Welcome to The City of Heppner

Downtown HeppnerThe city of Heppner lies about 50 miles south of the Columbia River snuggled against the foothills of the Blue Mountains in north eastern Oregon. Highway 74, also called the Blue Mountain Scenic Byway, winds south from Interstate 84 through Ione, Lexington and Heppner.

Rolling hills rising to meet the mountains on the east offer a beautiful view while canyons, rivers and scattered farms also contribute to the picturesque drive. Beyond Heppner, Highway 74 leads into the Blue Mountains and to the towns of Ukiah and La Grande, earning Heppner the name “Gateway to the Blues”.

We invite you to explore our web site for the City of Heppner. Agendas and minutes for City Council are available by clicking on the City Council button above or clicking here.

 

Payments for Water/Sewer, Electricity and Garbage can be placed in the night drop box to the right of the front door. The City office is open if you need assistance but social distancing rules will apply.   If you have questions please call 541-676-9618.  

 

Heppner Mayor and City Council Positions Open for General Election

The City of Heppner has the Mayor and three (3) Councilor positions open for the November 3, 2020 General Election.  Interested parties must be at least 18 years of age, have resided within the Heppner City Limits for at least twelve (12) months directly preceding election day and be a registered voter in the State of Oregon. 

Below are forms to complete and return to Heppner City Hall no later than August 25, 2020.  

Interested parties can contact City Hall, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  

The deadline for filing is 5:00 p.m. August 25, 2020.

For more information, contact Kraig Cutsforth at 541-676-9618 or heppneratcenturytel.net.  Completed, signed forms can be mailed to Morrow County Elections, PO Box 338, Heppner, OR  97836-0338 or brought to Heppner City Hall at 111 N Main St. (PO Box 756)  Heppner OR 97836

Candidate Filing     Petition Submission   Signature Sheet

 

For Online Utility Payments go to www.GovPayNow.com You will need to have your account number. Use Heppner for the pay code. A 2.65% service charge will apply.  Credit/Debit payments are also accepted at City Hall.