The Oregon Department of Transportation is resurfacing the freeway from Hood River to Rowena over the next few months. At exit 69, Mosier’s on and off ramp will be closed from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.—one way each night—4/22/18 and 4/23/18. We should know which direction will be closed on which night in a few days. We’ll keep you posted. Meanwhile, safe travels!
If you’re looking forward to hiking in the Gorge this Spring, venture a short 5 miles east of Hood River to the vibrant town of Mosier, where hiking, biking and gnoshing are all in good company with locals who celebrate Gorge life. Here’s a sneak preview courtesy of OPB, Friends of the Gorge and the Towns to Trails program:
Mosier Community School will host a Town Hall Meeting Monday 3/5/18 at 6:30 p.m. at the school gym to discuss school safety in light of the recent school shootings in Florida.
Discussion will be led by Kieran Connolly, Mosier School Principal and Lane Magill, Wasco County Sheriff.
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!
Please have a look at the City of Mosier’s Draft Strategic Plan here – and provide comment to email@example.com.
City Council will review and incorporate suggestions from the public at the February 21, 2018 Council meeting.
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
- Bike parking
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.
If you live or work in Mosier or visit occasionally, your feedback is important to the City during this process of developing a long-range plan for its transportation network. The City is interested in your ideas and concerns about local transportation improvements. Transportation includes walking, rolling, strolling, biking, and driving.
Please share your feedback for the Mosier Transportation System Plan (TSP) and describe which routes and destinations in Mosier are important to you and what concerns you as you travel through the City. You are also encouraged to submit additional comments using this form. Adding your name and email is optional.
Tell a friend, family member, and neighbor about the TSP feedback process.
Please share your ideas, concerns, and/or questions about local transportation improvements and the Mosier Transportation System Plan (TSP). You have the option to post anonymously using this form.