Monroe Oregon is located in South-East Benton County and nestled in the foothills of the Coast Range. Strategically positioned in the mid-Willamette Valley, the City of Monroe is between Corvallis and Oregon State University to the north and Eugene with the University of Oregon to the south. This unique location offers very diverse opportunities including hiking and mountain biking, fishing on the Alsea River, Division I sports at both Oregon State University and the University of Oregon, or wine tasting at local wineries. Monroe’s beautiful natural surroundings offers an attractive site for business and tourist development.
The City of Monroe is recruiting for citizens to serve on the Budget Committee to help shape the City’s finances for the next fiscal year. If you are interested, please fill out the application below or pick up an application at City Hall.
The City of Monroe is accepting applications for Volunteer Park Hosts at Monroe City Park. The Park Host provides basic operational services and information to the visiting public in exchange for a full hookup RV site (Electricity, Water, Sewer, and Wi-Fi included) for up to two adult Park Hosts. Click for Information and Application.
Monroe resident Nicole Knott was appointed to Council in a unanimous 5 to 0 vote, during a Special City Council Meeting on Tuesday, April 13, 2021. Knott fills the vacancy created on January 11, 2021, following the resignation of former Councilor Lonnie Koroush. The term expires in December 2023. See our press release for more information.
The City of Monroe wants to remind its citizens that keeping grass and weeds in check on their property or the right-of-way adjacent to their property not only keeps the City a pleasant and safe place to live, but is also the law. Read more about Ordinance 16-01 for details.