City of Scio| 38957 NW 1st Avenue, PO Box 37 | Scio|Oregon | 97374-0037| Tel: 503-394-3342
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City of Scio

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Incorporated in 1866.

Population: 940 County: Linn Location: 44°42′13″N 122°51′0″W Elevation: 317 feet Area Code: (503) Zip Code: 97374 Time Zone: Pacific Phone: 503-394-3342
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 Staff Directory Staff Directory  Parks & Tree Advisory Committee The Parks & Tree Advisory Committee was established by the Scio City Council with the passage of Ordinance No. 620 on November 8, 2021.  The committee shall serve at the discretion of the Scio City Council and shall advise the Council on public issues and concerns associated with the Scio Landscape Development Code.  The committee shall serve as an “Advisory Committee” to the Scio City Council in all matters pertaining to the development and preservation standards for street trees, and lanscaping ruirements associated whit development inside the Scio city limits.  A copy of the Scio Parks and Tree Advisory Committee By-Laws may be viewed HERE.  There are currently 5 vacant positions on the Parks & Tree Advisory Committee.  If you live withi the Scio Zip Code boundary and are interested in serving on the Parks & Tree Advisory Committee please contact the Scio City Hall at (503) 394-3342.  An application may be obtained by clicking on the link below. Parks & Tree Advisory Committee Application Parks & Tree Advisory Committee Application
CITY COUNCIL MEETING MONDAY, January 10TH, 6:00 P.M.  The Scio City Council meeting is may be attended either in person at the Scio City Hall or via ZOOM on Monday, January 10th @ 6:00 p.m.   Anyone wishing to attend may join the meeting virtually by choosing one of the following options:		Meeting ID:  830 7564 0622	Passcode:  227483 or phone:  1-253-215-8782		Meeting ID:  830 7564 0622	Passcode:  227483 If you cannot attend the meeting, written comments shall be accepted up through 4:00 p.m. on Monday, January 10th. January 10, 2022 City Council Meeting Packet January 10, 2022 City Council Meeting Packet

Winter Weather Impacts

Citizens often ask how the current winter weather might impact their property. The potential for flooding of Thomas Creek, as well as other local streams and low-lying areas is of concern to many people. Please use the adjacent links to help determine if there is a potential situation that you need to prepare for.