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City of Mt. Angel

30% growth – Study predicts Mount Angel will near 4,750 residents by 2040

By Stephen Floyd A recent housing analysis estimated the population of Mount Angel could grow 30% by 2040 compared to 2020 and said the city has enough buildable land to meet this need. The analysis was approved Jan. 18 by the city’s Planning Commission and is scheduled to go before the City Council for final approval Feb. 5. Mount Angel […]

Cleanup day set for Mt. Angel

The City of Mt. Angel is hosting its annual city-wide cleanup Aug. 26, giving residents a chance to dispose of yard debris, appliances and metal, items that are normally difficult to safely throw out. Scheduled for 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the parking lot across from City Hall on E. Church St., the event is hosted by Republic Services. […]

City of Mt. Angel

New fiscal year: Mount Angel passes ’23-’24 budget

By Stephen Floyd The City of Mount Angel is focusing on infrastructure improvements, public safety and building community in a $17.2 million budget passed for the new fiscal year. On June 5, the City Council unanimously approved the budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1 based on a recommendation from the city’s Budget Committee. Included were $5.2 million in […]

Mount Angel income survey focused on obtaining grant

Some residents in Mount Angel may have recently received a survey in the mail or a knock on the door asking for household income information. It’s no scam. The City of Mount Angel is hoping to apply for a federal grant to rebuild Railroad Avenue.  In order to qualify, the affected neighborhood must meet certain income requirements. Around 60 households […]