Bend Urban Renewal Agency seeks applicants for builder position on advisory board
The Bend Urban Renewal Agency (BURA) Board is looking for interested citizens to fill the builder stakeholder position on the Urban Renewal Advisory Board.
10/15/2018 5:14:39 PM
Weekly Road and Traffic Report For the Week of October 15-21
10/12/2018 2:11:02 PM
14th Street and General Obligation Bond Project Completion
The completion of 14th Street wraps up the 2011 voter-approved $30 million General Obligation Bond projects for street improvements throughout Bend.
10/11/2018 4:00:59 PM
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Bend City Councilors are elected by the citizens of Bend and serve a four year term. The Councilors elect a Mayor and Mayor Pro tem amongst themselves. The Mayor leads the City Council meetings and serves as an ambassador for the City. For more information, visit the City Council page.
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