A Message from the Mayor
As your Mayor, I’ve learned that I can’t accomplish anything alone. It takes a cohesive City Council, willing volunteers to serve on committees, and dedicated staff members at City Hall. In addition, we rely heavily on our local legislators advocating for our community in Salem. Since my time as Mayor started, I’ve had the privilege to meet with all our senators and representatives. Let me tell you, we are incredibly fortunate to have bipartisan representation in Salem from legislators who are interested in doing what is best for the community.
This is why I’m excited to announce that the City Council and I will be hosting the City’s first Legislative Open House on October 22, 2019 at City Hall. This will be an evening where residents can hear from legislators on issues they worked on in 2019 and their priorities for the upcoming 2020 legislative session. In addition, it will be an opportunity for all of you to tell us what’s important to you so that we all can serve you better. The evening will include a chance for residents and elected officials to talk casually about issues important to them and the community.
Not sure who represents Happy Valley? Here is the list of those legislators who serve districts that include portions of Happy Valley:
- Senator Fagan
- Senator Thomsen
- Senator Olsen
- Representative Bynum
- Representative Drazan
- Representative Reardon
Legislative Forum Open House
When: October 22, 2019 @ 6:30PM – 8:30PM
Where: City of Happy Valley City Hall: 16000 SE Misty Dr, Happy Valley, OR 97086