The Library will be offering genealogy courses this winter. Class 2 “Autosomal DNA Testing: Using Your Toolbox” will be held: March 4th - March 25th (DATES CHANGED DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER).More information….SCIO SENIORS ARE MOVERS AND SHAKERS!!If you live in or around the Scio area and are looking for some fun and friendship, look no further!In fact, consider this your personal invitation to join a fast growing group of retirees at Scio City Hall, 38957 N.W. 1st Avenue, Scio, Oregon, on Wednesday afternoons from 1:30-3:30.What started out as a small group of 3-4 people has turned into a group of 10-12+ people (and growing) who meet regularyly on Wednesdays’ to play cards, dominos, bingo, adult coloring, socialize and more!In addition to a reason to get out of the house, you will meet new friends and have the opportunity to share life with a wonderful, upbeat, group of people.As this group continues to grow more activities will be scheduled and you will not want to miss out on all of the fun and adventure.For more information about these activities call 503-394-3342. SEE YOU SOON!!
At the February 11th, 2019, Scio City Council Meeting Mayor Chadd Weaver and City Manager, Ginger Allen, recognized Pacific Power for their generous contriubutions to the City of Scio and its citizens. While Allen spoke of the services and dedication provided to Scio by Pacific Power, Mayor Chadd Weaver presented Van Schoenborn and Zack Zinda with Community Service Awards along with a Community Partnership Award presented to Alan Meyer, Director of Customer and Community Affairs.Read more…
PUBLIC NOTARY SERVICES DISCONTINUED
Effective January 2, 2019 the City of Scio will no longer provide Public Notary Services. Anyone seeking public notary services should contact their personal banking institutions, Sheila Foster @ the Scio Fire District Office, 503-394-3000 or call CB Consulting Services, Cecily Brown, 503-394-2091
Planning Commission Position Open
The City of Scio is currently seeking volunteers who live within the city limits to serve on the Scio Planning Commission. The planning commission actively serves the city by making land use recommendations/decisions for the city depending on the complexity of the application before them. The time commitment involved can range from 1 to 4 hours per month. If you are interested in planning for the future of Scio, please consider volunteering your time. - Application
We are often asked what can or cannot go into the recycling bins from Republic Services. Here is a handy link to their website to help you determine if certain items can go in the recycling or must be placed in your garbage can. Just click on the cart to see what you can do.
City Hall Hours
Monday - Thursday - 7:30 am to 5:00 pmFriday - 7:30 am to 12:00 pm
City of Scio
Incorporated in 1866.
Population:920County:LinnLocation:44°42′13″N 122°51′0″WElevation:317 feet Area Code:(503)Zip Code:97374Time Zone:Pacific
Reporting possible pollution issues is everyone’s responsiblity. If you think that there is a possible land, air or water pollution, please report it by doing one of the following:Fill out DEQ’s Online Complaint FormCall the DEQ hotline - 1-887-997-7888Oil Spills - 1-800-452-0311Noise Complaints - 541-967-3950Nuisance Odors - 503-229-5376For additional information about pollution reporting click here.
Please call the City of Scio at 503-394-3342, if you have an illicit discharge emergency. If it is after regular business hours please dial one of the following numbers:•541-619-8152•503-509-9807•541-401-3526For additional information about illicit discharge(s) click here.