Weston, Oregon — Gateway to the Beautiful Blue Mountains!
Situated along the banks of Pine Creek, Weston, Oregon is the second oldest town in Umatilla County.
The historic town is nestled at the foot of Weston Mountain and lies in the heart of the county’s farming community.
Founded in 1865, the City of Weston, Oregon was incorporated on October 19, 1878 and can claim to be the oldest city in Umatilla County that has not been renamed or relocated.
Umatilla Landing was the first to be incorporated in the county but was renamed and relocated. Weston was the second city to be incorporated in Umatilla County, followed by Pendleton in 1880.
From the view on top of Weston Mountain overlooking the Walla Walla Valley, to the commanding view of the Blue Mountains, Weston continues to offer the true Oregon Trail Pioneer hospitality to its visitors.
This site is a community-wide project to provide online visitors an opportunity to learn more about the Weston, Oregon Community. We hope that you enjoy your visit!
Check below for important notices!
Weston-McEwen Lions Club Yard Sale
Labor Day weekend
Saturday, Sunday and Monday
Located at 702 NE Water street
(directly across from Smith’s)
Spout Springs Ski Area has a new website!!
Be sure to keep checking back as they prepare for
the 2014-2015 Skiing Season!
The City of Weston’s website is online!
The City of Weston Newsletter can now
be found on the city’s new website!
EUCHD Board of Directors Meeting
Tuesday, June 17, 2014 at 7:00pm
431 East Main Street
Click Here for Agenda
East Umatilla County Health District- Medic 400
The District encourages everyone to obtain a Life Flight membership. For $60 a year it covers your household and is well worth it. The chances of needing a critical care flight have risen with the new Medicare and Medicaid rules that took effect January 1, 2014. Please contact our office at 566-3813 to request a brochure or go to lifeflight network.org
The Umatilla Morrow Parenting Education Collaborative is funded by a grant from the Oregon Community Foundation “Ready to Learn” Program Initiative. Our partners include Umatilla Morrow Head Start, Oregon Department of Human Services/Self-Sufficiency and Child Welfare, Intermountain Education Service District, Umatilla and Morrow Commissions on Children and Families, Blue Mountain Community College, Morrow and Umatilla County Public Health Departments, Oregon State University Extension Services, Pioneer Relief Nursery, Good Shepard Health Care System, Oregon Child Development Coalition and Greater Oregon Behavioral Health, Inc.
for more information contact:
MARY LOU GUTIERREZ
110 NE 4TH STREET
HERMISTON, OR 97838
Letter Regarding Ambulance Service Will Continue
CLICK HERE for Letter