Colder temperatures have arrived and it’s feeling more and more like winter! Are you ready for the next time it snows?
We have you covered with the latest episode of Inside Bend where we chat with Transportation and Mobility Director David Abbas to learn more about how streets crews are preparing for winter and what you can do to be prepared.
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Responding to Cardiac Events with Bend Fire and Rescue EMS Training Captain Petar Hossick:
20:57February is Heart Health Month, so we sat down with EMS Training Captain Petar Hossick to learn more about how Bend Fire and Rescue is working hard to respond to community members experiencing a cardiac event as quickly and efficiently as possible. He also offers some great tips on how you can help save a life!
Understanding the Transportation Fee with Senior Policy Analyst Sarah Hutson
18:22This month on the Inside Bend Podcast, we want to discuss the Transportation Fee. Joining us is Sarah Hutson who is the project manager of the Transportation Fee. Our transportation system is a public investment that needs regular maintenance to ensure mobility, public safety, economic activity and quality of life. On this episode, you learn more about how the Transportation Fee came to be, what it will pay for and why it’s important that we implement it to sustain and improve our level of service for Bend Streets.
Preparing for Winter with Transportation and Mobility Director David Abbas
19:08Colder temperatures have arrived and it’s feeling more and more like winter! Are you ready for the next time it snows? We have you covered with the latest episode of Inside Bend where we chat with Transportation and Mobility Director David Abbas to learn more about how streets crews are preparing for winter and what you can do to be prepared.
The Accessibility Program with Accessibility and Equity Manager Cassandra Kehoe
17:52What does Accessibility mean to you? This month on the Inside Bend Podcast we dive into that question with our Accessibility and Equity Manager Cassandra Kehoe. She explains what her role is and how she’s working to make sure everyone in the community has access to the resources and information they need.
Emergency Preparedness with Director of Emergency Management Carrie Karl
20:10September is National Preparedness Month, so that begs the question: Are you prepared for an emergency? This month’s episode of the Inside Bend Podcast will focus on just that as we talk to our Director of Emergency Management Carrie Karl. She explains what her role is and how is helping to make sure the community is in the best position possible if a disaster were to happen. She also has some great tips on what you can do to be prepared in an emergency.
Understanding Cyber Security with Information Security Manager Adam Young
16:48On today’s episode, we’re learning more about a topic that is becoming increasingly important: Cyber security. The City’s Information Security Manager Adam Young joins us to explain what the City’s doing to keep online data and information safe. He dives into the types of bad actors the City’s trying to combat and explains how the City’s being proactive in order to stop the hackers.
Revisiting Wildfire Resiliency with Bend Fire and Rescue Deputy Chief Trish Connolly
16:22The Inside Bend podcast is turning two! Our very first ever podcast came out in July of 2021 and the topic we covered then is just as important today: Wildfire Safety. So, we’re doing a revisit of that podcast. In it, you will hear from Bend Fire and Rescue Deputy Chief Trish Connolly as she gives some great tips on what you can do to help protect your home and the rest of the community from wildfire.
Celebrating Public Works with Utilities Program Manager Dan Denning, EIPD Engineering Associate Carrie Theus and Street Supervisor Paul Neiswonger
30:29For this episode of the ‘Inside Bend’ podcast we wanted to honor the great work that the public works department does for the community! From designing and maintaining roadways to maintaining our water systems, the public works team is at the core of the services that are provided by the City and are the people that keep everything running. On this episode you’ll hear from three staff members who each play a vital role in our community. Dan Denning from the Utility Department talks water conservation and even gives some great tips on how you might be able to save some money. Carrie Theus from the Engineering and Infrastructure Planning Department will explain more about the Olney Pedestrian and Bicycle Improvements Project which aims to give more people more options to get around town. And finally, Paul Neiswonger in the Transportation and Mobility Department dives into the Street Preservation Program and why it’s so important for keeping our good roads good
Diving into the Public Safety Survey with Bend Police Communications Manager Sheila Miller
21:44Recently the Bend Police Department released the results of the 2023 Police Survey which gauges community feedback on trust and safety. We decided to take a closer look at what the survey found with Bend Police Communications Manager Sheila Miller as she explains the results of the survey. We discuss what the department is doing well and what they are looking to improve upon.
Understanding the City Budget with Finance Director Janette Townsend
21:04It’s that time of the year where the City sets its budget for the coming two years! Finance Director Janette Townsend is the guest on the podcast this month as she is here to break down the City budget and explain exactly how and what City funds can be spent on.