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Resolution 3881: Declaring an Economic, Mental Health and Criminal Activity Crises due to the Current Covid-Related State Emergency Declaration and Relating OSHA Mandates and Guidance
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We are still accepting Public Comment. 
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2021-22 Proposed Budget

The Baker City Budget Board met on May 17 - 18, 2021 to discuss the 2021-22 Proposed Budget.

On May 18, the Budget Board unanimously approved the Proposed Budget.

The now-approved budget will head to City Council in June to get Adopted so that it can be implemented the new fiscal year starting July 1, 2021.

Baker City is looking for volunteers for various Boards, Committees and Commissions. 

Currently we have openings on the following:
  • HDDRC - 2 positions
  • Public Arts Commission - 1 position
  • Golf Board - 2 positions
  • Planning Commission - 1 position

To fill out an application to serve on a Board, Committee or Commission, click HERE​

Frequently Requested Documents


  Kerry McQuisten   Email
Acting Mayor:  Lynette Perry  Email
Councilor:  Jason Spriet  Email
Councilor:  Joanna Dixon  Email
Councilor:  Heather Sells  Email
Councilor:  Shane Alderson  Email
Councilor:  Johnny Waggoner Sr.  Email


Businesses affected by this outbreak can stay informed of assistance programs and new regulations by following these links:

Business Oregon:

Oregon Employment Department:

Stay Informed:

Baker County:  Baker County is the lead on local response. 

Oregon: The Oregon Health Authority leads the state response. 

United States: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention leads the U.S. response

World Health Organization: The World Health Organization guides the global response.

Governor’s Office, State of Oregon

A History of Early Baker City

A History of Early Baker City: 1862-1910, written by Gary Dielman, will provide you with a brief look into Baker City's earliest days, historic buildings and community leaders. A History Of Early Baker City.  

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