Coos County, Oregon
|County Seat:|| Coquille |
|Founded:|| December 22, 1853 |
|Population:|| 62,779 |
Coos county was named after a local Indian tribe, the county is located
in the southwestern part of Oregon. The Bay is considered the best
natural harbor between San Francisco Bay and the Puget Sound. The port
is considered the largest shipper of forest products in the world.
Fishing and timber has been the mainstay of the counties economy. The
county is bordered by the Pacific ocean on the west, Curry County on
the south, and by Douglas County on the north and east.
Boating, Fishing and other activities abound through the county. There
are also several Parks, Beaches, and Recreation areas in the county.
county seat of Coquille was incorporated in 1885. It primarily a
farming and lumber community and was voted one of the 10 best small
towns in America.
City and Towns in the County
| Allegany || Charleston || Empire || Laurel Grove || Randolph |
| Arago || Coaledo || Englewood || Leneve || Remote |
| Bancroft || Coos Bay || Estabrook || Libby || Riverton |
| Bandon || Cooston || Fairview || McKinley || Saunders Lake |
| Barview || Coquille || Fourmile || Millington || Shorewood |
| Bay Park || Crown Point || Gaylord || Myrtle Point || Sitkum |
| Bridge || Dellwood || Glasgow || North Bend || Sumner |
| Broadbent || Delmar || Gravelford || Norway || Templeton |
| Bullards || Dew Valley || Green Acres || Parkersburg || Winterville |
| Bunker Hill || Dora || Hauser || Powers || |
| Cedar Point || Eastside || Lakeside || Prosper || |
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