How Do I?
How Do I?
All your right of way permitting questions can be answered by clicking here.
Interested in serving as Youth Councilor, Youth Committee Liaison and/or Youth Page? Click here.
Information about a variety of volunteer opportunities, the selection process and a variety of forms can be found by clicking here
INDOOR GALLERY SPACE
The Keizer Community Gallery inside of the Keizer Community Center is a large and beautiful space provided as a rotating gallery space. ANY artist or artist association can display their original work in this space at NO CHARGE by contacting our Community Development Director, Nate Brown at 503-390-3437 or clicking here. There is a 20% commission charge retained for any artwork sold while on display at the Keizer Community Gallery. This commission charge is dedicated to the Keizer Public Art Commission to sustain the public art programs in the City of Keizer.
The gallery space includes:
2 separate gallery spaces; the North gallery space which can accommodate up to 40 pieces (size dependent) and the East gallery space which can accommodate up to 20 pieces (size dependent).
Display terms are for 60 days and must be scheduled in advance to allow for review and approval of work to be displayed.
For more information, please click here.
The Keizer Police Department has a medical waste disposal receptacle in their lobby - available 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information please click here.
The League of Oregon Cities Open Data Portal has a wealth of information. To access that web page please click here.
To view the current year's Annual Drinking Water Quality Report, click here.
Applications for a New Liquor License, a Change of Ownership, and Renewals are available at the Oregon Liquor Control website and must be filled out and reviewed by OLCC prior to submittal to the City of Keizer.
The City of Keizer charges $100 for processing a New Liquor License. When the completed OLCC form and payment are received, a public hearing will be scheduled within 30 days of receipt. The City’s review includes a background check on the applicants, zoning review by the Community Development Department, and notification to property owners within 200 feet of the proposed establishment.
The City of Keizer charges $75 for an OLCC application for a change in ownership, location, or serving privileges. When the completed OLCC form and payment are received, a public hearing will be scheduled within 30 days of receipt. A background check, zoning review, or property owner notification may be conducted, dependent on the requested change.
The City of Keizer charges $35 for the annual review of OLCC licensed establishments within the City. The OLCC notifies each establishment in January of the requirement to submit the fee to the City of Keizer.
Need more information? Call Tracy Davis at 503-856-3412.
Information on water, sewer and stormwater utility bill payments can be found here.
To access forms and information about planning your event in Keizer, please click here.
You may purchase a personalized picket at the Big Toy playground through the Keizer Parks Foundation by clicking here.
Emergencies should be reported by calling 9-1-1. If it is not an emergency, contact Dispatch at 503-390-2000.
Clicking here will take you to our webpage that has all the information and forms you will need to reserve the amphitheatre.
For information on reserving a room at the Community Center, please click here.
The City of Keizer is proud to offer a record retrieval system that we hope will accommodate the needs of all our citizens. This system does not require that anyone download a special "viewer" and it is compatible with all programs.
When you access the system, you will be asked for a user name and password. Please type public in both fields. Instructions for use are on the opening page. Click here to access the new system.
If you have any questions, please call or email Debbie Lockhart, Deputy City Recorder
Information about a variety of volunteer opportunities, the selection process and a variety of forms can be found by clicking here.
Council, Planning Commission and Parks Advisory Board meetings are all televised on K-23 Television or you can watch them on your computer by clicking the KeizerTV logo at the bottom of the website page or clicking here.