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Building a Better Bend

Over the years, as an entrepreneur, Bill heard many people say, “I could choose to live anywhere and I chose Bend.”  Bill wants Bend to stay that way – for us and for our children.  To keep the Bend we love, we need leadership. 

Leaders bring people together by listening and finding ways forward. Bill solves problems by finding common ground.  Avoiding the label of a growth-war partisan, Bill brings people together to find practical solutions that meet our needs. 

Many challenges, like services for the homeless and mentally ill, improve by encouraging cooperation and planning among existing entities. Collaborating on communitywide problems also relieves pressure and overtime costs on Bend’s police and medic crews.

When difficult choices need to be made, Bill applies his strategic thinking skills that successfully grew his software business to more than 60 local employees over the last 20 years.  With leadership, Bill harnesses the collective abilities of Bend’s people, businesses and nonprofits to keep and sustain the Bend we love.

Bill enjoys maintaining a dialog with the residents of Bend. Like his Facebook page to join the conversation; see the Facebook link on the Home page.


  • Restructuring the council to provide stronger, stable leadership
  • Collaborating with residents, businesses and nonprofits in the decisions that impact Bend
  • Strategic planning focused on tangible, long-term results

More on Strategic Leadership

Bill meets with Summit West Neighborhood Association
Bill met with and spoke at the Summit West Neighborhood Association meeting. He enjoyed seeing everyone!
May 24, 2018

Bill & Council vote yes on Neighborhood Leadership Alliance ordinance
The Council voted to approve an ordinance making text amendments to the Bend Municipal Code to add the Neighborhood Leadership Alliance, an Advisory Committee. The ordinance gives neighbors a voice on issues, like transportation safety, noise and other livability issues.
May 16, 2018

Bill asks BPRD to help with Mirror Pond
Bill attended a joint meeting with Council and Bend Parks and Recreation District regarding the future of Mirror Pond. He asked BPRD to do their fair share related to Mirror Pond.

Bill extends his congratulations to the Summit West Neighborhood Association
Bill attended the inaugural meeting for the newly formed Summit West Neighborhood Association.
May 2018

Bill attends Septic to Sewer meeting
Bill attended a staff meeting to discuss the issue of septic to sewer, including the cost of the project. Depending on what the city chooses, the project could cost up to $150 million.
May 2018

Bill asks Parks to act like good community stewards
Bill attended the joint meeting of the Council and the Bend Parks and Recreation District. He asked the BPRD to act as good community stewards in the following areas:

  • Addressing parking at parks
  • Affordable housing waivers
  • Responsibilities with Mirror Pond

May10, 2018

Bill attends prayer breakfast for area leaders
Bill met with area leaders for an annual prayer breakfast. He appreciated the invitation, as well as receiving the prayers for elected leaders.
March 30,2018

Bill against increasing councilor pay
The Council discussed an ordinance related to increasing pay for councilors and the mayor. He voted against the ordinance. He sees serving on Council as a civic duty.
March 21, 2018

Bill supports an elected mayor

Bill votes to accept the Charter Review Committee recommendation regarding an elected mayor and to direct staff to prepare a resolution for consideration.
December 22, 2017

Bill uses Facebook to create dialog with public
On a regular basis, Bill posts news and information to his Facebook page, Bill Moseley Bend City Councilor. Like his page to receive regular updates and to add your input!

Bill advocates for Manager Evaluation
Bill advocated for a manager evaluation focused on measureable results; other councilors, however, voted to evaluate the manager not on the results they produce, but on other points, like whether they get along with staff and more.
December 5, 2017

Bill pushes for and gets accepted new Council rules.
Bill argues for an ordinance to create new Council rules. The Council accepts his proposal.
November 15, 2017

Bill opposes adopting goals at City Council meeting
Bill took a stance against the council goals because the process used to develop them will likely mean that the Council does not agree on their meaning. Bill sees the goals as not measureable and not likely to be accomplished.
May 17, 2017 

Bill meets with new Council Rules subcommittee
Bill met with the Council Rules subcommittee, the subcommittee he argued for in January, to start the process of improving Bend’s strategic planning process. 
May 10, 2017

Bill meets with the budget committee and approves Bend's budget
Bill met with the budget committee and approved Bend’s budget – nearly $700 million for the two years beginning in July. Bill argued for and the committee adopted: reallocating funds to Empire and Murphy road extensions; funding a second UGB expansion area to build homes to meet demand; and the largest road maintenance budget in Bend’s history.
May 9, 10 and 11, 2017

The Council approves Bill's motion asking the Bend Economic Development Advisory Board (BEDAB) for input on tourism reserve fund policies.
May 3, 2017

Bill attends fundraiser for Boy Scouts with Brad Tilden, CEO of Alaska Airlines.
May 2, 2017

Bill discusses local politics with Bend Bulletin--"always interesting."
May 2, 2017

Bill attends a community leader’s prayer breakfast at the Boys and Girls Club
April 14

Councilor Office Hours
April 12
Bill met with about 15 residents on trees, growth, road, housing, drug treatment and more. 

Bill met with members of the Riverwest Neighborhood Association (RWNA) and discussed the group’s proposed noise ordinance.
February 2017

Bill asked for a Council presentation on the large IT replacement.
February 2017

Bill observed a contract review session for the sewage project.
February 2017

Bill submitted a resolution creating a special committee on council rules to bring the city order, alignment and strategic focus.
January 18, 2017




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