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City Offices are CLOSED to the public until further notice under the order from Governor Brown during this time of the Covid-19 Virus.
This memorandum documents the development and evaluation of interchange, access, and local circulation concepts for the I-84 Exits 207 and 210 Interchange Area Management Plan (IAMP). The IAMP is being developed for the City of Pendleton and ODOT.
The City of Pendleton Offices continues to be temporarily closed due to COVID-19.
Our staff is still working and we are here serving you ~ although differently, we're available.
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A public meeting of the City of Pendleton City Council will be held on June 2, 2020 at 7 pm at City Council Chambers, City Hall, Oregon. The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2020 as approved by the City of Pendleton Budget Committee.
UPDATE: May 21, 2020 5:00pm
Reservoir Elevation: 1320.20 feet
Storage: 69,254 acre-feet out of 71,534 acre-feet (97% of total capacity)
Inflow: 1,690 cubic feet per second (cfs) - falling
Outflow: 1,400 cfs - will remain steady overnight and into tomorrow
May 21, 2020 11:00am
Water out of McKay Reservoir is currently at 1400 cfs, and will continue to flow at this rate throughout the day.
Currently, there is more water coming into the dam, than is being released.
The City of Pendleton has been working closely with the Bureau of Reclamation over the past several months.
With the rains taking place in the area, we'd like to provide an update regarding the information shared this morning.
Storage at McKay Dam is at 65,400-acre-feet full (Capacity is 71,534) making it 91% full at this time.