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Keep Your City Livable

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Today’s Bend

Safe neighborhoods, high quality schools, a vibrant, sophisticated downtown, a strong sense of community and a high degree of civility - all with access to world class outdoor recreation.

Working together with city leaders, Neighborhood Associations ensure we will all have a voice in shaping Bend’s future, keeping it a great place to live for years to come.

The state of Oregon forecasts that an additional 30,000 people will make Bend their home in the next 7 to 10 years. Resident input, through the City recognized Neighborhood Associations, is vital to ensure the City Council knows what its residents value.

"Neighborhood Associations maintain and improve the quality of life in the city, increase citizen participation in local decision making, and form an effective partnership between the city and neighborhood residents." - City of Bend

Register with the Awbrey Butte Neighborhood Association and help the City Leadership to achieve a balance between livability and growth in our City, to protect and enhance our unique Bend experience for residents and visitors alike.

  • The credibility and influence of Neighborhood Associations with the City Leadership is proportional to the size of membership.
  • Register today and encourage your neighbors to register.
  • If you can make time to contribute to the dialogue on Bend’s future, contact us to help in tracking livability criteria, researching ways to preserve the best of Bend and help guide the City.

ind Out What's at Stake!

5 Reasons to Register as a Member

General Membership Meeting

General Membership Meeting

  1. Make your voice heard in the development of City policy to achieve a balance between livability and growth.
  2. Ensure Bend City officials hear your ideas and concerns.
  3. Be alerted of pending land use applications and public hearings that impact our neighborhood.
  4. Keep your neighborhood safe by increasing compliance with speed limits and city ordinances.
  5. Connect with your neighbors to discover valuable resources, events and programs that may benefit you and your family.