Insurance Agent Request for Proposal

The City of Baker City invites qualified professionals to submit proposals to serve as it’s “agent of record” for a term of one year, with the possibility of renewal. The City currently purchases employee health care insurance, employee life insurance, general liability, and workers’ compensation insurance. Additionally, the City-owned airport is covered under its own policy.

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Questions can be directed to City Manager Mike Kee, City of Baker City, 1655 First Street, Baker City, Oregon 97814 or by email at

Proposals are due on August 6th, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. Proposals may be received by mail, by courier delivery (UPS, FedEx, etc.) to P.O. Box 650 Baker City Oregon 97814 or by hand to City Manager, City of Baker City, 1655 First Street Baker City, Oregon 97814. All proposals are to be in a sealed envelope. The envelope is to be clearly marked "Agent of Record Proposal".

Late proposals or non-responsive proposals will be considered.

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Annual Water Quality Report

Each year the Public Works Department generates a report detailing the quality of the water for the previous year. The 2013 Annual Water Quality Report has been mailed out to all residents. This report is available by clicking here. Add a comment

ePermitting Training for Contractors

Baker City and Baker County are now offering online access to apply, pay for and receive building permits 24/7. This ePermitting system is available to all contractors working in these jurisdictions and provides:

  • Online access to apply, pay for and receive building permits 24/7
  • Automated inspection scheduling by phone or computer
  • Comprehensive permit tracking and data collection
  • Electronic plan submission and review.

Baker City and Baker County are partnering with the Oregon Building Codes Division to provide training for contractors on how to register for and use the ePermitting system. The training will be offered on Monday, June 30, 2014 from Noon to 1pm at the Baker City Hall Council Chambers 1655 1st Street, Baker City, OR 97814 (corner of 1st and Auburn)

We would like to extend an invitation to all contractors and their staff to attend this ePermitting training. Jerod Broadfoot from the Oregon Building Codes Division will be training on how to use the system. Mr. Broadfoot is the Divisions Training and Outreach Coordinator for ePermitting and will be available to contractors for assistance using the system. Contractors are encouraged to bring a laptop and a lunch to the training so they can work in the system during the presentation. The training will take one hour, but Mr. Broadfoot will be available after to work with contractors and staff to answer any questions.

Not able to attend in person? That’s OK. We are providing the availability to participate via computer through Go-to-Meeting. Simply click the following link to join the meeting from your mobile device, laptop or desktop computer:

1. Please join my meeting. 

2. Use your microphone and speakers (VoIP) - a headset is recommended. Or, call in using your telephone.   

 United States: +1 (619) 550-0008

Access Code: 911-419-685

Audio PIN: Shown after joining the meeting 

Meeting ID:911-419-685 

For any questions please contact Jerod Broadfoot via email at or via phone at 541-240-1256.

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