Utility Rate Information for City of Hood River
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News & Events
Notice of Anticipated Vacancy Hood River City Council/Position of Mayor Click HERE for full notice and application.
May Street School Update
School is out, and Kirby Nagelhout Construction will enter its next phase for the new May Street Elementary. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO >>
NOTICE OF BALLOT TITLE MEASURE No. 14-67
INITIATIVE MEASURE TO AMEND THE HOOD RIVER CITY CHARTER Click HERE for Ballot Title.
SOLICITATIONS - Request for Proposals
Cascade and Rand Intersection Update
The Oregon Department of Transportation and the City of Hood River are working to rebuild the intersection of U.S. 30 (Cascade Avenue) and Rand Road.The project will realign the intersection, add a traffic signal, add missing sidewalks, provide curb ramps accessible to people with disabilities, improve stormwater drainage, and add new street-lighting. These changes will increase safety, improve traffic operations, and improve accessibility for all travelers. Download this flyer for more info (Versión en español disponible aquí.)
"If we can't reach you, we can't alert you."
You can Sign up to get emergency alerts on a cell phone, work phone, text message, email, home phone and more. Hood River County Citizen Alert System is a tool utilized for mass emergency notifications in Hood River County. Powered by Everbridge, this system utilizes the 9-1-1 landline database for emergency notifications for community alerts, giving Hood River County Emergency Management more options for reaching residents and businesses in the area. There is also a choice to receive alerts regarding locations of interest - emergencies that may affect a residence, workplace, child's school, or other areas as long as those locations are within the boundaries of Hood River County. Public safety officials can send alerts about emergencies such as severe weather, floods, levels of evacuation, utility disruptions or critical police activity.
To register follow the link to everbridge.net
- Fire Chief Leonard Damian
2019 CITY OF HOOD RIVER ANNUAL WORK PLAN - Projects undertaken by the City of Hood River to meet the community's long-term needs.
The City of Hood River is accepting applications for Planning Commission, to fill a vacancy term ending October 2022. Applicants can reside within the City limits of Hood River or the Urban Growth Boundary. The Planning Commission acts as a hearing body on zoning actions; makes advisory recommendations to City Council on land use issues; and assists with Comprehensive Plan updates. The Commission meets the first and third Monday of every month at 5:30 p.m., with an occasional special meeting. Meetings range from 1 to 3 hours, depending on the agenda. Additional time outside of meetings is required to prepare for meetings. Applications are available at City Hall, 211 Second Street, Hood River, OR or at www.cityofhoodriver.com. For more information about the position, email Dustin Nilsen at firstname.lastname@example.org. Link to Application.
A stipend to assist with child care costs while at meeting is available.
The City of Hood River is now accepting application for Landmarks Review Board.
- Application forms for Short-Term Rental Licensure and related rules are available HERE.
- City of Hood River and Urban Renewal Agency Financial Reports are available HERE.
- Street sweeping: public streets will be swept the last Wednesday and Thursday of each month beginning in the southern portion of the city at 7:00 AM and continuing to the north. Please move vehicles from public streets until the sweeper passes. For more information, please call 541-387-5207.
- Restrictions on distribution of plastic bags - learn more HERE.
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