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Project Exploration Open House

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Help reshape and be part of Pendleton's Future, Monday, December 12, 2016 from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm at the Pendleton Convention Center

Public input is sought on efforts being considered to enhance the gateway into downtown Pendleton, development of a community gathering place and development of a food hub.


ELF at the Vert!

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The City of Pendleton & Pendleton Chamber of Commerce

Presents Elf at the Vert Memorial Auditorium December 10th at 1:30 PM Admission is FREE. 

Children under five should be accompanied by adult or older siblings.

Notes from the Council Chambers

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Revised Budget Resolution 2670

This resolution was adopted to conform with state budget rules.  The City was notified that the format we used to create the original budget resolution in June required re-formatting.  This did not change the approved budget.

Regionally Significant Industrial Area Land Use Regulations Ordinance 3899

Unveiling of Clarence Burke Statue

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Please join us for the unveiling of the Clarence Burke statue this Saturday, November 19, at 1:00 pm in the 100 block of South Main Street.

Notes from the Council Chambers

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City Council Meeting November 1, 2016

SW 13th Street Stairway

Council is wrestling with the decision on what to do with this stairway as it has deteriorated to the point of being closed.  Staff estimates it will cost $200,000 to replace.  A plan was proposed to improve a pathway that exists and was constructed for a sewer line that flows down to SW 12th St.  The pathway could be improved to include hand rail and paving or could remain primitive, but would allow a safe way off the hill.

Community Halloween Carnival

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Join us for this year's annual Halloween Carnival at the Convention Center Monday, October 31 from 5:00- 7:30 p.m. Admission is FREE thanks to all of the generous donations and community support!