Mountain View Neighborhood Association

Empowered to Shape Our Future

Mountain View Neighborhood Association

Empowered to Shape Our Future

The Mountain View Neighborhood Association (MVNA) is free to join and provides residents the opportunity to help shape the future of our neighborhood. We are one of 13 neighborhood associations in Bend, Oregon.

This is our opportunity to foster a better working relationship with the city and have a more impactful voice on projects that affect our neighborhood.

Upcoming Meetings & Events

MVNA News

Mountain View Neighborhood Association

Bend Park & Recreation District – Unit Canal Trail – August 6th 2022

Jul 28, 2022

Please join us at Pine Nursery Park on Saturday, August 6th between 10am and 1pm to find out more about the planned North Unit Canal Trail and to share your thoughts on trail design with BPRD staff.  A guided tour of the planned trail will start at 12pm. Cookies and cold drinks

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City of Bend – Bend Police camera system update – 7/27/2022

Jul 28, 2022

Bend City Council approves fleet camera system for Bend Police vehicles The goal of these camera systems is to further increase the transparency of our local law enforcement actions, as well as to improve public safety, reduce crime and assist in prosecution efforts. Post Date: 07/27/2022 10:01 AM Bend City Council

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Help Select Roundabout Art

Jul 27, 2022

Art In Public Places is welcoming public input on selecting a piece of art to be placed at the new roundabout that joins 27th, Empire, and Butler Market.

https://artinpublicplaces.org/empire-butlermrkt-27th.html

Models of the proposed art sculptures for this roundabout will be on display at the Larkspur Community center July 25-August 1

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Land Use

One of our primary goals is to monitor land use and development in our neighborhood. Our Land Use Chair is Carol Elwood. Contact us if you have questions or concerns about land use in our neighborhood.

July 2022 Land Use Notices

 

  • Neighborhood Meeting about proposed apartment building at 1301 Medical Center Drive. 4-story apartment building to have 135 dwelling units, plus club room, fitness area, outdoor pool & BBQ. Meeting will be hybrid zoom or in person at Liz Cafe in The Alexander. August 16th, 6 pm.
  • Application for Short Term Rental at 62911 Nasu Park Loop. Comments accepted through 8/5/2022.
  • Approval of Short Term Rental at 2958 NE Deborah Ct.
  • Short Term Rental Application, 2119 Mistletoe Ct. Comments accepted through August 3, 2022. 
  • Planning Commission Hearing about updates to Sign Code map. August 8, 2022, 5:30 pm.
  • Code Draft pertaining to Home Energy Score. Open House and Q&A August 1st, 3 pm
  • Approval of Short Term Rental at 850 NE Robin Ct.
  • Approval of Short Term Rental at 3393 NE Wild Rivers Loop.
  • Approval of Short Term Rental at 2707 NE Canyon Park Place.
  • Notice of updates to Bend Development Code regarding Signs, 9.50 BDC. Planning Commission Work Session July 25. Planning Commission Hearing August 8th. City Council 1st Reading August 17th. City Council 2nd Reading September 7th. See here for details of code changes, and how to attend any of these meetings.
  • Public Neighborhood Meeting Wednesday 7/6/2022, 6 pm. Pre-application opportunity for neighbors to hear about a proposed residential development at 2101 Holliday, near Purcell. Proposal is for one 3-story building containing 30 unit “micro-unit” residences. Two drive-aisles will be included in the lot. A variance is sought for parking. For properties 1/4 mile from Transit service parking requirements are .5 spaces per unit. This project is 1/4 mile + 6 feet, and proposes to have 23 spaces for 30 units, which is 70% of parking that would be required for projects more than 1/4 mile from Transit.