City News & Announcements
Constantine Severe, a representative of the Governor's office has communicated Governor Brown has directed that flags in Umatilla County flown at half-staff in honor of Scott Fairley. This authorization is only for Sunday, 19 January 2020.
Afterschool Program Families,
We are getting into the winter months here in Eastern Oregon, where the weather is unpredictable. I wanted to remind you of our inclement weather policy regarding our Afterschool Program (ASP).
We will do our very best to keep our afterschool programs as scheduled. There are a few reasons we would cancel our ASP Program:
Scott Fairley's family is inviting the community to celebrate his life this Sunday, January 19th at 2:00 pm at the Pendleton Convention Center.
In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Oregon Public Broadcasting, Children's Museum of Eastern Oregon, Pendleton Animal Welfare Shelter (PAWS), or the Pendleton Center for the Arts.
With great sadness, the City of Pendleton announces the sudden passing of City Council member Scott Fairley.
The City of Pendleton is pleased to announce the hiring of Jim Critchley as its Fire Chief effective January 1, 2020. The Chief has been working for the City in an interim capacity since August 2019. “We’ve been very happy with the experience and professionalism showed by the Chief over the last few months, so we’re very glad that he’s agreed to join our team on a long-term basis,” said City
The City of Pendleton invites you to pause and listen to Christmas tunes while enjoying the lights located on SE Emigrant and SE 9th.
A special thank you to the sponsors, Creative Signs, Gordon's Electric, Grahams Photos, Platt Electric and Zimmerman's Hardware who support this festive display!