Harney County-The Official Site
Welcome to the official Harney County Government website. This site is dedicated to providing the public the best information possible in detailing the many products and services of the Harney County Government. Each department is represented as well as a wide variety of pertinent links. Please let us know if there is something that you cannot find. Updates are made often and checking back from time to time is advisable. Harney County is located in southeastern Oregon and is the largest county in the State of Oregon. The County has a diverse landscape with forests, sagebrush lakes, streams desert and mountains. Harney County is open for business, travel, exploration, outdoor adventure, and recreation. We hope your stay in Harney County either physically or as a visitor to this site is enjoyable.
Go to this link to report drought conditions in Harney County and their impact on you http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/Home.aspx
CURRENT EVENTS, INFORMATION AND LINKS:
- Harney County Court Agenda for February 15, 2017
- The Goal 5 Current Information:
- Public Safety Interoperable Communications Assessment
- September 19, 2016, Burning Ban Lifted
- Visit the Goal 5 webpage with links and info about Harney County's Goal 5 Project
- 2017-2020 Senior Center Harney County Area Plan: This is the final Area Plan for the Harney County Senior and Community Center.
- History of Harney County Government
- Budget Meeting Public Notice
- Harney County's new page here on the website: Public Land Issues and Resources
- Harney County Approved Budget for 2015-2016
- Public Notice: Real property for sale in Harney County. Follow this link for more information and the Land Sale Policy.
- Follow this link to download the Google Earth file incorporating these land parcels. Google Earth must be installed on your computer to view this file.
- DRAFT Private Public Road Map
- County Burn Plan and Burn Permit. This Burn Plan is required prior to issuing a Burning Permit for all burning in Harney County. Exception: Small debris piles and burn barrels, within reach of an attached and charged garden hose, do not need a Burn Plan but still need a burning permit issued by the County. This Burn Plan is designed to assist the landowner in safely using fire to meet their land management objectives and reduce the threat to life and property. Landowner must notify Harney County Dispatch, 541-573-6028, prior to burning, on day of burning.
- INTERACTIVE TAX LOT MAP APPLICATION: Follow this link to use Harney County's new GIS mapping application online. Create your own maps.
- Interactive County Map
- Interactive Land Use Map
- Interactive Survey Data and Documents Map
- Interactive Cemetery Map
- Interactive Water Map
- Submit your photos of Harney County to be used as background and slide show images on this site by emailing them to the webmaster. The County will give you a photo credit for images used within the website.