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Willamette River with view of Willamette Falls and boat in distance framed under the historic 1922 Arch Bridge

OREGON CITY

This historic community is a city of firsts. Oregon City was the first city west of the Mississippi, the location of the first long-distance power generation thanks to the mighty Willamette Falls and several other first that make it a fun and unique destination. That history is on display at the many museums and interpretive centers throughout the town. From the excellent shopping and dining along the town's award-winning main street, to the epic view offered by the Oregon City Municipal Elevator towering above, this city is a family-friendly community with character. 

City of Oregon City
 625 Center St, Oregon City 97045
503-657-0891
Oregon City Chamber of Commerce 
2895 S Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City 97045
503-656-1619
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