- Jun 21
The City would like to recognize the winners of our Clean Water Works student video and poetry contests. The City, in partnership with BendFilm Festival and Zolo Media, recognize the following talented lead producers and their creative teams: - Tyler Bodi Sweet, Most Creative, “East Bend Boys and Girls Club for Clean Water” - Sequoyah Walther-Gingold, People’s Choice Award, “Clean Water” - Joe Sortor, 5th-8th Grade Division Winner, “Don’t Take Our Water for Granted” - Akira Talaba, Grand Prize Winner: Video, “Clean Water Works” - Lucie Wittwer, Grand Prize Winner: Poetry, “Flow Rivers” The grand prize winners win the opportunity to work with professional producers to develop their submissions into real commercials for broadcast. To view all the winning entries please visit www.bendoregon.gov/cleanwaterworks and click on the “Kids” button.
- Jun 21
Do you live in, work in or visit the Galveston Avenue area? Parking actually has a lot to do with how an area feels and works. Don't miss this opportunity to shape our upcoming parking study!
- Jun 20
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- Jun 21
Resolution establishing Charter Review Committee adopted by City Council. Here's what it means: https://t.co/62Xw79aaKR
- Jun 21
Council adopts 2017-2019 Biennial Budget. Learn more: https://t.co/Fa3fHlSo3R
- Jun 21
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For the week of June 19-24
06/16/2017 12:18 PM
Helping control noxious weeds is something every weekend gardener or concerned citizen can do to help protect our native ecosystem.
06/12/2017 12:27 PM
For the week of June 12-7
06/09/2017 12:55 PM
For the week of June 5 – 10
06/02/2017 2:46 PM
Bend’s drinking water collected from the Bridge Creek watershed area is currently safe and unaffected by the Cougar Butte Fire burning in the Tumalo Creek drainage area about 11 miles west of Bend. The fire has grown to over 150 acres and is moving west away from the City of Bend watershed and water intake facility.
05/27/2017 1:52 PM
For the week of: May 29 – June 3
05/26/2017 9:39 AM
Participants receive a customized inspection report with a recommended watering schedule as well as recommendations and tips to make their irrigation system more efficient.
05/24/2017 9:18 AM
For the week of May 22-27
05/19/2017 12:13 PM
A variety of preservation treatments will improve roads all over town. The City’s “Keep Good Roads Good” philosophy means we maintain and preserve streets with the most cost-effective treatment — the right treatment at the right time.
05/17/2017 7:53 PM
For the week of May 15-20
05/11/2017 9:40 PM
For the week of May 8-13
05/05/2017 1:42 PM
For the week of: May 1 – 6
04/27/2017 4:53 PM
North Area Sewer Project construction is anticipated to begin construction May 1 at the intersection of Third Street and Butler Market Road. Construction and traffic impacts will continue to the end of the year.
04/25/2017 1:19 PM
Plan your best route around town.
04/21/2017 3:09 PM
Direct appointment is in the ratepayers’ best interest in this case because it will be less expensive than the traditional procurement approach. It will allow remaining work to get started and completed sooner.
04/19/2017 8:03 PM
Get updates on 27th Street Sewer Line project here
04/14/2017 2:52 PM
04/07/2017 4:41 PM
The Weekly Road and Traffic Report begins for 2017. The City of Bend will be releasing a weekly road and traffic report each Friday during peak construction season to help travelers plan the quickest, safest and most reliable routes to their destinations. This weekly report is intended to provide information about various projects within the City that impact traffic.
03/31/2017 4:25 PM
The City of Bend Utility Department is partnering with Bend Park and Recreation District, OSU Extension Office and Oregon Department of Forestry to remove bark beetle-infested trees and fire fuels from Overturf Butte, beginning April 3. The targeted completion date of the tree removal is April 7.
03/29/2017 5:17 PM