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Bend to Host Roundtable Discussions with Key Stakeholders on Camping Code

The City of Bend will bring together a variety of stakeholders in roundtable meetings next week to receive feedback regarding the camping code currently in development.

The City is developing municipal code provisions to regulate camping on City rights-of-way and City-owned property, like public streets, sidewalks and landscape strips in Bend.

A roundtable is a new type of public meeting that is intended to create a space for community discussion between community members and the Bend City Council in a less formal setting.

There is no public comment at these roundtable discussions, as the conversation is meant to focus on key stakeholders, including non-profit service providers, people with current and former experience living […]

September 26th, 2022|Categories: Houselessness, News|

New Bus Routes Begin Construction in October

CET is constructing ADA-compliant bus stops in Bend

CET’s contractor, Cascades Civil Corps, is constructing ADA-Compliant bus stops in Bend through the month of October for new routes that will be operational in 2023, pending driver availability.

Click here for maps and bus stop construction information about Routes 8 and 9 in Northeast and Southeast Bend

If you have questions related to bus stop construction in your neighborhood, please contact Derek Hofbauer, CET Outreach and Engagement Administrator, at or 541-548-9534.

City of Bend Routes 8 and 9 Design and Implementation

CET is implementing two new routes in Bend in 2023 to expand public transportation services in Northeast and Southeast […]

September 26th, 2022|Categories: News, Transportation|

State approves Conceptual Plan for Steven’s Tract in Southeast Bend

A conceptual plan to develop the Stevens Road Tract, a 261-acre parcel of land located southeast of Bend just outside of city limits, was approved by the Department of Land Conservation and Development (DLCD).

“DLCD’s approval of this one-of-a-kind conceptual plan brings our community one step closer to much-needed market rate and affordable housing,” said Mayor Pro Tem Anthony Broadman. “Not only will this land become home to 20 acres of deed-restricted affordable housing for residents, including education providers, it will also act as a model for what complete communities will look like now and into the future.”

The Stevens Road Tract Concept Plan is one of many steps leading to the […]

September 15th, 2022|Categories: Land Use, News|
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