Transportation Needs and Solutions
Transportation is the top priority in the community of Bend, according to the results of a phone survey conducted in December, 2018. The City is currently engaging the community in a transportation planning process to help resolve transportation issues facing Bend.
1/16/2019 3:53:11 PM
Speed Limit Changes in the City of Bend
Following community input and engineering analysis, speed limits will be lowered this month on a small number of road sections described in this news release.
1/14/2019 10:38:31 AM
City hosting public workshops for Bend’s Transportation Plan
1/9/2019 10:40:14 AM
City Council Meeting
01/16/2019 3:00 PM
SE Area Plan Advisory Committee Meeting #2
01/17/2019 5:15 PM - 7:45 PM
Citywide Transportation Advisory Committee Brown Bag Meeting
01/18/2019 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
The City of Bend is governed by an elected body of citizens at large whose primary role is to set policy that reflects community values.
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.
The City Manager and staff work to serve the community and focus their operations on core services such as public safety, economic and community development and growth management. To learn more, explore the City's department pages.
Committees are a great way to get involved with City government. The City has a number of boards, committees, commissions or advisory groups that make recommendations to City Council or City administrative staff. Find out more, and explore current opportunities on the Citizen Committees pages.