 360-894-2517.
Phone (360) 894-2941
Friday, June 05, 2020
Re: MANAGEMENT TRANSITION
As the president of CCA it is important to me that the community hear from the board and
management in this time of transition.
The board has initiated the transition of its General Manager position from Mitch Waterman to Racheal Paige. This is being completed in an orderly manner, to maintain continuity. For further information Click Here