Assistant Pool Manager
The City of Vale is taking applications for an assistant pool manager. This is a seasonal position with an hourly rate of $14.00 an hour. Applications are available at Vale City Hall located at 150 Longfellow Street N or online at www.cityofvale.com. Applications must be submitted to City Hall no later than April 9th, 2021 by 5:00 p.m.
The City of Vale is now taking applications for lifeguards for the 2021 season. Applications are available at Vale City Hall located at 150 Longfellow Street N or online at www.cityofvale.com. Applications must be submitted to City Hall no later than April 9th, 2021 by 5:00 p.m.
The brush recycle drop provides a free place for residents to dispose of organic only materials such as tree limbs and grass clippings.
Non-organic materials are not allowed at the brush recycle drop. Examples include: Furniture, Electronics, Concrete, Dirt, Rocks, Demolition debris, Plastics, Household garbage.
Currently the brush recycle drop is open 24/7, but restrictions could be put in place if non-organic materials continue to arrive.
New Brush Recycle Drop News
The City of Vale is in the process of adding a composting process for the brush recycle drop. This would provide a way to dispose of organic materials without burning and provide compost to the local residents. Watch for future updates!
The brush pit is open again for public use.
To join us by conference call please call 978-990-5260 Access Code 2537305
The City of Vale, is seeking applicants through August 8th, 2018 at 5:00pm for the position of Utility Worker. Applications and job requirements are available at Vale City Hall, 252 B Street W., Vale Oregon, between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm Monday through Friday.
The City of Vale Utility Worker works in the operation and maintenance of the water and wastewater system and assist in maintenance and construction of all phases of the water and wastewater system.
This is a full time salaried position with excellent benefits. High School Diploma or GED and three years related experience required for the position. Drug Screening and Background checks will be required. Salary is $2720 to $2885 per month dependent upon experience and certifications.
Application materials are available at Vale City Hall, 252 B Street W, Vale, or City of Vale Website at www.cityofvale.com.
The City of Vale is an equal employment opportunity employer.
Message from city manager Lynn Findley:
With the State Winter Weather Emergency Declaration and a Malheur County Declaration, I would like to make sure you have as much information as possible hopefully to answer some questions you may have. In order for FEMA, Small Business Administration, and other programs to be requested by the State of Oregon, an Initial Damage Assessment (IDA) must be done. For this damage assessment there are two different areas we are collecting information about. One is the Public Infrastructure Initial Damage Assessment which includes data from cities, special districts (such as school districts), certain utility providers (which would include OTECC but not IPC), and certain Private Non‐profit Organizations. The other type is known as Individual Damage Assessment for individuals, families, and businesses.
For the purpose of the IDA, the Oregon Office of Emergency Management (OEM) is requesting we report for those costs and damages that occurred as a direct result of weather on or near January 10, 2017 – January 19, 2017. We know that for Malheur County this series of events really started around December 9, 2016 and the Eastern Oregon Emergency Managers are working with OEM on this.
For the Public Infrastructure Initial Damage Assessment, (OEM) provided a document that goes over the process called: Public Infrastructure Checklist. I condensed it down just a little from its original version and it is provided below.
Malheur County City Program Information (pdf)
SBA Economic Injury Worksheet (pdf)
Individual Assistance IDA Homes (excel)
IDA Field Data Collection Form Outbuildings Other (excel)
The City of Vale will be holding a public meeting on November 29th, 2016 at 7pm to discuss city trees. The meeting will be held at City Hall.