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Bend City Councilors and the Mayor are elected by the voters in Bend to serve four-year terms. The Mayor leads the City Council meetings and serves as an ambassador for the City. The Councilors select a Mayor Pro Tem from amongst themselves.


MEET THE COUNCIL GOALS & OBJECTIVES GOALS STATUS REPORTING TOOL
BIENNIAL REPORT COUNCIL RULES

The Council meets the first and third Wednesdays of each month with a worksession at 5 p.m. and a regular meeting at 7 p.m. in the City Council Chambers at City Hall, 710 NW Wall St. With the exception of executive session meetings, Council meetings are open to the public. Meetings are broadcast live on the City's website and on cable on COTV Channel 11 beginning at 6 p.m.


MEET THE CITY COUNCIL

Bend City Mayor Sally Russell

SALLY RUSSELL
Mayor
Bend Mayor Pro Tem Bruce Abernethy

BRUCE ABERNETHY
Mayor Pro Tem
Bend City Councilor Barb Campbell

BARB CAMPBELL
Councilor
Bend City Councilor Gena Goodman-Campbell

GENA GOODMAN-CAMPBELL
Councilor
Bend City Councilor Justin Livingston

JUSTIN LIVINGSTON
Councilor
Bend City Councilor Bill Moseley

BILL MOSELEY
Councilor
Bend City Councilor Chris Piper

CHRIS PIPER
Councilor

We, the City Council, believe that Bend is a unique community that people are drawn to because it is an outstanding place to live. We desire to demonstrate consistent stewardship of resources and quality of life. We will be guided in decision-making by following these values as the foundation for public trust and confidence:

Inclusivity // Sustainability // Partnership // Stewardship // Responsiveness


2019-2021 COUNCIL GOALS

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Economic Vitality

  • More housing types
  • Managed growth
  • Developable employment lands
  • Natural resource stewardship
  • Public/Private partnership opportunities

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Transportation & Infrastructure

  • Congestion relief
  • Funding plan
  • Mobility options
  • Neighborhood safety
  • Streets, sewer and water investments

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Public Safety & Health

  • Good response times
  • Traffic safety
  • Downtown crime prevention
  • Wildfire resiliency plan
  • Homelessness and mental health partnerships

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Effective & Efficient City Operations

  • Data and technology investments
  • Community participation
  • Public facility plans
  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) programs

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2019-21 COUNCIL GOALS
& CITY WORK PLAN
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2019-21 COUNCIL GOALS
STATUS REPORT

For an abbreviated version of the Council Goals, see the COUNCIL GOALS ONE-PAGER.

Council Goals Archive


BIENNIAL REPORT

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2019-21 BIENNIAL REPORT

COUNCIL RULES

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COUNCIL RULES

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