Mosier is home to a variety of people, from long-time residents and pioneer descendants to Latino families to newer residents fleeing the high housing prices of Hood River – and more. While fewer than 500 may live within the city limits, more than 1000 additional people in the surrounding hills and valleys call Mosier home.
There are a number of ways to stay up to date on what’s going on around town:
- Sign up for the monthly Mosier Valley e-newsletter
- Official Facebook page for Mosier
- Events, news, and activities are posted on bulletin boards at Mosier Market, Randonnée, and the library.
- Facebook group, ‘Mosier Happenings‘
- Civic organization website, Main Street Mosier
- Facebook page for ‘Mosier, City of‘
- Facebook group, ‘I am a fan of Mosier, Oregon‘
- City Council meetings: 6:30pm on 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month, via Zoom.
- Mosier Home Extension potluck lunch: 11am on 2nd Thursday of the month
- Pinochle/games: 9am on Mondays, at the Senior Center
- Quilt Club meetings: 2pm on 1st and 3rd Wednesdays each month, at the Grange. Contact Joan Hudson at 541-478-3409 with questions.
- StrongPeople strength training program: 12:40pm on Wednesdays, at the Mosier Senior Center.
—StrongPeople is a program from the OSU Extension Service, an evidence-based, community exercise and nutrition program geared for midlife and older adults. It can help improve your strength, balance, flexibility, sleep, appetite, and social connections.
—For more information, contact Tami Berthold at 541-993-2312 or Mary Lou Perry at 541-490-5180 (LVM 11/11)
See the History of Mosier page.
There are five basic areas of housing in the Mosier area:
- Downtown Mosier, a mix of older and more recent houses
- Mosier Creek Homes, townhouse condos
- Mosier Manor, manufactured homes
- Mosier Bluff, many new houses and lots for sale
- Larger Mosier area in the surrounding valleys and hills, acreage with or without existing houses
Below are some of the organizations that make our community tick.
- American Legion Post #55
- Grace Bible Church
- Mosier Fruit Growers
- Mosier Grange
- Main Street Mosier – a community-based non-profit, seeking to preserve the town’s rich history and unique culture
- Mosier Valley Library
- Seniors of Mosier Valley
Mosier has several parks – see the Parks page.
Mosier has a tuition-free charter school – see the Mosier Community School page.