Volume 2 | Issue 10 | October 21, 2020
Fall weather is officially upon us and that means leaves are falling. City staff want to share some helpful information with you about how to properly dispose of leaves and other fall yard waste.
City of Lewiston
STAY IN THE KNOW
SMALL BUSINESS GRANT OPPORTUNITY
The City of Lewiston is implementing a small business grant program for COVID-19 relief.
Learn more and act quickly, as funding is limited!

CONTINUING A LEGACY, KEEPING YOUR HEALTH IN GOOD HANDS
He served our community for more than 35 years, leading the way in health and safety. Now, while he leaves some big boots to fill, his successor has already hit the ground running.

WHY HE CHOSE THE CITY OF LEWISTON, AND WHY HE STAYED
After 20 years of dedicated service to the Lewiston community, Ken Scharnhorst, Street Maintenance Technician, has retired. Learn about his career with the City of Lewiston and why he chose to stay.


A GREAT ACTIVITY FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY AT KIWANIS PARK
Did you know that you can fish for rainbow trout at the Kiwanis Park Pond? The pond is stocked with rainbow trout from March through June and in October to maintain high catch rates for anglers.


SERVICE SPOTLIGHT
SNAKE RIVER AVENUE CLEANUP
City staff helped refresh Snake River Avenue this month by picking up litter and other debris.

"This is a semi-annual event that City Hall staff have been participating in for over 22 years," Administrative Services Director Dan Marsh said. "It's a great project where we can give back to our community in a different way than what we do in the office."

CITY PROGRAMS & EVENTS
The health and safety of our staff, patrons, and visitors is our top priority. As we continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 pandemic, we remain proactive in the reopening and continuation of facilities, programs, and community events.
HOLIDAY CLOSURES & SAFETY INFO.
City buildings will be closed on Wednesday, November 11th in observance of Veterans Day. Buildings will also be closed on Thursday, November 26th and Friday, November 27th in observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday.
HALLOWEEN SAFETY TIPS
Lewiston School Resource Officers have some important information that can help keep you and the ones you love safe this Halloween.







UPCOMING CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS
Work Session
  • Monday, November 2nd, 3PM
Regular Meeting
  • Monday, October 26th, 6PM
  • Monday, November 9th, 6PM
  • Monday, November 23rd, 6PM
Citizen comments can be provided by calling 208-746-3676 and leaving a voice message. Your comments will then be forwarded to the City Council. Individuals may also attend in person at City Hall for work sessions or at the Lewiston City Library for regular meetings.

Agendas are posted on the City's website (link below) no later than a week prior to each meeting.