Sherman Street Project Begins Aug. 17.

City Public Works will be resurfacing Sherman Street between 13th St. and Rand Rd. with a chip seal overlay. From August 17 - August 27, vehicle parking will not be permitted on the street between 7:00 AM and 5:00 PM. Please click thru for more information.

Council Elections Packets Available

Hood River's Mayor position (two-year term) and three council positions (four-year terms) will be on the November 3 ballot. Filing deadline is August 25, though earlier (August 18) is recommended to ensure signatures qualify. Click thru for more info and qualifications.

City Adds to Bike/Ped Network

A new section of the City of Hood River’s pedestrian/bicycle network has been added — the Wilson - A Street Bicycle Corridor, with 18 new thermoplastic bicycle sharrows to keep pedestrians and cyclists off streets with higher vehicle traffic. More improvements are planned and a next phase forthcoming.

City Response to COVID-19 Continues

The City continues to respond to the COVID-19 public health crisis. Priorities include keeping essential workers and first responders safe, making operational changes throughout City departments in order to maintain all City services, providing public information, and collaborating with regional and local partners on the community response. Click thru to read more.

Masks Required in Outdoors & Indoors

Due to an alarming rise in COVID-19 cases, new Statewide requirements begin July 15. The State now mandates face coverings to be worn in outdoor public places when 6' distance cannot be maintained, as well as wearing them in indoor public places. Also, indoor social gatherings of more than 10 people will be prohibited. The City appreciates everyone's cooperation.

Please Help Keep Our Parks Clean

If you pack it in, please PACK IT OUT. Despite putting out more garbage bins and collecting more frequently, the City is unable to keep up with debris increases at Waterfront Park. Please dispose of trash where food was purchased or plan ahead to PACK IT OUT. Thanks for your help.

City issues Right-of-Way Use Permits

Temporary right-of-way usage permits are available from the City to assist businesses during Oregon's phased reopening. Once applications are approved, temporary permits are issued to allow on-street parking space for curbside pick-up spots or parklets for food and beverage consumption. Click-thru for more info.

Be Counted in U.S. Census 2020

The U.S. Census 2020 counting is in progress and residents are encouraged to respond. You can complete your Census questionnaire by phone, mail, or online. Click thru for more info and help our community receive needed resources.

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