ANNOUNCEMENTS Notice of Budget Committee Meeting May 9, 2024 A public meeting of the Budget Committee of the City of Prairie City, Grant County, Oregon, to discuss the budget for the fiscal year July 1, 2024 to June 30, 2025 will be held at City Hall in Prairie City, Oregon. The meeting will take place on the 9th day of May, 2024 at 6 p.m. The purpose of the meeting is to hear the budget message and receive public comment on the budget.

City Hall

Incorporated in 1891, Prairie City is a municipality of about 950 residents. City Hall 133 Bridge Street Prairie City, Oregon 97869 PH: 541-820-3605, FAX: 541-820-3566 EMAIL: OFFICIALS Mayor: Ed Clark City Council Members: Candy Reagan, Brook Williams, Chase McClung, Jennifer Shaw, Pam Gangler STAFF City Recorder/Administrator: Shonalie Oakes Public Works Director: Chris Camarena, PH: 541-620-3100 Public Works Technicians: Brain Hueckman Michiel Patterson Fire Chief: Marvin Rynearson, PH: 541-620-4380 Museum Director: Jef Bryant, PH: 458-228-0978.

Depot RV Park and Museum

Depot RV Park is adjacent to the DeWitt Museum just three blocks south of downtown on Main Street (Hwy 26). The former Sumpter Valley Railroad (SVRR) Depot building which houses the museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The RV park offers: full hookups for all spaces, a large covered gathering structure, WIFI, picnic area, playground and clean rest rooms with hot showers. All RV spaces were upgraded in 2020 with improved sewer, water and electric hookups which are now suitable for four-season use.

Useful Links

USEFUL LINKS Utilities Online Bill Pay: Pay your water & sewer bill by Bill Pay Information and Links about the Federal Housing Fairness Program Greater Prairie City Community Association (GPCCA) FUTURE LINKS City Council Meeting Agenda and Past Minutes Special Events Calendar Mapping and Plats Depot RV Park and Museum Public Works

Welcome to Prairie City Oregon

Nestled at the foot of the Strawberry Mountains, and straddling the Upper John Day River, Prairie City is the gateway to some of the most gorgeous and remote country in Eastern Oregon. Originally established where placer gold was found, cattle ranching, timber and tourism are the current mainstays. If you are into motorcycles, ATVs, hunting, snowmobiling, bicycles, mountain bikes, hiking, backpacking or cross country skiing, Prairie City is the hub of it all.


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