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Hermiston Teams Up with Amazon Web Services to Plant Trees at...

The city of Hermiston worked with more than 30 volunteers from Amazon Web Services (AWS), Umatilla County Fair, and the Arbor Day Foundation to...

City, Education Department Offering Free Lunches for Kids This Summer

The Oregon Summer Meals program has resumed in Hermiston. The free lunches are available to all children and youths, ages 1-18. Registration is not required...

Beginning in January 2025, Hermiston Businesses Will Pay License Fees

Beginning in January 2025, businesses operating in Hermiston will have to pay an annual business license fee. The Hermiston City Council voted unanimously on Monday...

HPD to Add Seven Officers With Adoption of 2024-25 City Budget

The city of Hermiston’s recently-adopted budget will allow the Hermiston Police Department to add seven new full-time officer, four of which will be funded...

City of Hermiston Seeking Community Feedback on Safety Action Plan

The city of Hermiston is developing a Safety Action Plan to reduce fatalities and serious injuries on the city’s transportation system for people driving,...

Hermiston Seeking Applicants for TRT Funding for Recreation Projects

The city of Hermiston is now accepting project proposals for Transient Room Tax (TRT) funds dedicated for recreation-based projects and events for the upcoming...

Hermiston Downtown Banner Contest Seeks Entries for Area Artists

Local artists are encouraged to help showcase what makes life sweet in Hermiston by entering the 2024 Downtown Banner Contest. The contest, sponsored by the...

Applications for Hermiston Business Incubator Space Due by March 31

Local entrepreneurs interested in starting a business can get help — including six months free rent — through the Downtown Business Incubator. The Hermiston Downtown...

City of Hermiston Hires Ignacio Palacios as New Finance Director

The city of Hermiston has hired Ignacio Palacios as its new finance director. Palacios is a lifelong Oregon resident who grew up on a small...

Hermiston Civic Leadership Academy Taking Applications for 6-Week Class

The city of Hermiston is now accepting applications to join the 2024 Hermiston Civic Leadership Academy, a chance for residents to grow their leadership...

Applications Open for 2024 Hermiston Civic Leadership Academy

The city of Hermiston is now accepting applications to join the 2024 Hermiston Civic Leadership Academy, a chance for residents to grow their leadership...

Hermiston Residents Encouraged to Enter Downtown Banner Contest

The city of Hermiston and Hermiston Downtown District are seeking local artists to help showcase what makes life sweet in Hermiston with the 2024...

Hermiston Seeks to Expand, Enhance Senior Center Activities

The city of Hermiston is forming the Harkenrider Advisory Committee to enhance and expand the programs and events offered at the Harkenrider Senior Activity...

A Brief Look at Each of the 27 Mayors Throughout Hermiston’s...

The city of Hermiston has had 27 mayors in its 117-year history. Some served for more than a decade and one served for just...

Hermiston Continues to Add Housing as Population Exceeds 20,000

The city of Hermiston approved dozens of new housing permits in 2023 while seeing its population exceed 20,000. According to a 2024 Growth & Development...

North 1st Place Reopens with New Roadway, Utility Infrastructure

North 1st Place reopened to traffic this week, concluding the primary work on a major project improving the city’s transportation system and utilities between Hermiston...

Hermiston Intersection Closed Today for N. First Place Project

Final paving of North 1st Place began the week of Oct. 23, and Nelson Construction of Walla Walla, the contractors on the project, are...

Hermiston Among Cities Getting Funding to Fight Climate Change

The city of Hermiston will receive a $1 million federal grant to plant new trees along the Umatilla River. U.S. Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff...

Survey Shows Most Satisfied with Life in Hermiston, But Concerns Exist

Sixty-seven percent of residents are satisfied with life in Hermiston, according to the results of a community survey. The survey, conducted by Zencity, was presented...

City of Hermiston Offering Free Lunches to Kids Throughout Summer

The city of Hermiston and Oregon Department of Education are again partnering to provide the Free Lunch at the Park program this summer.  Free meals...

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