Forums and News 2018-03-23T19:57:09+00:00


A Solution for Pollution? What Carbon Pricing Means for Oregon

Considered by some to be a fruitful “pollution solution” and others a “job-killing energy tax,” it is no wonder carbon pricing was a hot-button issue in Oregon’s recent legislative short session.  While the proposed [...]

Regional forum: Growth’s Impact on our Communities

Join Local City Managers as They Explore the Challenges Central Oregon is among the fastest growing and most entrepreneurial regions in the U.S. And while our cities are humming with new ideas, start-ups and [...]

April forum: Transportation Planning Today For Tomorrow’s Technology

Will the chicken be crossing the road by foot, in a self-driving car or pedaling a bike? The future of transportation is changing. From autonomous vehicles to investing in “great streets,” we can shape [...]


  • City Club | Deschutes Collaborative Forest Project

Forum Reflections from March: Fires, Forests and Foes

At last week’s City Club forum, we learned about Fires, Forests, and Foes from the Deschutes Collaborative Forest Project (DCFP).  The power of bringing together a group with contrasting perspectives for a singular purpose [...]


City Club of Announces Winner of Conversation of the Year Award

Bend, OR (October 24, 2017) The City Club of Central Oregon announced Tuesday, at an evening reception for its members and guests, that the “Westside Transect” is the winner of its first-ever “Conversation of [...]

Membership Drive Provides Incentives for Both New and Renewing Members

Bend, OR (October 10, 2017) City Club of Central Oregon is excited to announce the kick-off of their 2017 membership drive. New memberships and membership renewals are discounted through the end of December and [...]

City Club of Announces Finalists for Conversation of the Year Award

Bend, OR (September 29, 2017) At its September forum, City Club of Central Oregon announced the four finalists for the newly minted “Conversation of the Year” award. Unlike most awards, which recognize individual achievement, [...]