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Next City Council Meeting: November 4th, 2014
The next meeting of the Stanfield City Council will be held on November 4, 2014 at the City Council Chambers on 150 West Coe Avenue. The agenda will be posted here when available.
Come Serve on the Main Street Revitalization Committee!
Are you interested in sprucing up Stanfield Main Street? Do you want to make Coe and Main a destination, rather than something to drive by? The City of Stanfield is looking for volunteers to serve on its new Main Street Revitalization Committee. The Committte will examine the recently-completed Main Street Revitalization report and recommend actions and improvements to the City. If you are interested in serving, call City Hall or email the City Manager.
The consultants who conducted the Main Street Revitalization Workshop on June 18th gave a presentation of their findings to the City Council at the City Council Meeting on August 26th. You can access their presentation here. Their full report can be found here.
New City Newsletter
The June, 2014 newsletter has been mailed out. If you didn't get a hard copy in the mail, you can find it here.
Oregon's Animal Tethering Law
A new animal tethering statute became law on January 1st, 2014. This new law limits the amount of time that an animal can be tethered during a 24-hour period and includes other modifications to minimum standards for shelterm bedding, and keeping animals in vehicles. If you own a dog, please read this notice from the Stanfield Police department.
Celebrating 100 years
On Monday May 10, 2010, the City of Stanfield turned 100 years old.
The City of Stanfield is conveniently located on Highway 395 right off of I-84. It is conveniently situated in Umatilla County only 10 minutes from Hermiston, about 30 minutes from Pendleton, and about a 45-minute drive to the Tri-Cities, WA. It is also only 15 minutes from the mighty Columbia River. It is a friendly and inviting place to live, work or locate your business.
The City boasts an array of parks for all ages with baseball and soccer fields, and basketball courts as well as playgrounds and walking paths. The City has also grown into a regional player and partner in transportation and quality government, and the City is poised for effective economic growth and development.