Residents invited to review Galveston Avenue Corridor Parking Study data
The City of Bend invites community members to an open house on Oct. 18 to learn about data collected in the Galveston Avenue Corridor Parking Study which was conducted earlier this year.
10/11/2017 1:15:00 PM
Public invited to tour City water facilities
The media and the public are invited to join a public tour of the City’s Water Filtration Facility from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, October 24. To sign up for the tour go to www.bendoregon.gov/watertour.
10/10/2017 9:19:55 AM
Draft Development Code Update for Annexation
See proposed annexation code updates.
The responsibilities of the City Manager's Office include the provision of professional leadership in the administration and execution of policies and objectives formulated by City Council.
The City Manager's Office is also tasked with the development and recommendation of alternative solutions to community problems for Council consideration, the planning and development of new programs to meet future needs of the City, preparation of the annual budget, community relations, interagency coordination and fostering community pride in City government through excellent customer service.
MEET THE CITY MANAGER
Eric King began his career in local government working for the City of Portland. In his 10 years there, he worked on a variety of projects and programs focusing on economic development and program management. He began working for the City of Bend as Assistant City Manager in April, 2007 and accepted the position of City Manager in May, 2008.
Eric was born and raised in Madison, Wisconsin. He has a Masters Degree in Urban and Regional Planning and a Graduate Certificate in Real Estate Development from Portland State University. Eric has been a volunteer with SMART which promotes early childhood literacy, serves on the Visit Bend Board, is a Board member of the Oregon City/County Managers' Association, and also serves on the KIDS Center Board.
Eric loves Bend for its scenic beauty, the multitude of outdoor activities it offers, and most importantly, he and his wife Martha believe Bend is an ideal place to raise their two young children.