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PIN: 879 425 969#
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Moro City Hall-
104 First Street
Po Box 231 Moro, OR 97039
Office- (541) 565-3535
City Hall hours- Tuesday and Wednesday 8:00am - 4:00pm
By appointment Monday and Thursday
Maintenance Building/ Public Works-
101 Dewey Street
Shop- (541) 565-0503
After Hours Emergency- John English (541) 340-9651
Monday- By Appointment (8 AM-4 PM)
Tuesday- 8 AM-4 PM
Wednesday- 8 AM- 4 PM
Thursday- By Appointment (8 AM-4 PM)
New and Upcoming
-City Council meeting Tuesday, January 3rd, 2023. 7 PM at City Hall
-If the Recycling bins are full, PLEASE DO NOT leave recycling alongside the bins. This causes additional work for our City Employees. The County Court is working to remedy this issue, and updated signage will be made available soon.
- Are you experiencing a financial hardship and in need of assistance? https://findenergy.com/utility-bill-assistance/ is a resource that can possibly help with utility bills for those who qualify.
-Mid-Columbia Community Action Council (MCCAC)- Utility Assistance will be holding an Appointment only meeting in Moro on 2/15. If you need assistance with your utilities or to see if you qualify, call 541-298-5131 ext 206
~Congratulations to Huskey's 97 Market and Hotel Moro LLC for their awards of the Main Street Façade Program for the 22-23 year. These Main Street businesses will begin work on their buildings in the near future.
The City of Moro offers remote attendance and participation in all meetings. To join, use our remote access link:
Dial-in: (US) +1 914-510-2430 PIN: 879 425 969#
Agendas and Minutes from City Council Meetings & select Ordinances are available on the Local Government Page, or by Clicking Here
The City of Moro is located in the high-rolling plateau area of Sherman County, twenty miles south of the Columbia River and at an elevation of 1,799 feet. It is one of the larger small cities along U.S. Highway 97. Moro sits as the County Seat since the separation of Sherman from Wasco County in 1889.
City of Moro is primarily a residential community with a current population estimate of 335.
The Dalles is 42 miles distant and the nearest metropolitan areas are Portland to the west, Redmond/Bend area to the south and Pendleton to the east.
Because of the City's natural setting between the Deschutes and John Day Rivers and the rural atmosphere, people from more urban areas are now being attracted to Moro for retirement and recreational home sites.
With its store, restaurant, motel facilities, and agricultural-related business Moro is able to function as an agricultural service center, supplying residents and tourists with goods and services.