HERMISTON — The Livable Hermiston Committee is hosting an open house to gather in-person feedback from community members.

The event will be Wednesday, Jan. 13 from 4-6 p.m. in the Lanham Meeting Room at the Hermiston Public Library.

The committee has been tasked with creating a prioritized list of where Hermiston residents would most like to see the city spend money on making Hermiston a more livable place.

A survey of more than 2,000 residents revealed that residents would like to see the city spend money on a community activity center, an indoor aquatic center, an arts and culture facility, revitalizing downtown and expanding city parks and trails.

The committee encourages citizens to drop by at any time during the event for refreshments and a chat with committee members about their ideas for making Hermiston a more livable place.

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