1. Recreational Burn Ban Lifted

    As the fire danger is returning to a more normal level, and resources are once again becoming available, the restriction on recreational fires in the City of Longview will be lifted at 12:01 a.m., September 24, 2020. Read on...
  2. Water System Flushing Scheduled Area #1

    The City of Longview’s utility crews will be flushing water mains in the area between Industrial Way and Nichols Boulevard from Oregon Way to Washington Way, Friday September 25, 2020. Read on...
  3. Sewer Liner Construction Work Street Closure

    The City of Longview contracted with Allied Trenchless from Chelan, WA to install a cured-in-place sewer liner for several aging sewer pipes. Allied Trenchless is scheduled to start the sewer liner work on September 21, 2020. Read on...
  1. General guidelines for temporary political signs

    During campaign season, the landscape blooms with a special kind of flower - the political sign. Unlike wildflowers that are welcome most anywhere, putting campaign signs at some locations is illegal. So before you plant that sign... Read on...
  2. I-5 Project ODOT information

    This summer, ODOT will be installing new smart technology upgrades and adding a bus-only lane on southbound I-5 between 99th Street and the Interstate Bridge to help improve the flow of traffic and safety. Read on...
  3. Outdoor Gallery Creates Podcast Tour

    The Longview Outdoor Gallery has created a podcast audio tour to showcase the nearly two dozen pieces of art sprinkled throughout Downtown Longview. Read on...
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