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We are Hiring! The City of Stanfield is seeking it's next Police Officer!

Do you have what it takes to join our Police force? The City is now hiring for it's next police officer. Check out our employment opportunities for more information.

Next City Council Meeting: September 18, 2018

The next meeting of the Stanfield City Council will be held on September 18, 2018 at the City Council Chambers at 150 West Coe Avenue, Stanfield, Oregon at 7:00 p.m. The meeting agenda can be found here.

FY 2018-2019 Adopted Budget

At the June 5th meeting, the City Council voted to adopt the FY 2018-2019 budget. You can view the adopted budget here.

Stanfield Police Department 2017 Year-End Report

2017 was a great year for the Stanfield Police Department. You can read all about it right here.

What to do about unsightly properties or unpleasant odors

No one wants to be a complainer, but unfortunately, complaints are one of the primary ways that the City can learn that something is a problem. If a property is unsightly, it can have a negative effect on the surrounding neighborhood. Likewise, no one wants to live with unpleasant odors. If you see property violations, or detect offensive odors, there is something that you can do about it: file a complaint.

Complaints can be taken over the phone at 541-449-3831, in person at City Hall (160 S. Main Street), or by email to citymanager@cityofstanfield.com. Each of the staff members on duty at City Hall can take a complaint, regardless of their job title. 

Helpful complaints are detailed complaints. For unsightly properties, please include the address of the violation (or a detailed explanation of the location), and a description of the problem.

For odor complaints, please include a description of the odor, the location where you noticed it, and the address or a description of the location that you believe is causing the odor. In order for fines to be assessed on violators, we also need to know the residential address of the person submitting the complaint.

Unfortunately, issues such as these do take a significant amount of time to resolve. Property owners have rights, and the City cannot force immediate compliance. However, accurate complaints do help speed the process along, and give the City more evidence with which it can encourage property owners to make changes.

Celebrating 100 years

On Monday May 10, 2010, the City of Stanfield turned 100 years old.

The City of Stanfield is conveniently located on Highway 395 right off of I-84. It is conveniently situated in Umatilla County only 10 minutes from Hermiston, about 30 minutes from Pendleton, and about a 45-minute drive to the Tri-Cities, WA. It is also only 15 minutes from the mighty Columbia River. It is a friendly and inviting place to live, work or locate your business.

The City boasts an array of parks for all ages with baseball and soccer fields, and basketball courts as well as playgrounds and walking paths. The City has also grown into a regional player and partner in transportation and quality government, and the City is poised for effective economic growth and development.