It is with careful consideration that the Oregon Fest Committee has decided to postpone “Oregon Fest 2020 – Past. Present. Future.” due to the current public health Coronavirus pandemic. The committee is working on making plans to have an Oregon Fest in late summer or early fall, so long as the health of the community has stabilized by then. We believe that the health and well-being of everyone in our community is of the utmost importance, so we are following all local and federal guidelines in accordance with the latest measures put in place by the State of Ohio.
All Oregon Fest related events that were scheduled for the third weekend in May of 2020 have been canceled including the business fair, parade, and plant exchange. We will keep you updated on our plans via Facebook and our website where we will announce a future date and detail plans.
In order to limit exposure to drivers during this pandemic, Republic Services will not collect trash left outside of the City provided carts. All trash must be bagged and placed in the carts. Also, bulk item pick-up will be suspended until further notice. If you have questions please call 1-800-234-3429. Thank You.
The City of Oregon is extending the April 15 tax-filing deadline to July 15, giving people more time to prepare and pay their taxes due to COVID-19.
City of Oregon Mayor Mike Seferian announced today that the city's administrative hallways and counter service will be closed to the public beginning Tuesday, March 17. The offices will remain open and staff will be working to serve the public by phone, email, on-line or by appointment if necessary. Please click here to see specifics for departments at the City of Oregon.
COVID-19 Community and Business Impact
The Eastern Maumee Bay Chamber of Commerce and The Oregon Economic Development Foundation is concerned about the disruption to businesses and organizations as we are aware that COVID-19 will have short and long term impacts on all of us.
Please take a couple of moments to complete this survey. We will take the information to key leaders, help our community stay informed, as well as stay connected to you during this time of uncertainty in order to assist you in any way possible.
All for area businesses here are COVID-19 Business Resources
The City of Oregon has established four (4) drop off sites for recyclable material. The four (4) sites are as follows:
Fire Station 43 – 4421 Bay Shore Road
YMCA – 2960 Pickle Road
Oregon Municipal Complex – 5330 Seaman Road
Pearson Metropark – 4600 Starr Avenue
Click here for more detailed Recycling info in Lucas County