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Come to National Night Out on August 1, 2017

The Stanfield Police Department invites everyone to National Night Out on August 1, 2017 at Bard Park starting at 6:00 PM. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes Police-Community partnerships and neighborhood comaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. This free event is sponsored by the Stanfield Police Department and is funded entirely by community donations. Join us for a bicycle rodeo, drone obstacle race, and free hot dogs, hamburgers, chips and sodas. To cap it all off, the even will end with a free movie (and popcorn) in Bard Park. Come on out! For more information, check out the event flyer right here.

Nominate one of your neighbors for Neighbor of the Year!

Once special citizen will be recognized as the Neighbor of the Year at this year's National Night Out on August 1, 2017. This award is intended to recognize the efforts of Stanfield residents who are making contributions to improve the quality of life in their community, and make a difference in their neighborhood without seeking recognition for their service. The application form is available here, or at City Hall. Nominations must be received by July 31, 2017.

Next City Council Meeting: August 1, 2017

The next meeting of the Stanfield City Council will be held on August 1, 2017 at the Stanfield Council Chambers, 150 West Coe Avenue, Stanfield, Oregon at 7:00 p.m. The meeting agenda will be posted here when available.

Planning Commission Vacancy

There is a vacancy on the Planning Commission, and the City Council is seeking volunteers to fill the position. If you are interested in serving your community, please contact the City Manager for more information, at 541-449-3831 or citymanager@cityofstanfield.com.

Stanfield Downtown Code Update

The City of Stanfield is conducting an update to its downtown code. The first community meeting was held on May 17, 2016 at the Stanfield Secondary School ( 1120 N. Main) at 7 pm. Another meeting was held on September 20, 2016 with the Stanfield City Council and Planning Commission. A public hearing was held before the Planning Commission on November 15, 2016. The Planning Commission approved the amendments, with some slight changes, and recommended thair adoption by the City Council. There will be a public hearing before the City Council on December 6, 2016.

The goals of the project are to:

  • Remove any barriers to downtown development
  • Encourage a pleasant and walkable downtown
  • Promote a consistent visual design using colors and other building elements
  • Make the development code easier to read and understand

The following are documents related to this project:

For more information about the project, click here. Additional information will be posted here when available.

Oregon's Animal Tethering Law

A new animal tethering statute became law on January 1st, 2014. This new law limits the amount of time that an animal can be tethered during a 24-hour period and includes other modifications to minimum standards for shelterm bedding, and keeping animals in vehicles. If you own a dog, please read this notice from the Stanfield Police department.

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.