Apply to a city citizen advisory group

Citizen advisory groups inform the West Linn City Council on issues of importance to the community. Due to term expiration dates, there will be openings on eight citizen advisory boards in 2013. The city council will make appointments in January 2013 to the following citizen advisory groups:

• Economic development committee

• Historic review board

• Library board

• Parks and recreation board

• Planning commission

• Sustainability advisory board

• Transportation advisory board

• Utility advisory board

The time obligations and responsibilities vary for each citizen advisory group.  More information about each group can be found in Chapter 2 of the West Linn Municipal Code at Apply for a citizen advisory group and you will be contacted about the appointment. If you have any questions, email Kathy Mollusky at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Offer input on priorities, economic development

The city of West Linn wants your opinions to help with planning for 2013 by completing an online survey. The survey includes questions about priorities, economic development and other issues.The city is asking residents to take a few minutes to complete the online survey at The survey should take less than 10 minutes to complete and responses are confidential. The city will share the combined results from this survey with the community.For more information, email Assistant City Manager Kirsten Wyatt at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or call 503-657-0331.

Sign up for West Linn email newsletter

Submit your email address to receive weekly updates from the city of West Linn. Your email address will not be shared with outside parties, and you will only receive email alerts from the city of West Linn. It’s another way to stay informed about the latest news, information and Web updates. Sign up at

Robinwood concert series continues

The Robinwood Station is continuing its Bobbin’ Robin concert series with three more performances.

  • On Dec. 1 at 7 p.m., local musician John Nilsen will perform. He is a renowned piano player, having just completed a 14-state, 40-city U.S. tour this fall. He has produced 17 albums. This is a family concert appropriate for all ages.

  • On Dec. 22, there will be a community bonfire and sing-along at 7 p.m. Large-print lyrics will be handed out. There will be a practice before the concert for any guitar players who want to participate. Hot chocolate and cider will be served and participants are encouraged to bring cookies to share.

  • On Jan. 19, 2013, at 7 p.m., Orb Bones, a four-piece trombone group that performs a variety of material from classical to pop is scheduled.

    The Robinwood Station is located at 3706 Cedaroak Drive, West Linn. For more information about the Bobbin’ Robin series, visit

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