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  • 15th Street Detour Starts for Septic to Sewer Project

    To build the Desert Woods and Neighborhood Extension Project, the first construction phase of the City’s Septic to Sewer Conversion Program, the City will close southbound traffic on 15th Street between Reed Market Road and King Hezekiah Way from approximately June 10 through November.

    6/4/2020 12:23:43 PM

  • Statement by the Bend City Council – June 3, 2020

    As elected leaders of the City of Bend, we are heartbroken and angry by the senseless killing of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer in Minnesota.

    6/3/2020 7:40:54 PM

  • City of Bend Discusses Proposed Budget Cuts

    Due to COVID-19 related closures and economic impacts, the City of Bend anticipates a revenue shortfall this 2019-21 biennium between $7 million and $14.5 million.

    6/3/2020 4:24:22 PM

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How we get there matters. We can all be a part of making Bend a thriving, livable community now and in the future.


WHAT WE'RE DOING

The City integrates best practices for sustainability into its work across departments and in partnership with the community.

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Energy

The City is working with the community to increase energy efficiency and reduce fossil fuel use for cost reduction, health protection, environmental stewardship and economic stability.

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Water

The City provides affordable water, wastewater and stormwater services to customers  while balancing the natural environment and sustaining critical water resources.

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Transportation

The City Transportation System Plan update process is underway to create a well-developed transportation system that enables people to safely and reliably get to their destination.

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Forests (Deschutes Collaborative Forest Project partner)

The City partners with the Deschutes National Forest to provide wildfire safety and protect the forest as important wildlife habitat, an economic engine for our region, a source of clean and abundant water and a world-class recreational playground.


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