Cost & Funding

This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity for Mosier to create a community building. We have worked hard to make sure it will cover our needs for the next 100 years and beyond.  

We have already gathered $3.75 million of funding from a State grant and the settlement from the UPRR derailment.

Based on the strong advice of elected State legislators, we have designed a multi-use building that serves many groups and needs. Because we have had a serious process of public engagement, we have created a solution that accommodates these different desires along with a view of the long-term costs and impact to the town.

Mosier Center Committee feels strongly that it has to deliver to the community a “building of value.”

We will be reaching out to multiple grant sources to help complete the funding of the building. Local fundraising is an important step in this process. Philanthropic foundations need to see that our community supports this new building and they will then match our generosity.

We ask you to give a meaningful donation to help make the Mosier Center a reality. Large or small, it is all meaningful to us.

Our goal is to secure as many donations from Mosier residents and from the many friends of Mosier. Most importantly, we want to say, every person gave to this new center — a truly community effort that belongs to everyone.


A Special Place to Gather

P.O. Box 456
208 Washington Street 
Mosier, OR 97040
Phone: 541.478.3505     Fax: 541.478.3810