The Philomath City Council plans to meet at 7 p.m. Monday, April 11, at City Hall for its first in-person gathering since self-imposed public meeting restrictions were lifted last month.

The agenda includes discussion and possible decision on an ordinance that would grant temporary easements and one permanent easement to the Oregon Department of Transportation in a move related to the Downtown Safety and Streetscapes Project.

The council is also scheduled to discuss the status of the Philomath Inclusivity Committee. Other items on the agenda include an Arbor Day proclamation, possible vote on modifying the official name of Marys River Park, a Park Advisory Board appointment and a city manager salary increase.