Providing Information for Residents and Visitors about our Local City Government.
Known to the Spanish navigators, named by an Irish Lord, surviving two devastating fires, Bandon thrives in the temperate climate of the Southern Oregon coast. Its magnificent location at the mouth of the Coquille River creates a small paradise for both residents and visitors.
The City of Bandon provides easy access to its public records from this page:
From here you can view the municipal code.You can also request a public record by clicking below and filling out the appropriate form. From here you can also access the Agenda Archive directory when the recent agendas of the various committees are made available. Browse the minutes of the City Council, Planning Commission and Committee on Citizen Involvement. (CCI) by clicking the minutes link.Document Links:
The standing committees and commissions are composed of members selected by the City Council. Visit our committee page for brief descriptions and the names of the members of each committee and commission.
Review the Agendas of the Standing Committees of the City of Bandon. Here you can get updated information regarding the regular and special meetings of these committees:
Detailed descriptions of each department can be found on these Department Page links:
The government of Bandon is run by the City Council, and the Administrative Staff. By Charter, the Council is composed of a mayor, elected for a two-year term, and six councilors elected to serve four year terms. The Council provides the overall direction and vision for the city by a biennial setting of goals.
The Administrative Staff, through the City Manager, City Attorney and City Recorder report directly to the council and provide information sufficient for them to make informed decisions.
Bandon City Hall is located at 555 Highway 101 in Bandon, across from Old Town.
Office Hours are Monday - Friday 10 AM to 5 PM
Mailing address: P.O. Box 67 Bandon, OR 97411.
Phone 541- 347-2437
The City Manager, Matt Winkel posts his monthly newsletter here. This is the top source of info regarding the workings and projects of the City Government.
You may make an appointment with Mayor Mary Schamehorn, by contacting the City Recorder at 541-347-2437 Ext. 223
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Bandon is a great place to live or visit. It is a diversified, full-service community with dramatic, walkable beaches and spectacular sunsets. The Old Town district is home to local artisans, unique gift shops and galleries. There are excellent restaurants of both American and foreign cuisine.
Along the Coquille River, east of the lighthouse is the Boat Basin and the pier. Featured here are a host of indoor and outdoor eateries along with excellent opportunities for crabbing and fishing, as well as a modern ramp for launching boats.
The Barn is Bandon's Conference & Community Center where conventions large or small can meet.MISSION STATEMENT
Found Bicycles: Call Bandon Police 541-347-2241 with description by January 15, 2014 to claim.
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