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New Water System Project Aims to Attract Housing Developers

If a community want to attract a larger workforce, it needs to have adequate housing. To get adequate housing, a community needs an adequate...

Hermiston City Council to Consider $3.3 Million Water System Contract

The Hermiston City Council will consider a $3.3 million construction contract Monday night which will carry out a partnership with Umatilla County aimed at...

Hermiston Council OKs $19 Million in Various Public Works Projects

The Hermiston City Council voted unanimously Monday night to approve a plan to upgrade the city’s public works system to the tune of about...

Hermiston Bridge Closure Scheduled for Feb. 4 to Allow for Replacement

The bridge located on South First between S.E. Crestline Drive and S.W. Desert Sky Drive will fully close to all traffic beginning Monday, Feb....

Hermiston Chamber of Commerce to Host Business Luncheon

The Hermiston Chamber of Commerce will host its quarterly Business to Business Luncheon on Tuesday, Jan. 15 at the Hermiston Community Center, 415 S....

Hermiston Bridge Replacement to Cause Detours During Spring

Drivers who use South First Street to access areas like Gettman, and Feedville Roads south of Hermiston should begin to plan alternate routes for...

Hermiston Council Raises Taxi Program Tickets from $2 to $2.50

Riders of Hermiston’s Senior & Disabled Taxi Ticket Program will pay 25 percent more for a one-way ticket beginning Jan. 1. The Hermiston City Council...

Tax Statements Cause Confusion About Urban Renewal District

The Hermiston Urban Renewal District is appearing on property tax statements for all properties within the city this year for the first time, which...

City of Hermiston Seeking Operator for Downtown ‘Food Pod’

The city of Hermiston is looking for someone to operate a mobile vending ‘Food Pod’ Pilot Program for 12 to 24 months on city...

Hermiston City Council Approves Increase to Water, Sewer Rates

Beginning in March, Hermiston residents and businesses will be paying more for water and sewer services after the Hermiston City Council voted unanimously to...

Hermiston Council to Consider Water/Sewer Rate Changes

The Hermiston City Council will vote Monday to make major adjustments to water and sewer rate structures to more accurately charge customers for their...

Hermiston City Council Moves Up Plans to Pave East Theater Lane

The Hermiston City Council voted Monday night to flip the scheduling of a couple of key street improvement projects. Last summer, the city prioritized a...

City of Hermiston Seeks Items to Place in 50-Year Time Capsule

The city of Hermiston is seeking items from the public to include in a time capsule scheduled to be opened on Sept. 8, 2068. The...

Hermiston HART Bus Ridership On Track to Rise 75 Percent in...

Ridership on Hermiston’s recently-created “HART” fixed-route bus service is on track to rise by 75 percent in 2018 - a steep climb from its...

Hermiston Council Clears Way for City to Receive Street Upgrade Funding

The Hermiston City Council unanimously passed a resolution Monday night approving an intergovernmental agreement with the state transportation department that will ultimately fund up...

Hermiston Council to Discuss $4.5 Million Improvements to N. 1st Place

The Hermiston City Council will discuss Monday night the $4.5 million award from the Oregon Legislature for street upgrades to North First Place. The funds...

Water Line Repairs to Impact Homes, Businesses Near 11th & Orchard

Water will be turned off to a number of homes and businesses in the area of S.W. 11th and Orchard and Highland Avenues for...

Hermiston Urban Renewal Area Value Up 20 Percent Through Year Four

The fourth year of the Hermiston Urban Renewal Agency (HURA) proved to be another banner year, as the increased value of the district has...

Hermiston City Council Votes to Expand City’s Enterprise Zone

The Hermiston City Council voted Monday night to expand its enterprise zone, a move that could attract companies to invest in the Hermiston area. The...

Hermiston Expands Bus Service

Members of Hermiston’s Public Transit Advisory Committee (PTAC) knew that starting a brand new bus service would require some trial and error to develop...

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