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Local Government Transparency

Local Government and Special Government Bodies

HB 2370 passed during the 2013 Legislative session, required the Department of Administrative Services (DAS) to create a new page on the Transparency website. 

This webpage provides links to websites established by local government (as defined in ORS 174.116) and; Special government bodies (as defined in ORS 174.117) for the purpose of providing transparency in the revenues, expenditures and budgets of the public bodies. 

DAS will include additional links on this webpage, upon receiving a request from a public body. The Transparency Oregon Advisory Commission may also recommend links to include on this page.

Local government: as defined in ORS 174.116

Special government bodies: as defined in ORS 174.117

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City Government Transparency

League of Oregon Cities (LOC)

The following section contains a series of hyperlinks to information on the 25 most populous cities in Oregon (according to the 2010 Census).   

LOC City Directory

City Website
City Budget
Other Links
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County Lottery Funds - Expenditure Reports

The Oregon Legislature passed House Bill 3188 during the 2011 Legislative Session. This Bill requires that each of the 36 Oregon Counties report on a variety of expenditure information, related to the use of Lottery Funds for the purpose of economic development. In previous years, a text based PDF styled report was posted, but was not machine readable for ease of use.

A composite report that includes data and information in a machine readable format from all 36 Counties, for 2015 and 2016 is provide below.

There are two viewing options: the List View option - best for browsing the data; the Table View option - best for downloading and working with the data. Both options are downloadable and machine readable.

Oregon County Expenditures of State Lottery Funds: Composite Report 2015-2016
List View   (best for browsing the data)

Table View   (best for downloading data)

How to Access the Data: Click on either of the report links above and a new window will open and redirect you to the dataset. You'll be able to use a wide range of tools to then visualize, filter, create graphs, or download the data.

For questions about this report, please contact Mckenzie Farrell, Member Services and Communications Manager for Association of Oregon Counties.

More information is available at Oregon Lottery Expenditure Report.