Keizer Chamber News

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Thursday, October 08 2015
The Mary Kay Foundation Domestic Violence Shelter Grant Program Every October, The Mary Kay Foundation observes National Domestic Violence Awareness Month by awarding grants to deserving women’s domestic violence shelters across the United States. In 2014, the Foundation awarded $20,000 grants to more than 150 women’s domestic violence shelters across the nation for a total of $3 more
Categories: Community, Human Interest, Chamber, General News Article, Press Release
Tuesday, September 29 2015
North’s ASPIRE Center will be the largest center in Salem-Keizer’s 19 secondary schools. Salem-Keizer Public schools will be the first district in the state to make ASPIRE, Oregon’s higher-education mentoring initiative, available to middle and high school students district-wide. A Dedication is planned for Oct 1 at 11AM with Greg Darnieder, Senior Advisor to the Secretary on more
Categories: Education, Human Interest, Community, General News Article, Press Release
Monday, September 28 2015
Oregon State Credit Union provided three free shred days in the communities of Corvallis, North Albany and Keizer during 2015 serving more than 1,200 vehicles and shredding more than 20 tons of sensitive materials for safe and secure disposal. Working through their vendor agreement with EnviroShred NW and partnering with local law enforcement at all three sites, Oregon State Credit Union annually more
Categories: General News Article, Small Business, Community, Press Release
Tuesday, September 08 2015
Measure 24-388 proposes an expansion of Salem-Keizer Transit District services, which will cost our community $5,000,000 annually. Voters within the Urban Growth Boundary of Salem-Keizer, Oregon are asked to decide whether or not to fund this expansion of services though a payroll tax. While the expansion of evening and weekend services may be desired, this kind of funding tax is not. Why is this more
Categories: Chamber, Small Business, Political
Tuesday, September 01 2015
Blanchet Catholic was recently chosen as one of fifteen schools nationally for its outstanding and innovative governance structure supporting institutional vitality and advancement. The Foundations and Donors Interested in Catholic Activities (FADICA) featured Blanchet in its new publication, Breathing New Life into Catholic Schools: An Exploration of Governance Models, a report that offers a more
Categories: Community, Papers/Research, Education, Press Release
Tuesday, June 30 2015
Blanchet Catholic School is very proud to announce that it has been named the 2014-15 OSAA Oregonian Cup winner in the 3A classification. Blanchet has regularly finished in the top ten in their classifications but this is the first time in school history that they have taken home the top trophy. Excellent state finishes by the school’s varsity teams, athletes' success in the classroom more
Categories: Education, Community, Press Release
Sunday, June 28 2015
Keizer is ranked the 2nd best place to live in Oregon by HomeSnacks. Ahh, Oregon. To the untrained eye, it seems as if every town in the state would be a great place to live. What with Oregon being home to Mt. Hood, Crater Lake, and miles of Pacific Coast awesomeness. But here at HomeSnacks, we don’t trust the untrained eye and instead look to data to understand the best place to live in more
Categories: Community, Fun Facts, Human Interest, Press Release, Chamber, Economic, General News Article, Papers/Research
Friday, February 06 2015
ABOUT KEIZER Keizer offers a favorable business climate, a highly skilled workforce, a wide range of available sites and an excellent power /water resources. Our location, just forty miles south of PDX, bordering Oregon’s capital city, Salem, and the historic Willamette River provides charm for employees, convenience for commuters, and low tax rates for owners. For those who want to live, more
Categories: Community, Economic, Small Business
Wednesday, January 21 2015
Keizer City Council voted unanimously last night (January 20, 2015) to grant tentative approval of the amendment to the Area C Master Plan and lot-line adjustment. This decision allows the Mountain West/Bonaventure housing and senior care center project to move forward. The final decision will be before the next Keizer City Council meeting on February 2, 2015 . As this is a land-use decision, more
Categories: Economic, Chamber