Public Works

Transit Survey

Release Date: 
11/06/2015

Pendleton Transit Survey and Interactive Map

Do you use transit in Pendleton, or would you like to?

We want to know about your transportation needs.

The City is updating our long-range transportation plan. As Pendleton residents and visitors, your input provides valuable information about what projects the city will pursue, from sidewalks and trails to public and private transportation.  Please take a moment to fill out this survey and/or interactive map.

Paved Residential Streets: Additional Funding Alternatives

Release Date: 
10/13/2015

City has received approval from the Secretary of State’s office for its November 2015 Ballot Information Brochure and Budget & Streets Funding Presentation in regards to a 5¢ per gallon local motor vehicle fuel tax.

Review of Water, Sewer, and Stormwater System Development Charge Methodology Reports

Release Date: 
05/22/2015

City Council will be holding a public hearing on adopting the Water, Sewer, and Storm System Development Charge Methodology Reports at their meeting on Tuesday, July 21, 2015.  City Council meets at 7:00 pm in the City Council Chambers, 2nd Floor, City Hall, 501 SW Emigrant Avenue. 

Review of Draft Water, Sewer, and Stormwater Master Plans

Release Date: 
05/13/2015

City Council will be holding a public hearing on adopting the Water, Sewer, and Storm Master Plans, along with amending the Comprehensive Plan at their meeting on Tuesday, June 2, 2015.  City Council meets at 7:00 pm in the City Council Chambers, 2nd Floor, City Hall, 501 SW Emigrant Avenue.  The draft Water System Master Plan and Executive Summary have been updated based on comments received from the Oregon Health Authority – Drinking Water Section.

Goats return to Pendleton

Release Date: 
04/07/2015

The goats are returning to Pendleton during the second week of April. Three bands will be responsible for keeping land along the river and levee clear of weeds and excess vegetation. The first band will be operating on the river intake side, the second on the levee, and the third will be on the north side of the river.

City gravel trucks running around the clock with storm

Release Date: 
11/14/2014

The City of Pendleton understands that winter storms can create challenges for drivers on our local roads. Our Public Works Department has been running three trucks since the snow started to fall on Thursday morning. They are scheduled to run trucks around the clock through Sunday (at this time).

It takes about four hours to complete the full route around the city with all of the trucks putting down gravel. They are also dispatched for gravel trucks to assist with accidents.

Thanks to the City of Pendleton’s Public Works crews for helping keep us safe during these dicey road conditions!

Public Meeting on Proposed Bond Projects

Event Date: 
Monday, Aug 11, 2014
Event Time: 
5:30 PM

Community members interested in learning more about a General Obligation bond the city will consider proposing to voters this November are invited to attend.

*In the Community Room at City Hall.

City of Pendleton Bond Feedback Survey

Release Date: 
08/07/2014

Citizens who would like to provide feedback on the potential bond projects, please take a few minutes to complete our Bond Feedback Survey.

Thank you!

City To Host Public Meeting on Proposed Bond Projects Aug. 11

Release Date: 
08/07/2014

PENDLETON – Community members interested in learning more about a General Obligation bond the city will consider proposing to voters this November are invited to attend a community meeting on Monday, Aug. 11, at 5:30 p.m. in the Community Room at City Hall.

Wood Stove Replacement Program

Release Date: 
08/27/2013

Are you concerned about the amount of smog that occurs in the City in the wintertime? Wood burning is one of the main contributors to this problem.

To encourage the replacement of older, inefficient wood stoves, the City has developed a zero interest loan program for replacing your wood burning stove with a newer, more energy efficient heating system. By converting to a new heating system you will not only increase fuel efficiency (i.e. SAVE YOU MONEY), but you will also improve the air quality of our great city.

Stay tuned for another article coming soon regarding renewed funding for this program. In the meantime, click here to learn more about this program from Public Works.