Established in 1920, the League of Women Voters is a national, grassroots, non-partisan political organization. Its members--men and women--are committed to making democracy work.
Monday, August 22
Contemplate Corvallis 2040!
What Kind of City Should Corvallis Be in 2040?
Don't Go Unheard!
LWV Corvallis Adopts a New Local Position
Special Taxing Districts
& Urban Renewal Districts
League of Women Voters
MAKING DEMOCRACY WORK FOR ALL
Is A Carbon Tax a Good Idea?
View Carbon Tax Forums
View Mary Christina Wood's Presentation
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
Sept. 21 – Kick-off Meeting (Climate Justice)
Sept. 22, Oct. 19, 20, 24 – Voter Service Forums
ACTION ALERT – Help with the Work of the LWV
Event and Bulletin Assistance
Missed the Carbon Tax Forum? – View It Here On YouTube
Climate Change – Act Now
Get Information Here
Read about League activities this past year in the LWV Corvallis 66th Annual Meeting Workbook
Special Districts and Public Service Delivery: An Analysis of a Corvallis Park and Recreation District by Joseph Grandolfo, an intern in the Oregon State University Policy Analysis Laboratory (OPAL). Mr. Grandolfo a graduate student in Public Policy prepared this report to assist the League of Women Voters of Corvallis with its study of Local Taxing Districts.
Results of a Community Conversation - What Matters About Living in Corvallis?
Read about League activities this Summer in the Summer Bulletin
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