Bend 2030 Vision


The City of Bend is working to steward the community’s vision for Bend 2030 into reality with a town hall event: Passport * Bend; Envision the future of Bend today!  The event will be held at Bend Senior Center, 1600 SE Reed Market Road on Thursday, October 16, 7–9pm.

Featured speakers will include Bend City Manager Eric King, Doug LaPlaca, CEO, VisitBend, and Brad Bailey, owner of Bend Garbage & Recycling.

The public will get a chance to talk with city leaders and provide feedback. Find out what’s taking place in your neighborhood and community.

Featured at focus group tables will be Bend Neighborhood Associations, Citizens for Bend Area Transit, City of Bend, Commute Options, Deschutes Land Trust, Housing Works and Deschutes
National Forest.

Bend 2030 Vision is a broad, inclusive community-based effort with an action plan beginning in 2006 involving thousands of community members, agencies, and key stakeholders who helped lay the groundwork for the vision elements and implementation of the action items.

In 2008, Bend 2030 continues to move forward and the vision is taking hold. More than 80 percent of the action items are being worked on through collaborative and meaningful partnerships. Bend 2030 has over 60 Lead Partners representing Action items.


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