Eighteen years after the attacks of September 11, 2001, the community joined together to honor the heroes, victims, and survivors of that day. Ontario Fire & Rescue, Ontario Police Department, and Treasure Valley Paramedics hosted the event at City Hall. Chief Leighton, Chief Romero, and Mayor Hill were among those who spoke.
DHS has a new high priority hiring surge dedicated to immediately filling more than 300 positions related to the Child Welfare Division of the Department of Human Services. This effort is part of Governor Kate Brown’s Executive Order No. 19-03, which is aimed at improving Oregon’s child welfare system to better serve our most vulnerable children and families.
At this time DHS has 20 positions in Ontario that it must fill. The link for info and applications is:
Located on this page will be the 5 recruitments in Ontario for:
REQ-17288 Child Protective Services
REQ-17230 Child Welfare Supervisor
REQ-17356 Permanency Caseworker
REQ-17356 Foster Care Certification
REQ-17351 Child Welfare Caseworker
If you have questions or need more information, please contact:
Amy Acree, Senior Recruiter
c: 971-719-0498 | email@example.com
Recruitment help: firstname.lastname@example.org
Join us on Wednesday as we honor the victims, rescue workers, and survivors of the September 11, 2001 attacks.
The City is changing its online bill pay on Thursday, August 1. This change will allow you to see your usage, give you the option for paperless billing, and we will not charge a credit card fee. You can sign up for online bill pay on the Utility Billing page. Below is a tutorial for registering.
ORHA Education Inc. is providing a free two-hour class with handouts for anyone that would like to attend and learn about SB 608 - The Tenant Protection Bill.
A burn ban for Malheur County will go into effect Friday, July 19, 2019 until further notice. This includes all open burning and burn barrels. For more information, click the link below or call Ontario Fire and Rescue at (541) 881-3233.
Burn Ban Notice 2019
Join us at the Airport on July 20 for Airport Appreciation Day! The event will have free admission and includes EAA Young Eagles plan rides, live entertainment, vendors, and unique displays of planes, show cars, and motorcycles. The event will include a fly-in (for more information about the fly-in, contact Frazier Aviation at (541) 889-9197). Airport Appreciation Day kicks off with a breakfast at 8 AM and continues to 2 PM. See you there!
Members of the Chamber of Commerce had the opportunity to hear messages from Chief Leighton and Chief Romero on Monday, June 24. Chief Leighton addressed the upcoming Independence Day holiday and the importance of firework safety. Chief Leighton discussed the State Fire Marshal's "Keep it legal. Keep it safe" program and cited statistics regarding the harm and damage that illegal fireworks cause.
Chief Romero opened the session up to the audience to ask questions. He answered questions regarding his background, why Ontario, and strategies he is implementing at Ontario Police Department.