No Open Debris Burning Allowed

Hello! Mosier Fire District Chief Mike Renault says barrel burning is currently allowed from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.–but no open burn piles.

Questions? Call the District: 541-478-3333

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City of Mosier Budget Committee May 10th

We’re pleased to announce the City of Mosier FY 2018-19 budget season is upon us! Thursday, May 10th at 6pm at Mosier Senior Center (500 2nd Avenue) will be our first meeting for an orientation and review of Oregon Budget Law. We will have light refreshments and a presentation by Summer Sears, CPA. Please join us!

New City Recorder for the City of Mosier

The Hiring Committee for the City of Mosier has selected Jayme Bennett to provide finance administration and official record keeping for the City.  A resident of Hood River, Ms. Bennett was raised in The Dalles and graduated from Portland State University with a degree in Business Administration and Economics. Her work experience includes Project Management and Accounts Payable and Receivable for Icon Holdings, a large scale housing developer and IT Coordinator at Mid Columbia Medical Center in The Dalles. We welcome her to our team and look forward to introducing her to the community!

You’re invited to check out new (temporary) street designs in Mosier

The City of Mosier is testing out different ideas for making some of our busiest streets safer for residents and visitors. Check out the new “pop-up” improvements downtown, at US-30 and Washington, and 3rd and Washington.

This week, we are demonstrating how making some simple, yet effective improvements can improve the function and feel of our streets. The paint, signs, and separators are temporary, but we would like to know whether you think they work (or don’t work) in order to make the area safer and more enjoyable for everyone.

The temporary designs are here for one week only, 9/2-9/9:

  • Painted crosswalks
  • Parking
  • Bike parking
  • Signs

Walk, bike, or drive through these areas and let us know what it was like. We also invite you to get involved in this project and to attend future meetings.

Please share your questions and ideas about the demonstration project and the Mosier Transportation System Plan (TSP). You have the option to submit anonymously using this form.