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Welcome Traditionally, the three R’s of the Santiam Canyon region have been recreation, relaxation and resources. After the devastating Labor Day wildfires of 2020 that changed. The three R’s driving the area now are recover, renew and rebuild. Recovery has taken many forms: help from the Federal level with FEMA; the State and Marion and Linn counties funding assistance and modifing procedures; cities scrambling to reestablish services. Meanwhile, the Santiam Service Integration Team and Santiam Canyon Wildfire Relief Fund, among others, reached out to provide support to those who lost homes, businesses, and their sense of security to the flames.

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Now from the fire-scarred landscape there are many signs of renewal. There’s green on the forest floor and inthe branches of blackened trees. Plots are cleared of rubble. Some campgrounds re-opened. Community activities are reviving.

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The rebuild is underway. Spring was filled with the ring of hammers as local marinas prepared for summer visitors. SEDCOR’s Santiam Rebuild Coalition poured foundations for a Detroit community center and city hall. Housing permits were issued. Businesses pivoted, focusing on what they can do rather than what was lost.

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The Comeback Trail Santiam Canyon communities show resilience By James Day The grit and determination that defines residents of the Santiam Canyon is coming to the fore once again. Devastating wildfires damaged or destroyed huge swaths of the region last September, but the signs of optimism are everywhere. New construction, businesses reopening, voters ponying up for new infrastructure, Memorial Day weekend coming off, well, almost like old times. Here is a quick snapshot of developments in the region:

Detroit “In Detroit, we keep running into hurdles,” said Mayor Jim Trett. “Every time we turn around we have a hurdle. Wouldn’t it be nice to have just one thing happen?” The town has broken ground on a new city hall/ community center, with much of the labor and materials donated by a coalition of contractors led by Rich Duncan. “They’re doing such a great job,” Trett said. The community center will be completed first, Trett said, with the builders getting a head start by being able to use the walls of the former Detroit High School gym. The goal, Trett said, is to have a regionwide celebration of the community hall building on Labor Day weekend, with SANTIAM REBUILD COALITION GROUNDBREAKING FOR THE DETROIT COMMUNITY CENTER COMPLEX.

City Hall to be finished later. The city’s badly damaged water system is perking along with temporary tweaks and splices that are producing 70 gallons a water per minute, with a reservoir available to store the water during the overnight hours. “We have water back,” enthused Trett. He reports that the system held up just fine during Memorial Day weekend, although the high-visitor periods of July 4th and Labor Day still are to come. A new water system for Detroit is a year and a half or two years away, Trett predicted. Another positive for Detroit and the region is that five businesses were open for Memorial Day: both marinas, two restaurants and the Mountain High Grocery. Detroit also got a boost earlier this year when broadband came to Detroit via Ziply Fiber. The Ziply Fiber work involved laying approximately 20 miles of fiber throughout Detroit and Idanha, which is enabling gigspeed service to approximately 450 area homes and businesses. Ziply Fiber dug and buried fiber-optic cables as well as secured fiber to the existing copper telephone lines. In Detroit, the company also had to redesign its entire network because the vast majority of the infrastructure was damaged or destroyed by in the fires. The addition was a boon for Canyon students who were studying at home because of the pandemic and Mayor Trett also said the new fiber will make Detroit more attractive for individuals looking to build second homes in the area or for folks looking to work from home.

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The levy in Measure 22-186 will assess district property owners the same 30 cents per $1,000 of assessed value as the current levy. Thus, a homeowner whose property is assessed at $200,000 would continue to pay the same $30 per year as under the current levy. District officials estimate that the levy, will raise approximately $236,000 over five years. The measure passed with 54% of the vote, with about 52% of district voters in Linn County supporting it and 61% of those in Marion County.

Lyons and Mehama Lyons and Mehama, which also straddle the Linn and Marion borders, also received a boost from voters when Measure 22-187 sailed through in the May ballot with 80% approval. The measure will raise more than $5 million from district property owners to upgrade the water system. District officials plan to:

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• Replace two storage reservoirs that have reached the end of their useful lives. • Provide a new, 1.3-million gallon tank to promote system resiliency and provide additional storage capacity. • Install two new water mains to assist with water delivery and provide higher fire flow capacity. • Refinance outstanding borrowings for related capital costs. • Pay for site improvements, demolition, equipment and bond issuance costs. Property owners in the district will be charged $1.10 per $1,000 of assessed value to pay for the improvements. Property valued at $200,000 would be liable for an additional $220 per year in property to pay for the bond. The district serves residents of Lyons as well as unincorporated areas east and south in Linn County and the community of Mehama in Marion County. And it passed with nearly 80% of the vote in both counties.

Gates Hard hit by fires, like the forest floor, there are many signs of life and renewal in Gates. While Upward Bound Camp lost most of its structures to the fires, what looked to be an impossible task just a few months ago is changing into a new beginning for the camp. Summer programs are planned. The Christian-

based recreational and educational camp will continue to provide experiences for persons with special needs, as it has since 1978. More new growth: the Santiam Canyon Tool Library was set up and began operating on the grounds of the Gates Community Church. Donated tools from individuals and local businesses can be checked out and returned free of charge: saws, pressure washers, generators, wheelbarrows, chain saws, ladders, paint sprayers, leaf blowers, sanders and more. To honor the work of city employees who juggled their own losses with the struggle to get city services back online, the city of Gates was awarded a flag flown over the nation’s Capitol in December. The flag will be mounted at City Hall. A second flag was donated to the Gates Rural Fire District. It will be displayed at the fire house with memorabilia collected from the fire.

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The small town at the eastern end of the canyon has added a card-lock gas station, making it easier for residents and commercial traffic to fill up in that more isolated corner of the region. The Idanha-Detroit Rural Fire Protection District was gifted with a used engine from Coos Bay to replace a vehicle destroyed in September’s fires. That brought the district’s rolling stock up to date. More than 3 acres were donated to the district as a site to replace the fire station that burned down. Now the goal is identifying funding sources for the project, estimated $2.4 million, to move into construction. Mary Owen contributed to this report

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In a tough year, Santiam Canyon School District comes out on top By Melissa Wagoner The Santiam School District’s new junior/senior high school building, begun in March 2020, may have cost taxpayers $17.9 million but it’s worth much more than that. “We’re over-delivering,” Superintendent Todd Miller, said of the grants, donations and district funding that made it possible to include, in addition to the initial building (20,000 sq. ft. larger than promised), a gymnasium, a cafeteria and a parking lot. In total, it’s $26 million in improvements, under budget and on-time despite a year of horrendous setbacks. “Even amongst everything that could be thrown at us the crews have done a great job,” Miller said. That includes mitigation of an estimated $1.5 million in smoke damage from the Labor Day fires. “Our buildings were horrendous,” Miller said. “A great big

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medical accidents,” Gates RFPD Chief Jack Carriger confirmed. Another issue the RFPDs are all attempting to address is the need for more wildland fire training. “We received a grant from the State Fire Marshal’s office to do training and buy equipment,” Carriger noted. Training is a focus for the Lyons-Mehama RFPD, too. “We already had a good training program before,” Teri Butler, office administrator for the district, confirmed. “And now we’re improving it.”

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Focus for the Idanha-Detroit RFPD is different. It’s still on survival. With two-thirds of the district’s volunteers living outside the canyon, and the station having burned to the ground, volunteers currently have nowhere to stay. “They have to bring a trailer or go home at the end of the day,” Ewing explained. And it’s not just the volunteers who are unhoused. The district’s equipment – which includes substantial donations after the loss of their engine and several other pieces of gear to the Labor Day fires – has been difficult to store as well.

“We’ve gotten grants but they’re for specific things and not survival,” Ewing pointed out.

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“We had to buy a storage container to put all the stuff in,” Ewing noted. The district is working toward a permanent solution with the help of a $45,000 grant awarded by the Santiam Wildfire Relief Fund and 3.5 acres of donated land, on which they plan to rebuild. “Any collections we get are going into the new fire station…” Ewing said. “But it’s a $2.4 million project.”

“People say, ‘You’re a volunteer company. It shouldn’t cost you anything,’” Carriger noted. “And they’re right. In any organization the largest expenditures is personnel. But we need money to keep the doors open and keep the trucks running.”

Despite the needs, Carriger – and all of the Canyon’s RFPDs – is grateful for the community support the districts have received. “We all deeply appreciated the support that our community showed us through the wildfires…” he said. “They donated so much, helping people who were displaced from their homes. The generosity was almost overwhelming.”

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Although the likelihood of an extreme earthquake is low, the potential impacts of a breach of the gates are high due to the large downstream population, the report said.

The dam was constructed between 1949 and 1953, and as you might expect with a structure of that vintage, it needs work from time to time.

Further down the road the Corps hopes to address fish passage and water temperature issues that are affecting salmon stocks. A lengthy review process that featured opportunities for Canyon residents, businesses and elected officials to chime in, led to a tentative plan to do the project “in the wet,” meaning that the lake level would not need to be reduced for the work. The project would include a giant weir that would be used to move fish around the dam and a tower near the dam that would manage the water temperature.

Currently, the dam is about midway through a three-cycle project to rehabilitate the spillway gates. Work for this season ended Feb. 24, said Tom Conning, a spokesman for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Three more gates are awaiting repairs, with Conning noting that the timeline depends on future funding. The Corps also recently studied the gates for seismic resiliency and concluded that a slightly lower water pool for 2021 and beyond will be required. The Corps studied the possible impact of a major Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake on the dam to better understand the potential ground motion at the site and its effect on the dam’s spillway gates.

The original budget and timeline called for spending in the neighborhood of $500 million, with construction concluding by 2028. However, Conning noted that given there is no current defined funding for the project, the Corps is going to take a step back and re-examine the issue to make sure it complies with all environmental policies and endangered species acts.

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That’s almost $2 million shy of the group’s $5 million goal. In short, Rebuild needs more help. “Email scwrf@santiamhospital.org for donations and volunteer inquiries,” Freres suggested. “Also, check out the volunteer sign up form on the SCWRF webpage, www.santiamcanyonwildfirerelieffund.org, and the newly launched LTRG webpage, www.santiamrecovery. org.

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Recreation opportunities different, but growing By Melissa Wagoner “In every fire there is the possibility of a phoenix,” Peter Moore, Business Director at Breitenbush Hot Springs, said. The retreat center sustained considerable damage during the 2020 Labor Day fires and he was trying to find meaning in what he referred to both as a “disaster” and “catastrophe.” Tourism – disaster or no – is still the primary source of income for many Santiam Canyon businesses. They have had to get creative in order to open their doors in 2021.

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www.stateparks.oregon.gov “The first of May we’re hoping to have at least the day use open,” Robert Rea, Park Manager of Detroit Lake State Park, said when asked about the park’s reopening plans. “But we’re not going to be able to open to any walk-in camping, that will be next year at the earliest.”

“For folks that are missing Opal Creek, it’s there,” Selvig assured. “The water is there…looking crystal clean and pure as we all remember it. If anything, it’s the centerpiece now. You can hear it from wherever you are. But it’s all fragile. It needs time to heal. And this year is not the time [to visit] but there will be time in the future.”

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With hazardous tree removal already underway, Rea said amazingly much of the old growth timber survived and scorched vegetation is already growing back.

Recreation.gov “There are various closures in place as a result of the September fires impacting areas near Detroit in the Santiam Canyon and near McKenzie Bridge,” Joanie Schmidgall, acting Public Affairs Staff Officer for the Forest Service, said when asked about the Willamette National Forest. “Those closures can be found [at Recreation.gov].”

“It’s amazing how it’s come back in such a short time,” Rea marveled.

With access for camping and hiking limited in specific areas, it is best to check the website.

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“Typically, our campgrounds will open by Memorial Day. Some areas have been adversely impacted by fire and Forest Service recreation staff are still in the process of evaluating and assessing various campgrounds. We do know the Little North Fork area and recreation sites up Forest Road 46 towards Breitenbush will be closed for several months, if not longer. Sites near the lake may be open sooner.”

www.opalcreek.org “I think the reality of our situation right now is that it won’t be open to the public in the next year,” Megan Selvig, Program Director for the Opal Creek Wilderness Area, said. “So, tourism will be zero.” With severe fire damage throughout the Opal Creek Drainage, a mosaic burn in and around Jawbone Flats and damage to multiple bridges, even assessing the full extent of the damage has been tricky. “Our focus is getting our own access to the site so we can start cleanup,” Selvig confirmed. “We’ve visited a couple of times by helicopter and…we’re going to need a lot of help. There is a lot of damage up there.” The sad fact is, Selvig acknowledged, Opal Creek will never be the same. “I’m right there with everybody else… I was not ready for the emotional toll it takes. But at the same time, it’s going to be exciting to watch it change.” Already life is springing forth from beneath the burn. 14 | SANTIAM

The Detroit Ranger Station will remain closed until further notice. “We’re asking the public to be patient with us as we work to reopen fire impacted areas,” Schmidgall said. “Additionally, adhering to current closure orders is very important for public safety and the safety of Forest Service employees. We have a long road ahead, and we’re moving as quickly as possible. We realize how important recreation and tourism is to the Santiam Canyon area.”

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www.kanesmarina.com “[W]e plan to open for moorage and boat rentals this summer season,” Gloria Loveberg, a representative from


“We’ve had such an amazing outpouring of support and love and volunteers to help us out this year,” Lunski enthused. “I’m excited to see everyone.”

Kane’s Marina, said. “All of our docks will be available to moor boats…” she continued, “and we hope to have music, games and get togethers outside on the lawn.”

Breitenbush Hot Springs

www.breitenbush.com “We’ll be reopening for Memorial Day for camping and reduced services,” Breitenbush’s Moore, said of the retreat’s plans to open after being closed for over a year due to COVID.

Although the RV park will not reopen until later this summer due to a lack of water and electricity, the staff is excited to welcome guests at a limited capacity. “Our customers are anxious to return and we hope to be ready for them,” Loveberg confirmed, “it’s still a beautiful place to be with greenery around the lake and it will only continue to get better.”

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And while Breitenbush lost a lot to the fire – all of its century old cabins as well as hundreds of trees – the lodge, the hot springs themselves and the off-the grid infrastructure survived.

“We’ll never see the property the way we saw it before,” Moore confirmed. “But we’re going forward.” Rebuilding contemporary cabins using wood salvaged from trees that burned, the future will be a mix of the old and the new. “It’ll still be Breitenbush,” Moore stated. “We’re celebrating life.”

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Your Chamber P.O. Box 222 Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-5000 www.nschamber.org director@nschamber.org

Join the Chamber

Membership starts at just $75 a year! All members receive premium listings in our annual directory (this publication), and are also listed online at www.nschamber.org/ directory. Upper level members receive much more! Visit www.nschamber.org/join to find out how your business can benefit from joining the Chamber.

Find Us on Facebook www.Facebook.com/NorthSantiamChamber

Honoring Community Service

In April the Chamber recognizes the outstanding community and business leaders in the North Santiam Canyon. Nominations accepted in every January for Business of the Year, Non-Profit of the Year, Community Improvement Award and more! Sponsored by Pacific Power. Info: 503-897-5000.

Creating Community Celebrations

The Chamber strives to bring together a variety of community inter-

ests each June with a music and art festival at Kimmel Park presented in association with Santiam Hearts to Arts, and KYAC 94.9 FM and sponsored by Santiam Hospital.

Serving Youth While Having Fun

The Youth Benefit Golf Tournament is the first Saturday in August at Mallard Creek Golf & RV Resort in Lebanon. This annual event has raised over $248,703 for local youth groups and education scholarships. Players and sponsors are always welcome. This event is organized by Chamber Past President Mike Long with help from the Chamber Board of Directors, and sponsored by Santiam Hospital and Freres Lumber Company. To register: www.ybgolf.com

Networking After Hours - Quarterly

Thursdays 6-8 pm. Join the local business community at one of these fun evening networking events. We’re here to help business and non-profit representatives get together for better exposure of their programs and goals. Attendees come from all walks of the business spectrum and you might be surprised to learn just how active your neighbors are in the community! Dates TBA, events happen bi-monthly. https://nschamber.org/networking/ or 503-897-5000.

Find Local Events In 2019, the Chamber Board of Directors met with representatives from Marion County and Pacific Power to discuss ways the Chamber could support economic development projects like a new vehicle charging station in Mill City and the sewer system developments that are now underway.

Looking for something to do? Visit our online events calendar at www.nschamber.org/events for local happenings! Organizing an upcoming event? Send us your information to director@nschamber.org and we’ll post it for free!

Chamber Board of Directors President: Sandy Lyness Sandy Lyness Real Estate Investments 503-551-2645 • sandylyness@yahoo.com Vice President: Rex Mittelstaedt Rex Images 503-897-2691 • rex@reximages.com Treasurer: Micah Keto Community Advocate

Community Advocate: Michelle Gates 503-897-5000 • director@nschamber.org Director at Large: Ryan Steele Weddle Funeral Service 503-769-2423 Director at Large: Mike Long Youth Benefit Golf Tournament Chair 503.897.4902 • mikelong@wavecable.com

Director at Large: Lisa Follis SantiamCanyon SD 129J 503-897-2321 • lisa.follis@santiam.k12.or.us Director at Large: Dave Valencia State Farm Insurance 503-769-1800 • dave.valencia.b8eg @statefarm.com Chamber Liaison: Mollie Richardson 503-897-5000 • director@nschamber.org

Many of our programs are run exclusively by local people who reserve five hours a month to help grow our community. Meetings are held in Mill City on the 2nd Friday of the month, from 8:30-10:30am. To join the Board, contact one of our current Board members (listed above), email director@nschamber.org, call 503-897-5000 or visit our website at www.nschamber.org/about. Help us make our community a better place to live and thrive! 18 | SANTIAM


Serving our Neighbors Since 1969 • Commercial/Industrial/ Residential Plumbing • New Construction/Remodels • We work with your contractor • Service and Repair • Septic Systems • Food Service Facilities • Design Build & Value Engineering

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Locations In: Bend And Salem

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Sublimity Medical Clinic Primary Care & OB Care In addition to caring for you through your pregnancy and delivery, Dr. Alvale, Dr. Dunham and Dr. McCarthy provide primary care for infants, children, and adults.

SUBLIMITY MEDICAL CLINIC Part of Santiam Hospital

503.769.2259 • 114 SE Church St. · Sublimity santiamhospital.org

Santiam Hospital & Clinics accept all insurance including all Medicare Plans, OHP, Kaiser Permanente & Blue Cross

Your Building Material Experts

ORDER BY PHONE - ONLINE QUOTES - WE DELIVER!

FENCING

DECKING

SIDING

CABINETS

WINDOWS

Four Nearby Locations: Salem • Springfield • Bend • Prineville 20 | SANTIAM

DOORS

parr.com


Member Directory ADA Services............21 Advertising...............21 Art Classes...............21 Arts and Crafts.........21 Auto Parts................21 Catering...................21 Child Care................22 Churches..................22 Coffee & Espresso.....22 Colleges...................22 Community Development............22 Construction.............22 Contractors..............23 Credit Unions...........23 Education.................23 Elected Officials........23 Event Centers...........23 Excavation...............23 Farms, Equipment & Supplies...................23 Fast Food.................23

Financial Services.....24 Flower Shops............24 Forestry/Wood Products...................24 Fraternal Organizations...........24 Funeral Homes.........24 Garbage Collection...24 Gifts.........................24 Gidts & Souvenirs.....24 Heating & Air Conditioning.............25 Housing...................25 Insurance.................25 Landscape Supplies...25 Legal Services..........25 Marinas...................25 Medical/Dental........25 Metal Art.................25 Mobile Home Community..............25 News Media.............25 Personal Services.....26

Printing & Design.....26 Promotional Products...................26 Public Agencies.........26 Public Assistance......26 Radio Stations..........26 Real Estate...............26 Recreation................27 Recycling..................27 Restaurants..............27 River Guides.............27 Roads & Rock Products...................27 RV Parking & Storage....................27 Self Storage.............28 Tourism Info.............28 Trucking...................28 Utlities.....................28 Weddings.................28 Youth Camps............28

ADA SERVICES – CATERING ADA SERVICES

ARTS AND CRAFTS

40151 Gates School Road Gates, OR 97346 503-897-2447 https://www.upwardboundcamp.org

218 SW Broadway St Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-4363 https://www.facebook. com/thecraftshackmore

Upward Bound Camp

ADVERTISING

Our Town/Mt. Angel Publishing Inc 2340 Martin Dr #104 Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-9525 www.ourtownlive.com

The Craft Shack and More

AUTO PARTS

Davison Auto Parts 21385 Santiam Hwy Mehama, OR 97384 503-859-2100 www.davisonnapa.com

CATERING The Canyon Weekly

2340 Martin Drive #104 Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-9525 www.thecanyonweekly.com

Mill City Subway 509 Santiam Blvd NE Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-6087

Trexler Farm, Inc

ART CLASSES

The Craft Shack and More

218 SW Broadway St Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-4363 https://www.facebook.com/thecraftshackmore

20146 Ferry Rd SE Stayton, OR 97383 503-859-4488 www.trexlerfarm.com

CCB# 168985

www.focusheatingandcooling.com

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CATERING – CONSTRUCTION CHILD CARE

Oregon Charter Academy 833 Santiam Blvd Mill City, OR 97360 (503) 897-2272 https://www.oregoncharter.org

Sandy’s Lakeside Coffee & RV 1487 N. Santiam Hwy. Idanha, OR 97350 503-854-3349

COLLEGES CHURCHES

Gates Community Church of Christ 40070 Gates School Rd Gates, OR 97342 503-897-3210

Chemeketa Community College 4000 Lancaster Drive SE Salem, OR 97305 503-399-5000 www.chemeketa.edu

COFFEE & ESPRESSO

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

647 NE Santiam Blvd Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2378 www.rosiesscones.com

825 Santiam Blvd Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2372

Rosie’s Mountain Coffee House

Canyon Crisis and Resource Center

Chemeketa Community College 4000 Lancaster Drive SE Salem, OR 97305 503-399-5000 www.chemeketa.edu

Detroit Lake Recreation Area Business Association 215 D St. Detroit, OR 97342 503-931-1885 www.detroitlakeoregon.org

Gates Community Church of Christ

North Santiam Fraternal Order of Eagles #3384 640 SW Broadway Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-3100

Stayton Sublimity Chamber of Commerce

40070 Gates School Rd Gates, OR 97342 503-897-3210

175 E. High St. Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-3464 www.staytonsublimitychamber.org

Mid Willamette Valley Community Action Agency

Upward Bound Camp

280 NE Santiam Blvd Mill City, OR 97360 503-339-9080 www.mwvcaa.org/programs/crp

North Santiam Chamber of Commerce PO Box 222 Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-5000 www.nschamber.org

40151 Gates School Road Gates, OR 97346 503-897-2447 https://www.upwardboundcamp.org

CONSTRUCTION

Benchmark Builders 39941 Mad Creek Road Gates, OR 97346 503-897-4044

Castle Construction, Inc 315 Frontier Drive Gates, OR 97346 503-580-2354

FOR ALL YOUR SURVEYING NEEDS...

Gregory L. Wilson, PLS | 503-588-8800

Greg@BarkerWilson.com www.BarkerWilson.com

647 NE Santiam Blvd, Mill City OR Open 8-4 Everyday 503-897-2378

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CONSTRUCTION – FAST FOOD Focus Heating and Construction 1740 Shaff Rd #316 Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-7519 www.focusheatingandcooling.com

Siegmud Excavation & Construction

18052 Fern Ridge Rd. Stayton, OR 97383 (503) 769-6280 https://siegmundexcavation.com

CONTRACTORS

Benchmark Builders 39941 Mad Creek Road Gates, OR 97346 503-897-4044

CREDIT UNIONS

NW Preffered Federal Credit Union 393 E Florence St Stayton, OR 97383 (866) 236-6968 www.nwpreferredfcu.com

EDUCATION

Santiam Canyon School District

Chemeketa Community College 4000 Lancaster Drive SE Salem, OR 97305 503-399-5000 www.chemeketa.edu

150 SW Evergreen Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2321 www.santiam.k12.or.us

ELECTED OFFICIALS

Mid Willamette Valley Community Action Agency 280 NE Santiam Blvd Mill City, OR 97360 503-339-9080 www.mwvcaa.org/programs/crp

North Santiam School District

Linn County Board of Commissioners 300 SW 4th Ave Albany, OR 97321 541-967-3825 www.co.linn.or.us

Marion County Board of Commissioners

1155 N 3rd Ave Stayton, OR 97383 (503) 769-6924 https://www.nsantiam.k12.or.us

555 Court St NE Salem, OR 97301 503-588-5212 www.co.marion.or.us

Oregon Charter Academy

Representative Sherrie Sprenger

833 Santiam Blvd Mill City, OR 97360 (503) 897-2272 https://www.oregoncharter.org

900 Court Street Salem, OR 97301 503-968-1417 www.sherriesprenger.com

EVENT CENTERS

Trexler Farm, Inc 20146 Ferry Rd SE Stayton, OR 97383 503-859-4488 www.trexlerfarm.com

EXCAVATION

Siegmud Excavation & Construction

18052 Fern Ridge Rd. Stayton, OR 97383 (503) 769-6280 https://siegmundexcavation.com

FARMS, EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES Broken Bow Ranch 40101 Gates School Rd Gates, OR 97346 503-897-2232

FAST FOOD

Mill City Subway 509 Santiam Blvd NE Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-6087

D & W  

Automotive

118 North Center Sublimity, Oregon 97385 503-769-7471 Heavy Truck & Farm Equipment High Performance & 4-Wheel Auto, Truck & Tractor Parts

General Repair & Welding Foreign & Domestic Machine Shop & Metal Fabrication

Jefferson   Truck & Auto 922 North Second Street Jefferson, Oregon 97352 541-327-1100

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FINANCIAL SERVICES – GIFTS AND SOUVENIRS Poppa Al’s Famous Hamburgers 198 NE Santiam Blvd Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2223

FINANCIAL SERVICES Dave Valencia, State Farm Insurance

1203 N 1st Ave Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-1800 https://www.davevalencia.com

Farmers Insurance Michael Bochsler

120 S Center St Sublimity, OR 97385 503-767-7777 www.farmersagent.com/mbochsler

NW Preffered Federal Credit Union 393 E Florence St Stayton, OR 97383 (866) 236-6968 www.nwpreferredfcu.com

FLOWER SHOPS

FUNERAL HOMES

GIFTS

1486 N First Ave Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-6331 www.staytonflowers.com

224 N 3rd Ave Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-9010 www.santiamfuneral.com

33635 North Fork Rd SE Lyons, OR 97358 503-897-3253

Stayton Flowers

FORESTRY/WOOD PRODUCTS

Freres Lumber Co., Inc. 141 14th Street Lyons, OR 97358 503-859-2121 www.frereslumber.com

Henness Logging Inc. 39646 Gates School Rd Gates, OR 97346 503-897-3319

North Santiam Funeral Service

Stayton Flowers

Weddle Funeral Service 1777 N 3rd Ave Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-2423 www.weddle-funeral.com

North Santiam Fraternal Order of Eagles #3384

1486 N First Ave Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-6331 www.staytonflowers.com

GIFTS AND SOUVENIRS

GARBAGE COLLECTION

Ask Me About Recycling 1740 Shaff Road #105 Stayton, OR 97383 (503) 569-0146 www.askmeaboutrecycling.com

Pacific Sanitation, Inc

FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS

Metal Art Your Way

3475 Blossom DR NE Salem, OR 97301 503-393-1031 www.pacsan.net

The Craft Shack and More 218 SW Broadway St Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-4363 https://www.facebook. com/thecraftshackmore

Rex Images

815 NW Santiam Blvd Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2691 www.reximages.com

640 SW Broadway Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-3100

“Our family serving yours”

Mill City Dental Center We strive to provide you with the best possible dental care.

“No need to brush all your teeth… just the ones you want to keep.”

Glenn Hilton Family, Owners Glenn has personally served the community for over 30 years.

North Santiam Funeral Service

224 N. Third Avenue, Stayton (503) 769-9010 www.santiamfuneral.com • nsantiamfs@wvi.com

SANTIAM

MEDICAL CLINIC

Part of Santiam Hospital

280 S. 1st Ave., Mill City 503.897.4100 santiamhospital.org

Brian T. Rust, DMD

548 First St. • P.O. Box 260 Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2353 • Fax 503-897-2354 teeth@millcitydentalcenter.com 24 | SANTIAM

Accepting all insurances and all patients


HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING – NEWS MEDIA HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING

Focus Heating and Construction 1740 Shaff Rd #316 Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-7519 www.focusheatingandcooling.com

Farmers Insurance Michael Bochsler

LEGAL SERVICES Stayton Law

582 E Washington St Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-7741 www.staytonlaw.com

280 S. 1st Ave Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-4100 www.santiamhospital.org/ clinic-Santiam-Medical.php

LANDSCAPE SUPPLIES

MARINAS

METAL ART

115 Breitenbush Road Detroit, OR 97342 503-854-3423 www.detroitlakemarina.com

33635 North Fork Rd SE Lyons, OR 97358 503-897-3253

Kane’s Marina

Deer Creek Hollow

120 S Center St Sublimity, OR 97385 503-767-7777 www.farmersagent.com/mbochsler

Allied Rock

Detroit Lake Marina

18825 Old Mehama Rd Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-3034 www.alliedrockllc.com/

Santiam Heating & Sheetmetal INC. 41713 Stayton Scio Rd. Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-8483 www.santiamheating.com

North Santiam Paving Co.

HOUSING

Deer Creek Hollow

245 N Santiam Hwy E Gates, OR 97346 971-719-0651 https://sites.google.com/view/deercreek/home

INSURANCE

Dave Valencia, State Farm Insurance

1203 N 1st Ave Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-1800 https://www.davevalencia.com/

41203 Kingston Lyons Dr SE Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-3436 www.NSPor.com

NorthRock, Inc

46195 Lyons-Mill City Drive Lyons, OR 97358 503-769-3439 www.north-rock.com

530 Clester Road, Detroit, OR 97342 503-854-3362

MEDICAL & DENTAL

Mill City Dental Center 548 S 1st Ave Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2353

Santiam Hospital

1401 N. 10th Ave Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-9241 www.santiamhospital.org

Santiam Medical Clinic

Metal Art Your Way

MOBILE HOME COMMUNITY 245 N Santiam Hwy E Gates, OR 97346 971-719-0651 https://sites.google.com/ view/deercreek/home

NEWS MEDIA

Our Town/Mt. Angel Publishing Inc 2340 Martin Dr #104 Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-9525 www.ourtownlive.com

1095 N. First Avenue Stayton, OR 97383 Fax: 503.767.3227

503.767.3226

S E H C i w d SaN t rESiSt you CaN’ 509 NE Santiam Hwy, Mill City

503-897-6087

• Primary and Same-Day Care • Women's Health to include IUD and Nexplanon Placement • Wellness Exams and Preventative Services • Chronic Disease Management • Buprenorphine Treatment for Opioid Addiction

Maria Fife

Family Nurse Practitioner / Owner We accept most insurances Find us on Facebook www. facebook.com/canyonfamilyhealth

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NEWS MEDIA – REAL ESTATE The Canyon Weekly

2340 Martin Drive #104 Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-9525 www.thecanyonweekly.com

The Canyon Weekly

2340 Martin Drive #104 Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-9525 www.thecanyonweekly.com

PERSONAL SERVICES

PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS

2516 62nd Avenue Southeast Salem, OR 97317 503-949-8071 https://www.weddingsandrituals.com

815 NW Santiam Blvd Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2691 www.reximages.com

Weddings and Rituals

Rex Images

PUBLIC AGENCIES PRINTING & DESIGN Our Town/Mt. Angel Publishing Inc 2340 Martin Dr #104 Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-9525 www.ourtownlive.com

Rex Images

815 NW Santiam Blvd Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2691 www.reximages.com

City of Detroit

160 N Detroit Ave, Detroit, OR 97342 503-854-3496 www.detroitoregon.us

City of Lyons

449 5th St Lyons, OR 97358 503-859-2167 www.cityoflyons.org

City of Mill City 444 S. 1st Ave Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2302 www.ci.mill-city.or.us

RADIO STATIONS

Linn County Board of Commissioners

KYAC 94.9 FM Community Radio

300 SW 4th Ave Albany, OR 97321 541-967-3825 www.co.linn.or.us

158 W Broadway Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-6397 www.kyacfm.org

Marion County Board of Commissioners

REAL ESTATE

555 Court St NE Salem, OR 97301 503-588-5212 www.co.marion.or.us

Sandy Lyness Real Estate Investments

49258 SE Kingwood Ave Mill City, OR 97360 503-551-2645 www.sandylynessrealestate.com

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE Canyon Crisis and Resource Center

Marion County Board of Commissioners

825 Santiam Blvd Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2372

555 Court St NE Salem, OR 97301 503-588-5212 www.co.marion.or.us

Mid Willamette Valley Community Action Agency 280 NE Santiam Blvd Mill City, OR 97360 503-339-9080 www.mwvcaa.org/programs/crp

Wills, Trusts, Estate and Probate · Real Estate Matters Business and Corporate Law · 20 Years in Practice

Davison

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Eleven Locations to Serve You Mehama Stayton 503-859-2100 21385 N Santiam Hwy

McMinnville Sheridan Monmouth

503-769-2141 145 N Third Ave

Woodburn Carlton Reedsport

Tillamook Lincoln City Florence


RECREATION – RV PARKING & STORAGE RECREATION

Detroit Lake Marina

115 Breitenbush Road Detroit, OR 97342 503-854-3423 www.detroitlakemarina.com

Detroit Lake Recreation Area Business Association 215 D St. Detroit, OR 97342 503-931-1885 www.detroitlakeoregon.org

eNRG Kayaking 115 NE Wall St. Mill City, OR 97360 503-887-5033

Fur Sure Outfitters

875 NW River Road Mill City, OR 97360 (503) 991-9449 www.fursureoutfitters.com

North Santiam Chamber of Commerce PO Box 222 Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-5000 www.nschamber.org

ROADS & ROCK PRODUCTS

Stayton Sublimity Chamber of Commerce

Poppa Al’s Famous Hamburgers

RECYCLING

Rosie’s Mountain Coffee House

175 E. High St. Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-3464 www.staytonsublimitychamber.org

Ask Me About Recycling 1740 Shaff Road #105 Stayton, OR 97383 (503) 569-0146 www.askmeaboutrecycling.com

Pacific Sanitation, Inc 3475 Blossom DR NE Salem, OR 97301 503-393-1031 www.pacsan.net

North Santiam Paving Co.

198 NE Santiam Blvd Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2223

41203 Kingston Lyons Dr SE Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-3436 www.NSPor.com

647 NE Santiam Blvd Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2378 www.rosiesscones.com

NorthRock, Inc

Trexler Farm, Inc

Siegmud Excavation & Construction

46195 Lyons-Mill City Drive Lyons, OR 97358 503-769-3439 www.north-rock.com

20146 Ferry Rd SE Stayton, OR 97383 503-859-4488 www.trexlerfarm.com

RESTAURANTS

18052 Fern Ridge Rd. Stayton, OR 97383 (503) 769-6280 https://siegmundexcavation.com/

RIVER GUIDES

Kane’s Marina

eNRG Kayaking

530 Clester Road, Detroit, OR 97342 503-854-3362

RV PARKING & STORAGE

115 NE Wall St. Mill City, OR 97360 503-887-5033

Mill City Subway

Fur Sure Outfitters

509 Santiam Blvd NE Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-6087

Apple Pi Storage

875 NW River Road Mill City, OR 97360 (503) 991-9449 www.fursureoutfitters.com

2245 Apple Loop Lyons, OR 97358 503-559-7169 www.applepiestorage.com

Our Patrons tell us it’s the Best Pizza Ever!

Integrated Solid Waste Management Commercial & Residential Garbage Collection Recycling Collection Junk Removal

Pizza Wings Fries Sliders Salads Great Desserts & More Full Bar

No Job Too Big or Too Small

Great Beer Selections, on Tap and in Bottles

503-393-1031

503-743-1267

Serving Detroit • Idanha Mill City • Gates • Lyons NE Salem • Brooks • Jefferson • Turner Marion and Linn Counties

7620 3rd Street, Turner, Oregon 97392

(across from the Fire Station)

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RV PARKING & STORAGE– YOUTH CAMPS Detroit Lake Marina

115 Breitenbush Road Detroit, OR 97342 503-854-3423 www.detroitlakemarina.com

Santiam Self Storage, LLC

2160 Apple Loop Lyons, OR 97358 503-979-3821 https://www.santiamselfstorage.com/

Sandy’s Lakeside Coffee & RV 1487 N. Santiam Hwy. Idanha, OR 97350 503-854-3349

TOURISM INFORMATION

Santiam Self Storage, LLC

175 E. High St. Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-3464 www.staytonsublimitychamber.org

2160 Apple Loop Lyons, OR 97358 503-979-3821 https://www.santiamselfstorage.com/

SELF STORAGE

Apple Pi Storage

2245 Apple Loop Lyons, OR 97358 503-559-7169 www.applepiestorage.com

TRUCKING

YOUTH CAMPS

141 14th Street Lyons, OR 97358 503-859-2121 www.frereslumber.com

40151 Gates School Road Gates, OR 97346 503-897-2447 https://www.upwardboundcamp.org/

Freres Lumber Co., Inc.

Stayton Sublimity Chamber of Commerce

UTILITIES

Detroit Lake Recreation Area Business Association

Pacific Power

North Santiam Chamber of Commerce

WEDDINGS

215 D St. Detroit, OR 97342 503-931-1885 www.detroitlakeoregon.org

PO Box 222 Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-5000 www.nschamber.org

Upward Bound Camp

Consumers Power Inc. 6990 West Hills Rd. Philomath, OR 97370 541-929-3124 www.cpi.coop 525 Wilco Road Stayon, OR 97383 503-767-6809 www.pacificpower.net

Weddings and Rituals

2516 62nd Avenue Southeast Salem, OR 97317 503-949-8071 https://www.weddingsandrituals.com/

Santiam Elementary 503-897-2368 Santiam Junior/Senior High 503-897-2311 Santiam Canyon Preschool 503-897-0987 Oregon Charter Academy 503-897-2272

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Alphabetical Directory Allied Rock

Davison Auto Parts

KYAC 94.9 FM Community Radio

North Santiam Paving Co.

Landscape Supplies

Auto Parts

Deer Creek Hollow

Advertising, Radio Stations, News Media

Landscape Supplies, Roads & Rock Products

Mobile Home Community, Housing

Gold

Gold

North Santiam School District

503-897-2378

Ask Me About Recycling 503-854-3423

Linn County Board of Commissioners

Recycling, Garbage Collection

Public Agencies, Elected Officials

Education

Gold

Bronze

Sandy Lyness Real Estate Investments

Marion County Board of Commissioners

NorthRock, Inc

503-551-2645

Landscape Supplies, Roads & Rock Products

Bronze

503-769-3034 Silver

Apple Pi Storage 503-559-7169

503-859-2100

971-719-0651

RV Parking & Storage, Self Storage

Detroit Lake Marina

(503) 569-0146

Marinas, Recreation, RV Parking & Storage

Benchmark Builders 503-897-4044

Construction, Contractors

Broken Bow Ranch 503-897-2232

Farms, Equipment & Supplies

Canyon Crisis and Resource Center 503-897-2372

Public Assistance, Community Development

Silver

Castle Construction, Inc 503-580-2354

Construction/Building

Bronze

Chemeketa Community College 503-399-5000

Colleges, Education, Community Development

Bronze

City of Detroit 503-854-3496 Public Agencies

Gold

City of Lyons

503-859-2167 Public Agencies

City of Mill City 503-897-2302

Detroit Lake Recreation Area Business Association 503-931-1885

Tourism Information, Community Development, Recreation

eNRG Kayaking 503-887-5033

River Guides, Recreation

Farmers Insurance - Michael Bochsler

Insurance, Financial Services

Bronze

Bronze

Metal Art Your Way 503-897-3253 Metal Art, Gifts

Education, Community Development, Public Assistance

503-769-7519

Construction, Heating & Air Conditioning

503-339-9080 Gold

Mill City Dental Center

Gold

503-897-2353

Freres Lumber Co., Inc.

Bronze

503-859-2121

Trucking, Forestry/Wood Products

Silver

Medical & Dental

503-769-3436

(503) 769-6924

503-769-3439

NW Preffered Federal Credit Union (866) 236-6968

Financial Services, Credit Unions

503-897-6087

Fast Food, Restaurants, Catering

503-897-3319 Gold

Kane’s Marina 503-854-3362

Marinas, Restaurants

503-897-3100

Fraternal Organizations, Community Development

North Santiam Funeral Service 503-769-9010

Sandy’s Lakeside Coffee & RV

Legal Services

Stayton Sublimity Chamber of Commerce 503-769-3464

Tourism Information, Community Development, Recreation

The Canyon Weekly 503-769-9525

Printing & Design, News Media, Advertising

503-854-3349

Gold

Coffee & Espresso, RV Parking & Storage

The Craft Shack and More

Trexler Farm, Inc

Santiam Canyon School District

Advertising, Printing & Design, News Media

Heating & Air Conditioning

503-769-9525

Pacific Power

503-769-8483

Santiam Hospital 503-769-9241 Medical & Dental

503-767-6809

Gold

Utilities

Santiam Medical Clinic

Poppa Al’s Famous Hamburgers

Churches, Community Development

Real Estate

Santiam Heating & Sheetmetal INC.

Tourism Information, Community Development, Recreation

North Santiam Fraternal Order of Eagles #3384

Silver

Our Town / Mt. Angel Publishing Inc

Gates Community Church of Christ 503-897-3210

Coffee & Espresso, Restaurants

503-769-7741

Bronze

Bronze

503-897-5000

Stayton Law

Bronze

Education

North Santiam Chamber of Commerce

River Guides, Recreation

Rosie’s Mountain Coffee House

503-897-2321

Bronze

Pacific Sanitation, Inc

(503) 991-9449

Gifts, Flower Shops

503-769-6331

Education, Child Care

(503) 897-2272

Bronze

Fur Sure Outfitters

Promotional Products, Printing & Design, Gifts and Souveniers

Bronze

Bronze

Mill City Subway

Stayton Flowers

503-897-2691

Oregon Charter Academy

Gold

Forestry/Wood Products

503-769-1800

Public Agencies, Elected Officials

Focus Heating and Construction

Consumers Power Inc. Dave Valencia, State Farm Insurance

503-588-5212

Financial Services, Insurance

503-767-7777

Henness Logging Inc.

Utilities

541-967-3825

Mid Willamette Valley Community Action Agency

Public Agencies

541-929-3124

503-897-6397

Rex Images

503-393-1031

Recycling, Garbage Collection

503-897-2223

Fast Food, Restaurants

Silver

Representative Sherrie Sprenger 503-968-1417 Elected Officials

Bronze

503-897-4100 Medical & Dental

Santiam Self Storage, LLC

503-979-3821 Self Storage, RV Parking & Storage

503-897-4363

Arts and Crafts, Art Classes, Gifts and Souvenirs

503-859-4488

Restaurants, Catering, Event Centers

Upward Bound Camp 503-897-2447

Youth Camps, ADA Services, Community Development

Bronze

Weddings and Rituals 503-949-8071

Weddings, Personal Services

Silver

Weddle Funeral Service 503-769-2423 Funeral Homes

Silver

Silver

Siegmud Excavation & Construction (503) 769-6280 Construction, Roads & Rock Products, Excavation

Silver

Funeral Homes

Bronze

Stayton ............ (503) 769-5757 Lyons ............... (503) 859-5757 Mill City ............ (503) 897-5757 Detroit/Idanha ... (503) 854-5757

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Reference EMERGENCY...................... 911 Linn County Sheriff’s Office (business calls).................... 1-800-884-3911 Marion County Sheriff’s Office (business calls)................ 503-588-5032 Canyon Crisis Center............................ 503-897-2327 Santiam Integration Team, Resource Assistance.............. 503-769-9319 Poison Control Hotline......................... 1-800-452-7165 Detroit Ranger District......................... 503-854-3366 CARTS Bus Service............................... 503-585-5187 ODOT Highway Conditions................... 503-378-2299

COUNTY OFFICES Linn County Offices (general services), .......................... 300 Fourth St. SW, Albany................ 541-967-3880 Marion County Offices (general services), ..................... 451 NE Division St., Salem............... 503-588-5037

GATES Gates City Hall, PO Box 577, Gates, 97346.................... 503-897-2669

NORTH SANTIAM COMMUNITY PROFILES POP.

LYONS Lyons City Hall, 449 Fifth St................. 503-859-2167 Lyons Public Library, 279 Eighth St....... 503-859-2366 Lyons Rural Fire District (business calls), ........................ 1114 Main St................................... 503-859-2410 Lyons - Mehama Water District............. 503-859-2367

MEHAMA Mehama Fire Department (business calls)...................... 503-769-2601

MILL CITY

NSSD

Mehama (Marion County)

224

633ft.

Mill City (Linn/Marion County)

1839

826 ft.

503-897-2302

SCSD

Gates (Marion County)

517

942ft.

503-897-2669

SCSD

Detroit (Marion County)

83

1595ft.

503-854-3496

SCSD

NSSD

Mill City Police/Linn Co Sheriff. (business calls), ................ 252 Cedar St. SW ............................. 503-897-2301

Oregon Connections Academy......................................... 833 NW Santiam Blvd, Mill City........ 800-382-6010

HOSPITAL

833 NW Santiam Blvd, Mill City, Oregon 97360

BURN INFORMATION

Idanha-Detroit Rural Fire Protection District, .................. 107 Highway 22.............................. 503-854-3494

503-859-2167

660ft.

DETROIT

Idanha City Hall, 111 Highway 22....... 503-854-3313

SCHOOL DISTRICT

1059

Gates Rural Fire Protection District....... 503-897-2929

IDANHA

CITY HALL

Lyons (Linn County)

Santiam Memorial Hospital, ........................................... 1401 N Tenth Ave., Stayton.............. 503-769-2175

Detroit City Hall, 160 N. Detroit Ave.... 503-854-3496

ELEV.

Permits and other information............. 503-769-3400

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Marion County Economic Development ............................. ......................................................... 503-588-5032

Stayton High School, 757 Locust St., Stayton................... 503-769-2171 Stayton Middle School.......................... 503-769-2198 Chemeketa Community College....................................... 4000 Lancaster Dr NE, Salem........... 503-399-5120

UTILITIES & SERVICES Natural Gas

North Santiam Chamber of Commerce, .......................... PO Box 222, Mill City....................... 503-897-5000

Northwest Natural

Chemeketa Center For Business & Industry, .................... 626 High St, Salem.......................... 503-584-7310

Gas odor emergencies...................... 1-800-882-3377

SCHOOLS

Consumers Power Inc........................... 800-872-9036

Regis High School, 550 W Regis St., Stayton.................... 503-769-2159 St Mary Catholic School, ................................................. 1066 N Sixth Ave., Stayton.............. 503-769-2718 Lourdes Charter School, 39059 Jordan Rd, Scio............... 503-394-3340

Business calls................................... 1-800-422-4012

Electricity Pacific Power Business calls................................... 541-967-6153 Outages........................................... 1-877-548-3768

Telephone People’s Telephone Co (Lyons)

Mill City City Hall, 4445 1st Ave........... 503-897-2302

Santiam Canyon School District (SCSD) office, ................ 150 SW Evergreen, Mill City............. 503-897-2321

Mill City Municipal Court, 252 Cedar St. SW.................... 503-897-2302

Santiam Elementary, ..................................................... 450 SW Evergreen, Mill City............. 503-897-2368

Mill City Public Library, 250 SW Second Ave................... 503-897-4143

Santiam Junior/Senior High School, 265 SW Evergreen Road, Mill City................................. 503-897-2311

Mill City Rural Fire District (business calls)...................... 503-897-2390

North Santiam School District office (NSSD),.......... 1155 N Third Ave., Stayton.............. 503-769-6924

Marion County Public Works, Environmental Services... 503-588-5169

Mill City Water Bills, 252 Cedar St. SW. 503-897-2302

Mari-Linn School, 641 Fifth St., Lyons... 503-859-2154

Pacific Sanitation................................. 503-393-1031

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Business calls....................................... 503-859-2136 Repair................................................. 503-859-2124 Stayton Cooperative Telephone Company........................ 503-769-2121

Trash and Recycling


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Family owned and operated, the Siegmund Group Companies have been providing high quality services and products to the Santiam Canyon, Stayton, and Surrounding Communities for more than four decades. Contact us today for: Site Excavation Road Construction Logging Heavy Hauling Paving Crushed Quarry Rock – ODOT & BPA Approved Landscape Supplies 

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INDUSTRY LEADER

Freres Lumber, established in 1922 above the Santiam River, uses sustainable practices to provide high quality wood products. The family owned and operated company offers valuable job opportunities in the North Santiam Canyon.

We manufacture a range of products such as veneer, plywood, lumber, and now our own patented product, the Mass Ply Panel (MPP). MPP is a massive veneer based panel up to 12’ wide and 48’ long and is designed to be an environmentally superior, sustainable alternative to concrete and steel in construction. Visit frereslumber.com to learn more about products, services and job openings. Subscribe to our blog at frereslumber.com/blog.

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