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Pendleton Fire will conduct a wildland training burn next to Walmart

Release Date: 
05/25/2017

The Pendleton Fire Department will be conducting a wildland training burn on Tuesday, June 6th from approximately 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm on the vacant field just west of Walmart.

This area of the city has a history of grass fires, especially during the Fourth of July fireworks celebration.   The Pendleton Fire Department in cooperation with the property owner is taking this proactive approach to not only mitigate the fire hazard but to provide valuable training experience to its personnel. 

NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING Pendleton City Council

Release Date: 
05/23/2017

NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING             

 

NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING Development Commission URA Budget Committee.

Release Date: 
05/23/2017

NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING             

Chief Roberts Receives Award

Release Date: 
05/09/2017

At the 2017 Oregon Association of Chief of Police Annual Awards Banquet, CHIEF STUART ROBERTS was presented with the prestigious MAX PATTERSON AWARD. The wording on the award read:

In recognition of your meritorious service to establish a new School Security Initiative for Eastern Oregon that included 18 school districts in Morrow, Umatilla and Union Counties. Without your committed leadership and tireless efforts, this ambitious effort to create safer schools would remain an unrealized vision.

City of Pendleton Water Department Message

Release Date: 
05/05/2017

 Crews will be performing a water main connection in the area of Royal Ridge and NW 21st St on Monday, May 8th beginning at 8 a.m. This project may take more than 8 hours to complete. During this time your water service will be interrupted. Service will be restored as soon as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience. You may direct any questions to 541-966-0334.

Commendation Recognition

Release Date: 
05/03/2017

Mayor Turner and the City Council recognized the great team effort provided by, members of Pendleton Fire Department, dispatchers from Umatilla County Sheriff’s Office, officers from Pendleton Police Department, and from Lifeflight for their cardiac arrest save. 

Pictured is Mr. Carner, who along his wife (who started CPR) thanked all those involved in saving his life.