The Monroe City Council will be conducting a public hearing on Monday, October 10, 2022, 6 PM, at the Monroe Community Center, 605 Main Street, Monroe, for the purpose of accepting any and all public comment prior to deliberating and deciding on a recommendation from the Monroe Planning Commission to adopt new code language to govern uses and improvements including construction in the Riverside District Overlay and modifying the Comprehensive Plan to create Commercial zoning in residential areas.
PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING 9-7-2022
The Monroe Planning Commission will be conducting a public hearing on Wednesday, September 7, 2022, for the purpose of accepting any and all public comment prior to deliberating and deciding on a recommendation to city council for their decision to adopt new code language to govern uses and improvements including construction in the Riverside District Overlay and modifying the Comprehensive Plan to create Commercial zoning in residential areas.
Honoring First Responders
Mayor Dan Sheets signed a proclamation designating the month of September as First Responders’ Appreciation Month in the City of Monroe, and urge all community members to express their personal gratitude to those who serve us all so selflessly.
Read the Mayor’s proclamation here
Major ADA Ramp Construction Starting October 3rd
ODOT is starting up major construction to update and install ADA curb ramps the week of October 3rd. Construction work will be on weekdays from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
-Shoulder and lane closures.
-Work zone controlled by flaggers, as needed.
-Pedestrians, including those with disabilities, will have access through or around work zones.
-Lane closure and flagging when working at the Commercial Street and Kelly Street intersections with OR 99.
The curb ramps are being built in batches, or stages, so you might see some periods of inactivity and some of the work is weather dependent so the schedule may change – visit TripCheck.com for the most up to date information on road conditions and traffic.
If you have concerns or would like to request ODOT look at accessibility issues at specific locations, please contact:
Brennan Burbank | 971-701-3342
2022 Election Information
At the 2022 General Election on November 8th, the positions of Mayor and three City Councilors will appear on the ballot. Each candidate for the Mayor or City Council must complete Form SEL 101 and return it to City Hall by 5:00 PM August 30, 2020. This form is available at city hall, Benton County Elections, Secretary of State’s office and on the websites for county and state elections. See the election page for more information
2021 Water Consumer Confidence Report
We are pleased to present the 2021 Water Consumer Confidence Report. View the report here.