The City and Fire District will hold a joint use community center meeting at the Mosier Senior Center, 500 Second Ave, Mosier, OR 97040 at 6/28/18 at 3pm! Please join us! The agenda packet can be found here.
The City of Mosier recently passed an ordinance banning single use plastics, straws and polystyrene for take out bags and containers. Full text of the ordinance can be found here.
Mosier’s 5th Avenue will be closed for construction from the east end of Blanchard Blvd to the west end of Blanchard Blvd. The closure is due to road construction and is expected to last up to 3 weeks. Please make a note of it! Thanks!
This Wednesday, June 6th from 4-6pm, the City of Mosier Budget Committee Meeting will be held at the Mosier Senior Center, 500 E. 2nd Street, Mosier, OR 97040. All are welcome to attend!
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
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!
Join us at the Mosier Grange, May 8, 2018, 5-7pm for a public workshop to discuss future streetscape projects in downtown Mosier.
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: