The City’s Building department has relocated to City Hall’s lobby area as another effort to improve development processes. Visitors to City Hall can use three spots in the City Hall parking lot or reserved parking across State Street marked for “City Administration” use while doing business at Cit
The City is now providing leaf drop-off to city residents at its Public Works facility between 8:00 a.m and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday as a free fall season service. Residents will be required to empty any bagged leaves. This service is for city residents only (no landscaping businesses).
Kate McBride will assume duties as Hood River's Mayor after the Hood River City Council vote on September 23 to appoint her as interim mayor following Paul Blackburn’s departure August 31. McBride will serve as Mayor through December 2020. In November 2020, a new election will take place when the n
NOTICE OF VACANCY HOOD RIVER CITY COUNCIL Notice is hereby given of a vacancy on the Hood River City Council, position of Councilor. The term for this vacancy expires on December 31, 2020. To be eligible to serve on Council, a person must have resided within and been registered to vote
The City of Hood River has launched a new website to replace its decade old site with a user-friendly, modern design that’s a source of accurate, easy-to-find, current information for the public. A newly developed website with intuitive navigation, modern functionality, and aesthetically pleasing
After a series of public hearings before the City of Hood River Planning Commission and City Council, updated zoning regulations for Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) became effective in May, 2019. ADUs are smaller secondary living units constructed on a residential lot with a single-family