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Believe it or not, it’s typical for Yamhill County to have between 30 and 120 different ballot styles for each election – so you only vote on what is relevant to you.
With that in mind, we don’t normally post a sample ballot.
Should there be questions about this project, please contact Yamhill County Parks.
During the summer months, the reservable areas within the county park system are booked almost every weekend from Memorial Day through Labor Day.
A new reservation policy was adopted on 4/18/13 (Board Order 13-228), to ensure continued compliance with Yamhill County Ordinance 619 (aka the County Parks Ordinance), better refine administrative oversight of parks reservations, and to prevent potential conflicts or issues with reservations impacting other park users and the surrounding neighborhood. Only the following park sites are available for reservations: Ed Grenfell Park’s picnic shelter, Lafayette Locks’ picnic shelter, and Charles Metsker Park. Parks Homepage Park Reservations About Us General Parks Rules and Regulations Tangleboxing Memorial & Recognition Donation Program Volunteer Opportunities Land Donations All Parks-Related Links Reservation Form Rogers Landing Annual Pass Application Mass Gathering Permit Application © 2000 - 2018 Yamhill County. Links to external sites do not constitute endorsements by Yamhill County.
Most reservations occur in Ed Grenfell Park and Lafayette Locks Park.
Yamhill County’s TSP update, scheduled for adoption in 2014, includes the Yamhelas Westsider Trail.
The project is also consistent with policy objectives provided in the 2003 Yamhill County Parks and Open Space Master Plan, as well as the 2009 Yamhill County Agri-Business Economic and Community Development Plan, which indicates the need for transportation infrastructure and amenities such as trails, to further support agri-tourism economic development efforts.
Over the last year, Yamhill County Parks has been working with Oregon State Marine Board (OSMB) facility designers, and as a result, Yamhill County Parks will be replacing the existing floats with a new OSMB-designed, aluminum-frame-style boarding float.
It is anticipated that the new design will have a lifespan that is twice as long as the wooden floats.