Glide Revitalization will be hosting an informal town hall meeting this Thursday, March 25th, at 6pm in the Fellowship Hall of the Glide Baptist Church. This is a perfect opportunity to listen to people on the scene, ask your questions and get some answers. Glide Revitalization has been working very closely with state and county
Town Hall Meeting Holding Pacific Power Accountable for the Archie Creek FireThursday, Oct. 22 at 6:00pmGlide High School Gym18990 N Umpqua Hwy, Glide, OR 97443 Full statement from Dole Coalwell: Archie Creek – This fire, beginning on September 8, 2020, has burned 131,542 acres of Douglas County, near Roseburg, Oregon, destroying over one hundred residences
Hey here is a helpful tip that might benefit some of you. People who get SNAP but lost food they had already purchased due to fire/spoilage because of the fires or evacuation can get replacement benefits. People who lost their Oregon Trail Card (the electronic benefit card for TANF and SNAP benefits) in the fire/evacuation.
A Disaster Survivor Assistance Team from the Federal Emergency Management Agency is at the OLD GLIDE Jr. HIGH SCHOOL to provide assistance to victims of the recent wildfires. Due to COVID-19, the team is not going door to door and are following safety guidelines as they meet with residents. Those wanting to register for FEMA
If you are not aware of The 138 Grill please do yourself a favor and read this article and watch the news video. This will warm your heart. Kudos to The 138 Grill. The 138 Grill in Glide busy feeding Archie Creek firefighters | KVAL
Dear Oregonian, If your employment was directly affected by the recent wildfires and straight-line winds, you may qualify for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA). DUA is a federal program that provides financial benefits to people whose employment or self-employment was lost or interrupted as the direct result of a major disaster. In response to the recent
OAR has secured $500,000 grant for housing relief through NAR’s REALTORS® Relief Foundation for the Oregon wildfires disaster. Who should apply? Any full-time resident and U.S. citizen or legally admitted U.S. resident who has lost their home to the Oregon wildfire disaster and is in need of support for either of the following: 1) Monthly
Oak Springs Apartments will be available on November 1. 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom with washer and dryer.They are located at 331 NE Pomona Street in Roseburg off of Diamond Lake Blvd. $1,200 monthly rent – 8 month lease$40 water utility fee$10 trash utility fee$500 refundable security deposit with approved credit$50 application fee per adultFill out
If you need groceries, toiletries, laundry supplies, baby food, diapers, clothing, bedding, towels, camping equipment, tarps, and much more… Please stop by. Located at: 301 GLIDE LOOP DRIVE.OPEN BETWEEN 10 A.M. AND 7 P.M. You need to have suffered a home loss to qualify for assistance. We have a list of addresses affected. Please bring ID
We know you were affected by fire, but if you have also been affected by Covid-19 (who hasn’t). The CCD Business Development Corporation still has funding for small business grants for those affected by COVID-19. Please visit their website and click on the red banner for a link to the application. If you have questions
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