Central Oregon DailyCentral Oregon freezing rain: List of impacts and closures

Central Oregon freezing rain: List of impacts and closures

Central Oregon freezing rain: List of impacts and closures

Frozen windshield freezing rain

Another round of freezing rain is hitting Central Oregon Thursday and the list of impacted services is growing.

Redmond Municipal Airport

The airport announced at about 2:00 p.m. that the runway was shutting down. Passengers were urged to contact their airlines about flight status.

Schools

Jefferson County 509J Schools cancelled school Thursday morning.

In the afternoon, Bend-La Pine, Redmond and Crook County school districts cancelled after-school activities.

Both Central Oregon Community College and OSU-Cascades closed campuses early.

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Bend Park and Recreation District

Bend Park and Recreation District is closing its recreation facilities due to inclement weather at 4:15 p.m. Recreation facilities include The Pavilion, Juniper Swim & Fitness Center and Larkspur Community Center.

Scheduled programs as well as drop-in use of facilities will be prohibited due to safety concerns. BPRD programs scheduled for the evening in non-BPRD locations will also be canceled, including basketball practices and other recreation programs.

Kids Inc after-school care is occurring and parents and guardians are strongly encouraged to pick up children by 4:15 p.m. if possible.

 

 

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