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Work Program & Budget

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 MPO Work Program

  • Detailed projects and schedules
  • Bend MPO plan status
  • Priority programs and resources for the year
  • Coordination efforts with other jurisdictions

 MPO Budget 


The Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) incorporates all transportation planning and supporting comprehensive planning activities anticipated in the Bend MPO area each fiscal year. It is intended to provide a framework for the coordination of transportation planning efforts by local, State, and regional agencies through the Bend MPO Policy Board. The UPWP outlines the major work tasks and many specific subtasks. The Bend MPO UPWP includes descriptions of planning tasks, a schedule for completing tasks, and source of funding. The UPWP is updated annually. The UPWP is in on a State Fiscal Calendar from July 1 - June 30 or each year.  The majority of the funds that support the UPWP tasks come from Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Federal Transit Administration (FTA), Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) and Surface Transportation Block Grant (STBG) Funds.  

UPWP Plans

The 2020-21 Bend MPO UPWP was reviewed in February 2020 by our federal and state partners. Several meetings were held in 2020 as listed below under Presentations and Outreach. Comments received are included in the appendix of the Draft 2020-21 Bend MPO UPWP.  

Presentations and Outreach for 2020 development of the Bend MPO UPWP:

The 2019-20 UPWP was reviewed for comments by FHWA, FTA and ODOT in February 2109. The MPO Policy Board reviewed the annual work program and approved the plan by way of Resolution 2019-03 on April 16, 2019.  


The Bend MPO budget document provides information about the priorities the Policy Board has set to be accomplished during the next fiscal year, but it also includes information about the day-to-day activities performed by the MPO.

The Budget Message provides a concise discussion of the major priorities of the Bend MPO; the financial and program information included in the Budget and Work Program section of the budget provides more detailed information about the budget for the major work tasks.  The Budget Document is foremost a financial plan, providing a numerical road map that matches resources available with the spending priorities established through policy direction and goals established by the Policy Board.

2020-21 Fiscal Year

BMPO Policy Board Adopted the 2020-21 BMPO Budget on 5/19/2020 as approved by the Budget Committee with Resolution 2020-02.

2020 Budget Committee Materials as presented to BMPO Budget Committee:

2020-21 Draft Bend MPO Approved Budget as considered by BMPO Budget Committee.  Bend MPO budget committee met on May 5, 2020 and the Bend MPO proposed two alternative budget scenarios. The first scenario of the proposed budget is listed in the “FY20-21 Proposed” column in Figure 6 Line Item Detail. The second budget scenario was discussed, and approved during the Budget Committee Meeting in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, to anticipate available funds needed for future years. The approved budget updates in this document reflect a reduction of Surface Transportation Block Grant (STBG) revenues and a correlating reduction in expenditures in consulting, overtime, employee costs and community outreach. The STBG revenues will be carried over to a future time for projects as needed. 2020-21 Bend MPO Proposed Budget (See Approved version for changes)
May 5, 2020 Budget Committee Meeting Packet 
May 5, 2020 Budget Committee Presentation

2019-20 Fiscal Year

A meeting of the Bend Metropolitan Planning Organization (BMPO) Policy Board convened on April 16, 2019 where a public hearing was held and comments were received from the public.  The 2019-2020 Budget was reviewed and approved by way of Resolution 2019-02.

2019-20 Adopted Bend MPO Budget 

 Budget Committee Packet - Budget Committee Meeting Summary

Financial Reports

The purpose of the financial report is to describe the scope of an independent audit and testing of internal control and compliance and the results of that testing, and does not provide an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal control or on compliance. The financial report is an integral part of an audit performed in 
accordance with Minimum Standards for Audits of Oregon Municipal Corporations, prescribed by the
Secretary of State, in considering the entity’s internal control and compliance.

Past Work Plans, Budgets and Financial Reports

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