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Sutherlin, OR 97479
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About UsThe Timber Valley SKP RV Park is a 206 unit 55+ RV Co-op affiliated with the Escapees RV Club. Each member of the co-op holds a lifetime lease on a large RV lot. When a member is not in the park, that lot can be put into the rental pool so that visiting Escapees members may rent an available lot by the day, week, or month.
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We’ve added a link to an album containing photos of the map shown by Blair Nash at Friday’s Seminar about the Cooper Creek Dam. Blair is with the Sutherlin Water Control District and gave a group of about 60 people … Continue reading
‘Update on Cooper Creek Dam’ by district manager Blair Nash — Friday, April 19, (NEW TIME) 3:30 p.m.
Blair Nash, District Manager, Sutherlin Water Control District will give an update on the Cooper Creek Dam on Friday, April 19 at 3:30 p.m. He will have the latest inundation maps and give information on the earthen dam . Copper … Continue reading
On March 7, Timber Valley’s Emergency Preparedness Committee asked the Communications Committee to come up with a plan for handling emergency communications in the future. Marc Stalnaker agreed to chair an emergency communications sub-committee and called for a meeting of … Continue reading
The value of our RainedOut Alert system has proven invaluable during the past couple weeks. If you haven’t already done so, please, PLEASE, consider signing up so you can be quickly and efficiently informed of urgent park messages and emergency … Continue reading
How prepared were you for the Snowmagedden that hit Timber Valley last week? I thought I was prepared. I had a Go Bag packed in the car. I made a trek out to the car to retrieve it. First thing … Continue reading
Heavy wet snow storms dumped on the Umpqua Valley this past week, not only making travel extremely difficult, but taking down power lines by fallen trees, limbs and breaking power poles throughout the Umpqua Valley and other parts of Oregon. … Continue reading
With Winter weather upon us … including both freezing temperatures and possible power outages … your emergency Go Bag needs to be ready and within easy access for any possible emergencies. Another cold weather reminder — when your propane … Continue reading
According to a recent article on Wired.com, the new message in home emergency preparedness is: “Be ready for 14 days on your own. Two weeks.” Science writer Adam Rogers reports in “The Science Behind Home Disaster Preparedness Kits Is a … Continue reading
Dennis Riggs, Emergency Manager for the City of Sutherlin, will be at Timber Valley on Friday, Sept. 21, 3 p.m. in the Clubhouse. He will update us on what the city is doing to prepare for disasters and how best … Continue reading
The Timber Valley Board has officially formed an Emergency Preparedness Committee to begin developing an Emergency Preparedness Plan for the Park. This would include identifying risks and mitigation strategies; listing resources; establishing coordination within the Park; and coordinating with the … Continue reading