The City of Bend is re-starting a program which allows neighborhood to have an opportunity to identify safety projects which the neighborhood considers important. This program is administered by the Streets and Operations Department.
The City Council has adopted a budget for 2019-2021 which includes $800,000 for this program. The details of this program are being ironed out and the kickoff is slated for August 5, 2019.
Here is the link to the current page on the city website to learn how any citizen can submit an application for a residential street safety project: City website page. Please review the power point presentation below for a more detailed information. If you have any questions after reading the presentation, please email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a link to the May 15th Power point presentation to see a brief outline of the program (Neighborhood Safety Program presentation).
Neighborhood Safety Program Committee
At the July 17 RWNA workshop, volunteers signed up to serve on a committee to help compile possible neighborhood safety projects for nomination to this program. Work completed by this committee will be posted here (Neighborhood Safety Program committee)[A draft of a long list of potential projects was compiled at the workshop. There will be a short delay until the end of the month before the next step will taken with the new members of the safety committee. Our first post will be in August.]