City Manager

Notes From the Council Chambers

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Overview of the City Council Meeting which was held on May 15, 2018


Pipeline Inspection Services were awarded by the Council to contract to Pipeline Inspection Services to “slip line” sewer pipe at NW 5th and also Westgate for $111,370.  Slip Line allows sewer pipe to be repaired without replacing it by installing a liner inside of the existing pipe.

Fire Station Project

Notes From the Council Chambers

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City Council met Tuesday,  April 17, 2018 to discuss the following:

Volunteer Recognition

As part of our annual recognition of City volunteers, Tiffany did an exceptional job of making the night special by honoring all of our volunteers and giving out some special awards.  It is staggering to me how many hours (thousands!) that are given in support of the City and the community through their efforts.  Watch for more details about those who received special recognition.

From the Council Chambers

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Appointment to Replace John Brenne    

Coffee With The City

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The next Coffee with the City will take place at Hamley's Cafe on Monday, February 5th at 8:00 am to 10:00 pm. 

This is a time set aside for the City Manager, Robb Corbett to meet with community members about things they wish to discuss in a relaxed one on one setting.

Notes from the Council Chambers

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Pendleton Development Commission met and heard from former City Councilor and downtown property owner Al Plute who has put a plan together to develop the 3rd floor of the Bowman Building, corner of S. Main and W.

Notes From The Council Chambers

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City Council Meeting notes from January 2, 2018

City Committee Appointments

At the January 2 City Council meeting, the Council made appointments to fill expired positions on the numerous City advisory committees.

Federal Lobby/Grant Consultants

Coffee with the City has been canceled

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Due to the New Year's Holiday, Coffee with the City will be canceled for January 1, 2018.  

The next meeting will be on Monday, February 5 at 8:00 am

Round-Up Hours at City Hall

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The City of Pendleton would like to welcome everyone to the Pendleton Round-Up!

So that our employees may also enjoy the rodeo and events, City Hall and the Library will have "Round-Up Hours" as follows; Monday and Tuesday we will be open from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.  Wednesday and Thursday we will be open 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.  Friday we will be closed all day.

We hope everyone has a safe and memory making Pendleton Round-Up, enjoy your week!

Use Caution When Donating Product or Money

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With so much widespread devastation our Country has seen in recent days, unfortunately, in the rush to provide aid, a number of scams emerged that exploit our altruistic urges.


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City Hall and the Pendleton Library will be CLOSED from 10:00 am to 10:30 am on Monday, August 21 to provide an opportunity for staff to take part in the viewing of the Solar Eclipse.