City of Jefferson

Incorporated 1870
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Looking to Pay Your Water Bill?

We offer ONLINE BILL PAY AND PAPERLESS BILLING!  Visit to sign up.  You will need your full account number. In addition, payments can be dropped off at the drive-up drop box located in the City Hall parking lot or called in over the phone using a credit/debit card for no additional fee.  If none of those options appeal to you, we are always happy to take your payment in person too!

About Us

City Hall normal hours of operation are 8:30 AM until 5 PM Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. City Hall is closed for lunch from 1:00 PM until 1:30 PM.

Notice of Receipt of Ballot Title

Please click here to view the notice that the City Elections Official of the City of Jefferson has received a ballot title related to temporarily prohibiting psilocybin-related businesses.

Planning Commission Vacancy

The City of Jefferson is accepting applications to fill two vacancy’s on the Planning Commission, with terms ending 12/31/2022. If you are interested, please submit a City Volunteer Application to City Hall @ 150 N 2nd St., via email to, or drop it in
the secure payment drop box in the parking lot. Volunteer applications are
available at City Hall and can also be found on the City’s website,, under the community information tab, or by
request to the email address above.

Click HERE to view the flyer.

Need Help Paying Your Water bill?

The City of Jefferson has partnered with the Mid-Willamette Valley Community Action Agency (MWVCAA) to bring a low-income water and waste water assistance program to our community. This program is temporary and funded by the Consolidated Appropriations and American Rescue Plan Acts of 2021. For more information and the income requirements, check out the Utility Department tab or click HERE.

Mt Angel Unwanted Pesticide Collection Event

The Pesticide Stewardship Partnership
(PSP) Program is a multi-agency program.
The PSP is funded equally by pesticide
registration fees collected by ODA,
and general funding from the Oregon
legislature. Its primary focus is to reduce
the concentration of pesticides in surface
waters through voluntary educational and
technical support efforts.
You Can dispose of you unwanted Pesticides for free. Just fill out the application below and submit it to the address on the form by October 3rd.


Informational Brochure

Service Line Protection Program Available NOW!

If you’ve ever had a water line break on your property, you likely understand the importance of this new program! Most people don’t realize a broken water/sewer line on their property is their responsibility and most often isn’t covered by homeowner’s insurance. The City is partnered with Service Line Warranties of America, who offers inexpensive plans to protect you from the headache and expense of a broken water or sewer line on your property. It’s like an insurance policy, and like any other, you never know when you might need it. More information can be found HERE and HERE, in addition to mailers that have gone out.

Transportation System Plan (TSP)

We are updating our 20 year old TSP!

Visit to learn about the project and review the information gathered so far. 

2021 Anual Crime Statistics

Click here to read the annual report on Jeffersons crime statistics. 

1st Quarter Newsletter

Check out our quarterly newsletter, which will be included in water bills, on the City’s Facebook page, and HERE.

Join Nxle to Stay Informed

Sign up for the City’s alert and notification system, Nixle! Text your ZIPCODE to 888777 and you’re in, just like that!  Or visit and register.  It’s a great way to stay informed and it’s FREE!


The Jefferson Municipal Court is held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. This court typically handles traffic offenses committed within the city limits of Jefferson.


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Jefferson, first known as Conser’s Ferry, was informally established in 1851. It is situated on the north bank of the Santiam River, one mile below the junction of the north and south forks of the river, and nine miles above the confluence with the Willamette River.