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Current Consultations

Oregon’s Kitchen Table creates public consultations to allow Oregonians to weigh in on policy questions posed by elected officials and public managers. Oregon’s Kitchen Table has been used at the state, local and regional levels to gather feedback from a wide variety of Oregonians on a range of topics, including state budgeting priorities, county budgeting, kindergarten readiness, school boundaries, regional economic development priorities, and values and beliefs.

The City of La Pine wants to know how people who live in or visit La Pine often use downtown now and how they would like to use downtown in the future.   Oregon’s Kitchen Table will be hosting a public input survey online from January 19 – February 19, 2018 for people who live in or around La Pine or are visitors to La Pine to share their thoughts on downtown.

Also, the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) and the City just bought a vacant lot where Highway 97, 4th Street, and Huntington Road meet.  That property must be used in some way for public transportation for the City.  But we can use that space for more things like food, greenspace, or other kinds of uses.  The survey will also collect what the public would like to see there.

The City wants to hear what hopes you have for downtown La Pine as a whole and for this lot.  But, reaching that vision will take all of us. We need as many people as possible who live in and around La Pine to share your opinions.  So please fill out this survey at We value your opinion!

View results from past consultations.