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Jan 26, 2021

Curry County Moving from Moderate Risk to Low Risk Effective 1/29/21 to 2/11/21.

Curry County will be moving from Moderate Risk to Low Risk under the state’s framework for assessing the risked posed by the spread of COVID-19. This level will be effective from Friday, January 29th, 2021 to February 11th, 2021.
Read the Press Release.

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Jan 26, 2021

For the Reporting Period of 01/19/2021 through 01/25/2021, Curry County Public Health (CCPH) Has Received Notification of Four (4) New COVID-19 Cases

For the reporting period of 01/19/2021 through 01/25/2021, Curry County Public Health (CCPH) has received notification of four new COVID-19 cases; all cases have been confirmed by Curry County’s contracted Health Officer after receiving the lab results. Three of these cases are South Curry County residents, and one North Curry county resident.
CCPH has reached out to the individuals to make sure they are isolating and monitoring symptoms. CCPH is currently investigating the cases through contact tracing to identify any possible contacts and exposures relevant to the cases and will reach out to anyone suspected of exposure to COVID-19.
Read the Press Release.

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Jan 25, 2021

Curry Public Transit 2021-2023 Grant Spending Plans. Response Deadline Is Feb 1, 2021 at 5:00PM.

Curry County Public Transportation Service District is finalizing the 2021‐2023 grant spending plans funded by the State Transportation Improvement Fund (STIF) and Special Transportation Fund (STF). The Board of Commissioners is requesting comments on these plans, which can be viewed at www.currypublictransit.org (STIF/STF Advisory Committee tab, “Minutes 1‐12‐2021”, or Curry County website Agendas and Minutes January 20 2021 item 6D. The purpose is to obtain public comment related to the projects and about the local government’s performance on this project. Written comments must be received by February 1, 2020 at 5:00P.M., by email to huttlj@co.curry.or.us, or mailed by US Mail to County Counsel, 94235 Moore Street, Suite 123, Gold Beach, Oregon 97444.
Read the Public Legal Notice.
Read the  Minutes Curry County Joint Transportation Advisory Committee.

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Jan 20, 2021

For the Reporting Period of 01/12/2021 through 01/18/2021, Curry County Public Health (CCPH) Has Received Notification of Nine (9) New COVID-19 Cases

For the reporting period of 01/12/2021 through 01/18/2021, Curry County Public Health (CCPH) has received notification of nine new COVID-19 cases; all cases have been confirmed by Curry County’s contracted Health Officer after receiving the lab results. Six of these cases are South Curry County residents, one Central Curry county resident and two North Curry County residents.
CCPH has reached out to the individuals to make sure they are isolating and monitoring symptoms. CCPH is currently investigating the cases through contact tracing to identify any possible contacts and exposures relevant to the cases and will reach out to anyone suspected of exposure to COVID-19.
Read the Press Release.

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Jan 14, 2021

Curry County Seeks Applicants for the Budget Committee

Due to a term expiration and a resignation, Curry County is seeking a resident of  North and of  Central County who would like to serve on the Curry County Budget Committee.  Because this is a staggered three (3) year term the North County term will expire December 31, 2022 and the Central County term December 31, 2023.  
Budget Committee members are responsible for reviewing the proposed, annual county budget and making budget decisions pending final approval by the Board of Commissioners prior to the start of the 2021 -2022 fiscal year on July 1, 2021.  The Budget Committee meets in the Spring for several daytime meetings.
Read the Press Release.      Click for an Application   

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Jan 12, 2021

Effective Friday, January 15th 2021 – January 28th, 2021 Curry County Will Be Moving from Extreme Risk to Moderate Risk.

Effective Friday, January 15th 2021 – January 28th, 2021
Curry County will be moving from Extreme Risk to Moderate Risk under the state’s framework for assessing the risked posed by the spread of COVID-19. This level will be effective from Friday, January 15th, 2021 to January 28th, 2021. What does this mean? It means that the governor will allow us to ease restrictions on some business and personal activities.
See below related OHA guide to risk levels and restrictions.
 Related: Oregon Health Authority’s Guide to risk levels and restrictions. https://sharedsystems.dhsoha.state.or.us/DHSForms/Served/le3461.pdf
Read the Press Release.

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Jan 12, 2021

Between 01/05/2021 and 01/11/2021, Curry County Public Health (CCPH) Has Received Notification of 17 New COVID-19 Cases.

Between 01/05/2021 and 01/11/2021, Curry County Public Health (CCPH) has received notification of 17 new COVID-19 cases; all cases have been confirmed by Curry County’s contracted Health Officer after receiving the lab results. Fourteen of these cases are South Curry County; three are Central Curry county residents. Most of these cases are household contacts related to previously reported cases.
CCPH has reached out to the individuals to make sure they are isolating and monitoring symptoms. CCPH is currently investigating the cases through contact tracing to identify any possible contacts and exposures relevant to the cases and will reach out to anyone suspected of exposure to COVID-19.
Read the Press Release.

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Jan 05, 2021

Curry County Seeks Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee Members

Due to recent resignations, Curry County is seeking one (1) applicant  from central county (the central county position is from Sisters Rock to Burnt Hill Creek), two (2) applicants from south county (from Burnt Hill Creek to the California border), and two (2) applicants to serve in an at large capacity who would like to serve on the Curry County Parks and Recreation Advisory committee with terms expiring November 6, 2022.  

Click here for an application.                              Read the Press Release.

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Jan 05, 2021

Between 12/28/2020 and 01/04/2021, Curry County Public Health (CCPH) Has Received Notification of 24 New COVID-19 Cases.

Between 12/28/2020 and 01/04/2021, Curry County Public Health (CCPH) has received notification of 24 new COVID-19 cases; all cases have been confirmed by Curry County’s contracted Health Officer after receiving the lab results. Twenty of these cases are South Curry County, three are Central Curry county residents and one is a North Curry County resident. Most of these cases are household contacts related to previously reported cases.
CCPH has reached out to the individuals to make sure they are isolating and monitoring symptoms. CCPH is currently investigating the cases through contact tracing to identify any possible contacts and exposures relevant to the cases and will reach out to anyone suspected of exposure to COVID-19.
Read the Press Release.

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Nov 03, 2020

Unofficial November 3rd Election results available now. Updated Periodically, Certification available within 20 days. Election Night Result 

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Oct 08, 2020

Clerk Kolen reminds Voters of Deadlines

Curry County Clerk Reneé Kolen reminds residents who are new to the State of Oregon the deadline to register to vote in the November 3rd 2020 Presidential Election is October 13th.

Registered voters who have moved or changed their mailing address will need to update their Voter Registration by 8pm Election Day.  Oregon Law does not allow the United States Postal Service to forward ballots.

“The easiest way to register to vote or update your voter registration is to go to your trusted source either at  the Secretary of State Elections Division at oregonvotes.gov  or Renee’ Kolen Curry County Clerk at co.curry.or.us .” Kolen said.

“You can also register by paper form available at your local post office or contact our office at (541) 247-3297 to make arrangements to get you registered or email us at clerk@co.curry.or.us . Voters can also check the status of their registration and track the delivery of their ballot at oregonvotes.gov .” Kolen added.

Ballot packets will be mailed out to registered voters in Curry County on October 14th. Voters who have not received a ballot by October 21st should call the County Clerk’s Office at (541) 247-3297.

Postage is not required to mail a ballot and ballots are due in the County Clerk’s Office or in an Official Drop Box by 8:00 pm on Election Day November 3rd. Postmarks do NOT count in Oregon.  Official Drop Boxes are located at the Curry County Courthouse and at Brookings and Port Orford City Halls.

If you choose to mail your ballot it should be mailed by October 27th to ensure it arrives at the County Clerk’s office on time.

The biggest threat we have to elections today continues to be misinformation. Kolen reminds us to always go to a trusted source of election information at the Secretary of State Elections Division at oregonvotes.gov  or the Curry County Clerk at co.curry.or.us .

 

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Jul 27, 2020

Curry County Public Health Received Notification of 1 new  Confirmed Cases of COVID-19.

  • As of noon today 07/27/2020, Curry County Public Health has received notification from Curry General Hospital of one new case of COVID-19, bringing the county’s total number of verified positive cases to 14, with 9 recovered cases, 5 verified active cases, zero hospitalizations and zero deaths.

 Read the Press Release

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Feb 22, 2018

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