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Hermiston Customers to See Big Jump in Garbage Bill On April...

Hermiston residents will pay 37 percent more each month for garbage service beginning April 1. The Hermiston City Council on Monday voted to approve a...

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 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...

City Council Approves Purchase of 44 Acres of Developable SHIP Property

The Hermiston City Council agreed Monday night to approve the purchase of 44 acres at the South Hermiston Industrial Park (SHIP). The intent of the...

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...

Council Pays Tribute to Hermiston Recycled Water Department

The Hermiston City Council gave special recognition Monday night to the staff of the city’s Recycled Water Department for its role in protecting the...

Hermiston Renews Contract with Kayak Public Transit for Bus Service

Hermiston residents will continue to have free bus services in town after the city renewed its contract with Kayak Public Transit. The two-year agreement calls...

Hermiston City Council Takes Look at Finances of Hermiston Airport

The Hermiston Airport and its finances were the topic of a Hermiston City Council work session Monday night. The question posed at the end of...

‘No Parking’ Sign to Be Installed on S.W. Third Street Near...

The public will not be allowed to park on a portion of S.W. Third Street following action taken Monday night by the Hermiston City...

Hermiston Council Votes to Begin Gettman Road Extension Process

The Hermiston City Council took the first formal step on Monday toward extending Gettman Road out to Highway 395. The council passed a resolution clearing...

With Inventory Low, Hermiston Seeks to Increase Industrial Land Acreage

In just four years, the city of Hermiston has seen its inventory of available large industrial land ready for development shrink to zero. “We’ve seen...

Hermiston Street Department Offering Roadside Swale Conversions

The Hermiston Street Department is taking reservations to convert roadside grass swales into rock on residential and commercial properties in Summer 2023.  Grass swales are...

Hermiston Developer Jim Ruhe Sets Sights on Possible Strip Mall

Hermiston developer Jim Ruhe has been getting his hands dirty clearing out vacant houses near downtown Hermiston into what someday might be a strip...

Hermiston Oregon Sportsplex Scheduled for March Completion

Editor’s note: This story first appeared in the Hermiston Herald and is part of a content-sharing partnership between Northeast Oregon Now and the Hermiston...

Hermiston Approves Most New Housing Permits in 16 Years

The Hermiston Building Department approved permits for 210 new housing units in 2022, setting a new high mark in the city’s recent efforts to...

New Law Means Curbside Recycling Coming to Hermiston by 2025

Hermiston is one of just six cities in Oregon with a population of more than 4,000 that currently does not have a curbside recycling...

Hermiston Council Moves to Obtain Easement for Sewer Main Upgrade

The Hermiston City Council voted Monday night to establish “the public’s necessity” to obtain an easement for a sewer main along a portion of...

Council Hears No Opponents to Proposed Urban Rewewal Agency

The city of Hermiston is a couple weeks away from adopting a new urban renewal agency that could result in as many as 1,300...

Plans Move Ahead for Massive New Housing Development in Hermiston

Plans are moving ahead for the development of a 353-acre housing development along Feedville Road following Monday night’s Hermiston City Council meeting. The council, acting...

Sewer Upgrade Will Close N. 1st Place Beginning Next Week

The first of three major Capital Improvement Plan projects on N. First Place will begin the week of April 18. Next week, work will begin...

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