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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...

Council Tables Final Assessment of Local Improvement District

The Hermiston City Council tabled plans Monday night to approve the final assessment of a Local Improvement District (LID) at the South Hermiston Industrial...

Proposed Urban Renewal District Could Mean 1,300 New Housing Units

The Hermiston Urban Renewal Agency, made up of members of the Hermiston City Council, gave the go-ahead Monday night for city staff to begin...

City to Officially Unveil South Hermiston Industrial Park

The city of Hermiston will officially unveil the development project that extended road, water lines, sewer pipes, and upgraded electrical power to the South...

Senior/Disabled Taxi Program Sees Decreased Usage in 2021

Ridership in Hermiston’s Senior & Disabled Taxi Program declined in 2021 while the Workforce On-Demand Ride Cooperative (WORC) program saw a slight increase in...

Hermiston to Increase Water, Sewer Rates by 3.75% Beginning in March

Water and sewer rates will increase for Hermiston residents beginning March 1. The Hermiston City Council voted Monday night to adjust the rates by 3.75...

Hermiston Building Department Issued 139 Housing Permits in 2021

The city of Hermiston experienced another year of steady growth in 2021, adding to its population and housing inventory while seeing more than $100...

Hermiston Council Approves Rate Hike for Open T-Hangars at Airport

Pilots renting open T-hangars at the Hermiston Municipal Airport will see their monthly rental rates increase by more than 50 percent following a vote...

Hermiston City Council OKs Funding for New Umatilla Bridge Study

The Hermiston City Council on Monday voted to invest $50,000 on a study to determine the best location for new bridge over the Umatilla...

City Council Considers Umatilla River Bridge Location Analysis

The Hermiston City Council on Monday will vote on whether to help fund an engineering analysis to evaluate the pros and cons of two...

Latest Census Numbers Put Hermiston’s Population at 19,354

Hermiston continues to be the fastest growing city in Eastern Oregon, reaching a population of 19,354 in the 2020 census. According to numbers released this month...

City of Hermiston to Break Ground on South Industrial Park Project

The city of Hermiston will break ground on July 7 to extend paved road, water lines, sewer pipes, and upgraded electrical power to the...

Hermiston City Council Increases System Development Charges

The Hermiston City Council voted Monday night to increase system development charges (SDC) on new single-family homes. The current total SDC charged for a new...

Industrial Park Project to Result in 16 New Shovel-Ready Parcels

The Hermiston City Council awarded a contract for a project that it hopes will spur more economic development in the Hermiston South Industrial Park. The...

Hermiston Pilot Program Aims to Give Financial Boost to Restaurants

Hermiston restaurants will get a shot in the arm in an effort to help them beat the pandemic blues. The shot, to be administered by...

Hermiston’s Workforce Taxi Program Sees Growth in Early 2021

Ridership in the Workforce On-demand Ride Cooperative (WORC) rebounded in the first quarter of 2021 as more residents used the service to access jobs...

Hermiston Airport to Receive Federal Funding to Combat COVID Spread

Hermiston Municipal and Roseburg Regional Airports will each receive $23,000 in federal funds to help combat the spread of COVID-19. The funds will be used...

Hermiston Seeks to Boost WORC Ridership with Incentive Program

If you’ve never used the city of Hermiston’s WORC Taxi Ticket Program, you may want to reconsider. On Monday, the Hermiston City Council approved a...

Newly Paved Theater Lane Opens Up Housing Development Opportunities

East Theater Lane will soon re-open as a fully paved road, the latest project in the Capital Improvement Plan that will unlock housing development...

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