Welcome to Mountain View Neighborhood Association!
Mission Statement: On behalf of our membership, our goal is to be organized for educational, social and charitable purposes; maintain an open line of communication between MVNA members and City management/staff; and maintain, protect and enhance our neighborhood's livability and sense of community.
The Mountain View Neighborhood Association (MVNA) is made up of many types of housing: single and multi-family subdivisions as well as apartments and condo complexes; assisted living and retirement homes.
The Forum shopping area and many commercial buildings occupy the area at the intersection of Highway 20 and 27th street.
St. Charles Medical Center - Bend and many other medical facilities are located in the Medical District Overlay Zone, a specially zoned area within the MVNA boundaries.
A partial list of subdivisions within MVNA is as follows: Aspen Glen, Breckenridge, Burning Tree, Canyon Park, Eagle Nest, Eastwinds, Eastbrook Estates, Glacier Ridge, High Pointe, Higher Ground, Hunters Highland, Mirada, Morea, Monticello Estates, Mountain Peaks, Mountain View Park, Oaktree, Oakview Estates, The Pines at Pilot Butte, Providence, Sandalwood, Snowberry Village, Stonebrook, SunPointe, Tamarack Park, Williamson, The Willows, Winchester, Woodcrest.
Schools located in the MVNA boundaries: Mountain View High School, Ensworth Elementary.
Parks in our association area: Al Moody Park, Stover Park, Mountain View Park, Providence Park.
Weekly Road & Traffic Report
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Weekly Road and Traffic Report
Posted Date: 9/16/2016 3:30 PM
For the week of September 19 – 24:
- Colorado Avenue bridge eastbound lane closed for City of Bend Colorado Lift Station Project, single lane closure with flagging and detour marked (see attached map), 9 a.m. – 7 p.m., September 21.
- Louisiana Avenue between Bond Street and Lava Road and Kansas Avenue between Bond Street and Lava Road for Cascade Natural Gas pipe installation, single lane closures with flaggers, 7 a.m. – 6 p.m., September 19 – 20.
- 27th Street between Grand Way and Twin Knolls Drive for Southeast Interceptor Sewer Project, nightly road closures with flagging and detours marked, 7 p.m. – 6 a.m., September 15 – September 30.
- Roosevelt Avenue between Silver Lake Boulevard and Chamberlain Street for Phase I City of Bend water main replacement, local traffic only with detours signed, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m., September 6 – November.
- Valhalla Sewer Relocation Project, Mt. Washington Drive at Shevlin Park Road intersection and North to Regency Street, detours marked, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., July 11 – November.
- Portions of Shevlin-Hixon Road, Allen Road, and Commerce Road closed for sewer construction, May – November.
Visit www.bendoregon.gov/streets for information about the 2016 Street Preservation and Maintenance Program.
Visit www.bendoregon.gov/bendprojects for an interactive map and information about City of Bend infrastructure projects.
Contact: Kyle Thomas, Construction Manager
For Street Preservation related questions: Paul Neiswonger, Streets Supervisor
Bend City Charter Review Forum
Bend residents can give input on city governance structure.
What: Bend city charter review forum
When: 5-7 p.m. Sept. 20 and Nov. 1
Where: Central Oregon Collective, 62070 27th St., Bend
Those that participate will be able to weigh in on questions regarding potential revisions to the city charter. Topics will likely include efforts to promote better representation on Council where currently six of the seven members live on the West side of town and boosting pay for Councilors who are currently only paid $200 per month to serve.
"With the current growth Bend is experiencing, now is a great time for citizens to intentionally shape our community," said Joey Drucker, executive director of City Club of Central Oregon. "Our leaders are listening."
27th Street Sewer Project
Date: June 20, 2016
From: Anne Aurand Interim Communications Director 541-388-5573, firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Eric Forster
27th Street sewer line construction
In July, the City of Bend will kick off a nearly two-year construction project to build a new sewer line down 27th Street - a hub for medical, retail, employment and residential users. This will bring considerable construction and heavy equipment to the area as crews dig significant trenches along the 27th Street corridor and into Medical Center Drive.
This project will change how thousands of Bend residents access medical facilities, shopping and more. The City strongly encourages everyone who uses 27th Street to visit our 27th Street Sewerline Project Kickoff meeting to prepare for these changes.
5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 30 at Desert Streams Church parking lot (near the intersection of 27th Street and Bear Creek Road).
At this meeting, project managers will outline the project, explain target dates and schedules, and discuss the end result – a more sustainable and much needed sewer system. Bend’s sewer system – crucial public infrastructure - is at capacity. For information visit our website at bendoregon.gov/SEI.
Also, Bend City Councilors Nathan Boddie and Casey Roats, who participated in the Sewer Infrastructure Advisory Group process that led to a citywide plan for sewer improvement priorities across Bend, will be relocating their Office Hour (regularly scheduled for the fourth Monday evening of the month) to 27th Street area to discuss sewer plans or any topic of residents’ concerns.
Please drop in and meet your Councilors:
6 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday, June 27, in the café at Barnes & Noble at 2690 NE Hwy 20 in the Forum Shopping Center. Project managers from the sewer project will also be at this Office Hours.
Energy Efficiency Direct Installation Project
As part of Bend's participation in the ongoing Bend Energy Challenge project, a special energy-efficiency program for homes is coming up in November and December. In collaboration with the Energy Trust of Oregon, free LED bulbs, low flow showerheads and water-saving faucet aerators will be installed in Bend area homes by our visiting AmeriCorps team!
The Bend Energy Challenge, a program of the Environmental Center, is offering a free and convenient way to make your home more energy efficient. Through the LED Light Bulb Installation Program, The Bend Energy Challenge will install up to 16 LED bulbs in your house – all for free.
Today’s Light Emitting Diodes, commonly known as LED light bulbs, can be six to seven times more energy efficient than conventional incandescent lights and cut energy use by more than 80 percent. LEDs can also last 25 times longer than traditional light bulbs.
During an installation appointment, the team will determine and address highest traffic areas in the home. Existing incandescent bulbs will be replaced with up to 16 energy-saving LEDs in standard or recessed can fixtures. As a result of the installation, residents can save up to $160 on utility bills each year.
For even bigger savings, the team can also install water-saving features such as high power, low flow showerheads and kitchen aerators.
Residents can sign up for the program at http://www.bendenergychallenge.org/freebulbs and will receive a phone call to schedule the installation. The installation appointment takes approximately one hour.
This program is made possible through collaboration with the Energy Trust of Oregon. The Bend Energy Challenge is able to install light bulbs for customers served by Central Electric Coop and Pacific Power, and water-saving features for customers who heat their water with Pacific Power or Cascade Natural Gas. The team can only replace incandescent bulbs in high traffic areas. This offer is currently available in zip codes 97701, 97702 and 97703.
For more information and to sign up for your free light bulb installation, visit www.bendenergychallenge.org/freebulbs.