Apply for a community grant

The city of West Linn has a limited amount of funding available for community organizations’ requests for support for their yearly events, operations and activities.

Community organizations are asked to submit a standardized form each spring so all requests received by the city can be similarly evaluated during the community grant allocation process. The budget typically includes an allocation to qualifying organizations.

Neighborhood associations are not eligible for the community grant program. The grant request form is designed for community-based organizations that are interested in receiving grant funding for specific, planned events and activities occurring between July and June of the coming year.

Although the city budgets on a biennial (two-year) basis, the request must be submitted for each of the fiscal years.

Submitted application forms are evaluated by the members of the citizen budget committee. This citizen group determines how best to allocate available funding based upon the criteria and develops its recommendations, which are forwarded to the city council for approval.

The application window will close March 20. For more information, visit

Robinwood Station Garden event set

Learn the satisfaction of growing your own potatoes on March 17 from 1 to 2 p.m. Ed Florence, long-time local potato gardener, will cover soil quality and type, planting techniques, potato varieties for the region, watering and harvesting. Seed potatoes will be available for purchase.

The Robinwood Station is located at 3706 Cedaroak Drive.

For more information, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 503-451-0289.

Check out winter routes

The city of West Linn will post winter weather information on its home page and on its Facebook page and Twitter when necessary.

The winter weather route map shows primary and secondary snow plowing, de-icing routes and streets subject to closure during snowy and icy weather in West Linn.

Call 503-656-6081 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with questions or with requests for service. The winter weather route map can be found at

Library helps with e-readers

Every second and fourth Wednesday you can drop in at the West Linn Public Library for free hands-on help with your e-reader and Library2Go. Please note the schedule below and come at the time designated for your particular device. You may be sharing your learning time with others, so arrive on time and be familiar with your device beforehand.

  • 1 p.m. — Tablets and smartphones
  • 2 p.m. — Non-tablet kindles
  • 3 p.m. — All other non-tablet e-readers
  • Library staff can also help with:

  • Getting started with Library2Go
  • Finding, checking out, and downloading e-books
  • Returning e-books early
  • Transferring books to your device
  • The library is located at 1595 Burns St.

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