Welcome to Mt. Angel

Welcome to Mt. Angel, Oregon, a wonderful place to visit! Nestled between farmland and foothills, Mt. Angel is located 18 miles northeast of Salem on Highway 214. This little town, founded in the late 1800s by German settlers, has an Old World flavor which is heightened by the many Bavarian style storefronts and the beautiful Benedictine Abbey. Mt. Angel celebrates its German heritage each year during the Oktoberfest, one of Oregon's largest festivals. More than 300,000 people attend the four-day event, which has been held in Mt. Angel for more than 40 years.

For more on the history of Mt. Angel, visit the Mt. Angel Historical Society's website http://www.mtangelhistory.org/.
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July 8, 2016
Council selects finalists for the position of City Manager.
The four finalists for the position of Mt. Angel City Manager will come to the area Friday and Saturday of next week, July 15th and 16th, to meet the City Council, staff, and other community leaders, as well as the general public, to make their case why they deserve to be the City's next Manager.
The Council narrowed the list of candidates to five following preliminary telephone interviews with eight candidates. One of the finalists has since withdrawn from consideration. The list of finalists are as follows:

Steve Dahl, most recently the City Manager of Phoenix, Oregon for three years, holds a Master's Degree in Management from Atkinson Graduate School of Management at Willamette University;
Steven Hasson, currently the City Administrator/Treasurer for the City of North Bonneville, Washington for three years, holds a Master's Degrees in Public Administration from Boise State University and a Master's in Business Administration from Xavier University;
Zoe Monahan, currently a Management Analyst II for the City of Tualatin, Oregon for two years, holds a Master's Degree in Public Administration with a specialization in Local Government Management from Portland State University; and
Richard Riggs, most recently the Assistant Director/Legislative Coordinator with the State of Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries for one year, holds a Juris Doctorate from Willamette University College of Law.
Candidates will be taken on a tour of the City and meet staff on Friday afternoon, July 15th, and will be available at an informal, public meet-and-greet reception Friday evening from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. at the Mt. Angel Community Room, 290 E. Charles Street. Citizens are encouraged to attend to meet with the applicants one-on-one and ask them questions.

On July 16th the Mt. Angel City Council will conduct interviews with each of the candidates and hope to make a final selection immediately following the conclusion of the interviews.

CONTACT: Justin Hogue Assistant to the City Manager jhogue@ci.mt-angel.or.us (503) 845-9291 The Mt. Angel City










City of Mt. Angel for City Hall
Silverton Health
Mt. Angel Telephone
Mt. Angel Chiropractic
Bochsler Hardware
Mount Angel Abbey
Unger Funeral Chapel
Mt. Angel Community/Senior Center
Butsch Insurance
Edelweiss Village
Napa - Mt. Angel Auto Parts
Mary Kohler
4B Farms
Leona's Bakery and Café
Tiny's Tavern  
Main Street Garage

Woodburn Nursery
Consolidated Business Services
Highland Lab
Ray/Patty Eder -KJ Farms
St. Mary Parish
Paul Brakeman
Grant Company
Old Stone Collectibles
Mt. Angel 76
  US Bank
  Pepsi NW
  Glockenspiel Restaurant
  Shiloh Water Systems
Mt. Angel Towers
  Mt. Angel Publishing

Ann Kraemer
GEM Equipment of Oregon, Inc.
Ken and Marie Fessler
Pat Buchheit in memory of Margaret Hoffer



Festival Dates: Sept 15-18, 2016
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The Mt. Angel Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring the Mt. Angel Hazelnut Festival Dec. 3 - 4, 2016

FEBRUARY 24 - 25 2017


Old Stone Coffee
4B Farms
Mary Kohler
Highland Labs
KJ Farms
Randall Adams
Woodburn Nursery
Mt. Angel Telephone




Mt. Angel Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 221
Mt. Angel, OR 97362
Telephone: 503.845.9440
Website: http://mtangelchamber.com