Save the Date ~ Public Safety Open House + Neighborhood Roundtable


Join the City of Bend for a unique engagement opportunity on Monday, June 10 beginning at 5:30pm at Bend Municipal Court (555 NE 15th Street, Bend).

5:30-7pm Public Safety Open House

Community members citywide are invited to a Public Safety Open House about how our police department and transportation planners work to enhance traffic safety and enforce our traffic laws. Hear from Bend Police Chief Mike Krantz and Janet Hruby, assistant city engineer for Transportation & Mobility. There will also be tables with interactive displays, information and staff from Bend Police and Transportation & Mobility departments to answer questions.

7-8:30pm Neighborhood Roundtable

Following the open house, members from each of Bend’s Neighborhood District boards will participate in a roundtable discussion with Bend City Council and staff around Public Safety Council Goals like the coming automated traffic enforcement program, and related neighborhood concerns. Attendees can observe the discussion in person or virtually (virtual links will be posted to the City Council Meeting webpage prior to June 10).

Thoughts on traffic safety or enforcement?

Find your Neighborhood District and provide your input to the board to include in discussions with Council and staff at the roundtable.

General event questions?

Reach out to Community Relations Manager Makayla Oliver at

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