Updates regarding  City Operations during the COVID 19 event
Traffic Court resumed Monday, Wednesday and Friday, beginning June 15, 2020. Traffic Court will be held in the Council Chamber to allow for social distancing. The front doors of City Hall will be open from 8:00 am to 8:45 am for TRAFFIC COURT ONLY.  Those coming to Traffic Court must wear a mask.  No Public Restrooms.

Please see Press Release for more information on Phase 2 Operations

Public Records Request may be delayed during the pandemic.  Click here for the Press Release.

City Meetings are being held VIA ZOOM and Can be viewed on the City’s website. 
 

Take Me Home Project

Take Me Home Project

The Take Me Home Project is a photo-based database maintained locally by The Dalles City Police. The project was created by the Autism Society in co-operation with the Pensacola Police Department.

Here in The Dalles, our local database is designed to assist officers during contacts with Adult/Minor members of the community who have conditions such as Autism, Dementia, Alzheimer's, Down Syndrome, or any children who have a habbit of wandering away from the home.

The program aids Law Enforcement in reuniting these members of the community with their emergency contacts by allowing immediate access to critical information concerning the enrolled individual.

Information in the database includes photographs, emergency contact information, physical description, known routines and special needs of the enrolled individual. Enrollment in the program is voluntary. Only law enforcement personnel have access to the database.

All information is kept confidential and enrollment can be withdrawn at any time.

Name of person you are registering
Name person most likely responds to
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