Polk County, Oregon
|County Seat:|| Dallas|
|Founded:|| December 22, 1845|
Named for James Knox Polk, the 11th president of the United States, the County is bordered by Yamhill County to the north, Marion County to the east, Benton County to the south, with Lincoln County to the west.
wineries and vineyards can be found throughout the County. There are
several covered bridges to be found while traveling the back roads of
The major industries of the county are agriculture,
forest products, manufacturing, and education. Western Oregon
University is located in town of Monmouth.
Cities and Towns in the County
|Black Rock||Eola||McCoy||Suver |
|Bridgeport||Falls City||Modeville||Valley Junction |
|Broadmead||Fir Villa||Monmouth||West Salem|
|Brush College||Grand Ronde||Oakdale||Zena|
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