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Making a Life Here

Port Orford is a unique place to live - an authentic small town with no strip malls, no fast food, no stop lights. Life here feels slower and more relaxed than elsewhere. Partly that is due to our size, with only 1200 people; partly to our natural environment. We still have large undeveloped areas where you can hike and never see another person for hours.

And to us, a traffic jam is two cars waiting to turn left at a stop sign.

Photo courtesy of Lois Miller

People who live here
describe Port Orford:

• Unspoiled
• Openhearted
• Beautiful
• Natural setting
• Isolated
• Close to forest & ocean
• Sense of a real
port town
(Source: Looking to the Future,
2006 City of Port Orford
Comprehensive Planning Report)


Public School District: Port Orford-Langlois School District 2J

2CJ School District consists of three schools: Driftwood Elementary School located in Port Orford, Blanco School located in Langlois and Pacific High School located halfway between Port Orford and Langlois. Approximately five hundred students are enrolled in grades K-12.

Financial Institutions

Commercial Banks: 1 Savings and Loans: 0 Credit Unions: 1




Hunting and Fishing Licenses - contact Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, PO Box 59, Portland, OR 97207, licenses/tags/permits 503–872–5275.

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555 W. 20th St
PO Box 310
Port Orford, OR 97465
877.281.5307 FX
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