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    Pleasant Hill Spring Clean-Up

    If the spring has sprung from your old sofa, you’re in luck because Spring Cleanup is April 10th! Spring Cleanup in your community is an opportunity to get rid of unwanted trash that won’t fit in your garbage cart or may require a large item sticker. Read on...
  2. Community Input Opportunity

    Online Survey for Parks and Recreation

    The Parks and Recreation Department is asking residents to complete a short survey about a potential park development at 6010 E Oakwood Drive. We are seeking input about needs and ideas that will be used for decision-making and planning purposes. Read on...
  3. Pleasant Hill Marks Largest Construction Year with $60.5 Million in Total Added Valuation

    The Community Development Department issued a record-setting 218 new construction building permits totaling an estimated $60.5 million in new construction permits in 2020 – the largest private investment in the history of the City of Pleasant Hill. Read on...
  4. Updated COVID-19 Closures

    In response to the rapidly increasing COVID-19 numbers and hospitals reporting they are at capacity in Polk County, the Doanes Park Youth Center is closing beginning on Wed, Nov 18 and the Pleasant Hill Public Library is closing beginning on Fri, Nov 20. Read on...
  5. Pleasant Hill Audit Produces Clean Opinion

    On Tuesday, November 10, 2020, Robert Endriss, Audit Manager with Denman & Company presented the City of Pleasant Hill’s annual audit for the fiscal year 2020. The audit produced a clean opinion with no material weaknesses. Read on...
  6. Street Patching

    2020 Street Patching Project

    The 2020 Street Patching Project begins this week. The areas included this year are shown on the map. We have contracted Extreme Concrete, L.C. to complete this year’s project. Read on...
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