Monroe, Oregon

Monroe, Oregon Monroe is a vibrant, rural, welcoming, and inclusive community celebrating its agrarian heritage, natural environment, neighborly culture, and local economy.
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Located is South Benton County Oregon, Monroe is best know for its Vineyards and Christmas Trees.

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12/31/2020
City of Monroe Administrative Assistant is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.Topic: City Council Meetings 12-28-2...
12/28/2020
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City of Monroe Administrative Assistant is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: City Council Meetings 12-28-2020
Time: Dec 28, 2020 06:30 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Last City Council Meeting for 2020.  Monday, December 28, 2020
12/23/2020

Last City Council Meeting for 2020. Monday, December 28, 2020

Julie Arena, from the HOPE Advisory Board will be presenting important information at the City Council Meetings, Monday,...
12/22/2020
HOPE Community Engagement

Julie Arena, from the HOPE Advisory Board will be presenting important information at the City Council Meetings, Monday, December 28. Please check out this link for more information and to participate in the community survey.

https://www.co.benton.or.us/health/page/hope-community-engagement

The Home, Opportunity, Planning, and Equity (HOPE) Board is a joint advisory board to the City of Corvallis and Benton County. This is the Community Engagement Page for the HOPE Advisory Board. Click here to return to the HOPE Main Page. HOPE Priority Topic Areas

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This coming Monday, November 16, 2020 at 4:00 PM.
11/13/2020

This coming Monday, November 16, 2020 at 4:00 PM.

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**OWNER PICKED UP PHONE AT CITY HALL**
Someone turned in a black cell phone to city hall. It was found across the street from Dari Mart. If you think this is your phone, please stop by city hall to claim it. We are open 8am to 5pm Monday thru Friday.

City Council Meeting, Monday, October 26, 2020 starting at 6:30 PM.
10/22/2020

City Council Meeting, Monday, October 26, 2020 starting at 6:30 PM.

The Drive-Up Ballot Drop Box is located at the Monroe Library for your convenience.
10/19/2020

The Drive-Up Ballot Drop Box is located at the Monroe Library for your convenience.

PERSONNEL & FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21, 2020  6:30 PM, AT CITY HALL MEETING ROOM.
10/19/2020

PERSONNEL & FINANCE COMMITTEE MEETING, WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 21, 2020 6:30 PM, AT CITY HALL MEETING ROOM.

We just received more face shields and kn95 masks at City Hall. These are adult size only. Please stop by if you are in ...
10/01/2020

We just received more face shields and kn95 masks at City Hall. These are adult size only. Please stop by if you are in need of face shields or masks.

Friends of the Corvallis-Benton County Library
09/23/2020

Friends of the Corvallis-Benton County Library

The Monroe Community Library needs your help!

Support the Monroe Community Library Legacy Fund, a partnership of the Library Foundation, South Benton Community Enhancement Association, and the City of Monroe. The fund was created to provide money to help the City of Monroe with the library's capital maintenance, preservation, and enhancement needs into the future.

To Donate:
https://thebestlibraryfoundation.org/donating/paypal/
Then click on the Monroe Community Library Legacy Fund button.

For more information, contact Stephanie Conn (541-766-6485) or Sandy Halonen ([email protected]).

09/14/2020

Due to the recent weather/air quality there has been a few changes to our monthly schedule:
GARBAGE SERVICE--Friday Sept. 18
BAM! (Business Association of Monroe)--Sept. 24, 6:00 PM
Municipal Court--Wednesday, Sept. 30, 3:00 PM

If you have any questions, please call City Hall, 541-847-5175

09/10/2020
AVAILABLE AT MONROE CITY HALL:  KN95 MASK, CHILDREN SIZE MASK AND HAND SANITIZER.  We are open 8-5.
09/08/2020

AVAILABLE AT MONROE CITY HALL: KN95 MASK, CHILDREN SIZE MASK AND HAND SANITIZER. We are open 8-5.

09/04/2020
September 2020 Newsletter
09/02/2020

September 2020 Newsletter

Open to any resident (WITHIN CITY LIMITS) of Monroe, and an active registered voter in Monroe, Benton County. ***Surroun...
09/02/2020

Open to any resident (WITHIN CITY LIMITS) of Monroe, and an active registered voter in Monroe, Benton County.
***Surrounding areas of Monroe do not qualify***

Tonight's City council meeting has been changed to 6:30.                         MASK REQUIRED
08/31/2020

Tonight's City council meeting has been changed to 6:30.
MASK REQUIRED

08/28/2020
MONDAY, AUGUST 31, AT 6:00 PM:  Continuation of the City Council Meeting (Aug. 24. 2020).
08/28/2020

MONDAY, AUGUST 31, AT 6:00 PM: Continuation of the City Council Meeting (Aug. 24. 2020).

Monroe City Hall has mask (adult & children sizes), face shields, and hand sanitizer to give to the public. Stop by City...
08/24/2020
Benton County distributes free face masks, hand sanitizer to residents

Monroe City Hall has mask (adult & children sizes), face shields, and hand sanitizer to give to the public. Stop by City Hall between 8am-5pm. **Quanities limited to stock on hand**

Benton County hosted a free mask giveaway to residents Saturday morning for support during the coronavirus pandemic.

08/13/2020

Address

664 Commercial St.
Monroe, OR
97456

General information

City Hall Office Hours: Mon - Fri: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Monroe Community Library Hours: Sunday: CLOSED Monday: 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm Tuesday: 10 am - 4:30 pm Wednesday: 8 am - 3 pm Thursday: 10 am - 4:30 pm Friday: CLOSED Saturday: CLOSED

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(541) 847-5175

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All artists and art enthusiasts! Please come and join our meeting tomorrow night from 6-7pm at the Monroe Library, 380 North 5th Street!
All artists and art enthusiasts! Please come and join our meeting tomorrow night from 6-7pm at the Monroe Library, 380 North 5th Street!
Three barn stores open today in Monroe and Alpine. Two are on this flyer and the third is on the map. Today's Decor is open both today and tomorrow. All super cute stores with great prices on special items. Antiques, Artwork, home goods old and new, and Goddess Wear Recycled. Gently used beautiful skirts, jackets vests, dresses and tops for fall and winter. Lots of flowy styles - M-XL.
Mark your calendars! This charming festival is not to be missed! Something for everyone and it's right here in Monroe!
https://www.facebook.com/events/968658110153222/?ti=cl Friends family come have some fun and food
Press Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The City of Monroe Adopts 2020-2040 Comprehensive Plan MONROE, OREGON - August 27, 2019 - The City of Monroe’s Planning Commission and City Administrator Rick Hohnbaum are pleased to announce the adoption of the 2020-2040 Comprehensive Plan. At the City Council’s August 26, 2019 meeting, councilors unanimously passed Ordinance 2019-04, An Ordinance Adopting the 2020-2040 City of Monroe Comprehensive Plan. The Ordinance becomes effective 30 days after City Council passage. The Comprehensive Plan is the blueprint for future development over the next 20 years in our City. It is a plan developed by our citizens for our citizens which addresses a wide variety of issues including land use, economic development, housing, historic preservation, and transportation. The City’s current Comprehensive Plan was adopted in December 1979 and last amended in 1986. The Comprehensive Planning process provided the community with the opportunity to guide land use and development to meet the future needs of our City especially in terms of public health, safety, and infrastructure. The Comprehensive Plan enables the City to implement our “Monroe Tomorrow” vision to maintain and enhance the quality of life for our community. The update of this key planning and development document began in September 2017 with the Monroe Planning Commission. In March 2018, our “Monroe Tomorrow” visioning document was adopted by the City Council. Over the last two years with the help of volunteers on the Planning Commission, graduate students from Portland State University’s Constellation Planning team, and staffing provided by participants from the Resource Assistance for Rural Environments (RARE) AmeriCorps program administered by the University of Oregon, all parties worked together diligently on this new Comprehensive Plan including active community participation and input. This Comprehensive Plan Update would not be possible without the Monroe Planning Commission, Monroe City Staff, RARE Participants RJ Theofield (2017-2018) and Taylor Evans (2018-2019), Portland State University’s Constellation Planning Team, Community Partners including Alliance for Recreation & Natural Areas, Amigos de Monroe, Business Association of Monroe (BAM!), Community Roundtable Participants, Monroe Community Health Clinic, Monroe School District, Monroe Vision & Revitalization Committee, South Benton Citizen Advisory Committee, Strengthening Rural Families, as well as our Regional Partners including Benton County, Oregon Cascades West Council of Governments, the State of Oregon, Patrick Depa (Small Cities Planner), and Patrick Wingard (DLCD Representative), and the support of Monroe’s City Council. The City of Monroe would like to give a special thank you to the Resource Assistance for Rural Environments (RARE) Program for their guidance and expertise in planning and working with rural communities throughout the State of Oregon. This Comprehensive Plan was part of the RARE Participant Work Plan for both RARE members in 2017-2018 and 2018-2019. Without their hard work and dedication, the City of Monroe would not have been able to write the updated Comprehensive Plan within two years. Additional information can be found on the City’s website at www.ci.monroe.or.us or to view a digital version of the Comprehensive Plan, navigate here: https://ci.monroe.or.us/planning-building/planning-documents/
Hi, We moved to Monroe last May after we retired. We were so pleased to move to the area since our kids lived in Springfield and worked in Corvallis it was the perfect location. About a week after we moved in while we were having furniture delivered our Malamute (Cali) got out and took off. We chased her and with the help of one of our neighbors was able to catch her. Actually she decided the game was over and let herself be caught. Another neighbor suggested that I join the Monroe Neighborhood Watch page, I was told this is where everyone post information and if she got out again others would watch for her. I decided to join the page and post a thank you for the help received while trying to catch Cali. I requested to join the group but never heard back and when I tried to go to the page again I couldn't find it. I could find the page on Google search but when I did a search on Facebook it was as if the page never existed, I realized I had been blocked. The only reason I could imagine I was blocked was because I hadn't changed my address on Facebook yet. I don't know if the admins didn't like the fact that I had lived in California before or if they thought I was trying to crash the page but I was blocked. I have to say I didn't feel very welcomed by Monroe. We have lived here a over a year and have wonderful neighbors, we've visited the wineries, we went to the Vino, Vintage and Victory festival, we have eaten at Long Timber and love Benny's. Everyone has been friendly and accepting but still we feel left out of the loop since we have no way of knowing what is happening around us. I have tried several times to join the page but still it's like it never existed, after our neighbors mentioned it again today I tried once again without success. I am writing this because I don't know what else to do. If there is anyone that might be able to help me I would very grateful. It would be nice to know when there is a problem in the area or to be able to make others aware if we see a potintial problem, not that we've seen any. I appreciate your taking time to read this, and would be happy to hear from any of our neighbors out there.
My mower broke. Looking for someone to cut 1.5 acres in monroe!
Missing dog off of west 7th 3 year old black brindle pug named yuli. Kids left kennel open and he booked it If found please contact (541)501-1680
Anyone else in the bellefontain area experiencing power outages?