|| Drain Oregon is a historic northwest timber community first settled in 1847. The city was incorporated in 1888, and John Drain was the first mayor. Located 8 miles west of Interstate 5, halfway between Roseburg and Eugene. Drain provides a major access to the Oregon coast on scenic State Highway 38.
| Victorian houses, covered bridges, scenic highways and community activities provide many attractions for tourists. Affordable housing, low tax rates in Douglas County and a low cost of living make Drain one of the most desirable retirement communities in Oregon.
|With a stable population of 1,100 over the past 60 years, a rural lifestyle awaits you. Population 2010 = 1,151. The University of Oregon, shopping malls and urban events are less than one hour away. Drain provides many opportunities for business relocation. Close interstate access. Interesting fact: The last California Condor sighting in Oregon was in Drain in 1904.
City of Drain: P. O. Box 158; Drain, OR 97435 City of Drain Website
Drain Library: 205 West A, Drain, OR 97435
Yoncalla Library: 281 Front, Yoncalla, OR 97499
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