Named for President Abraham Lincoln, Lincoln County was created by the Oregon Legislature in 1893 from Benton and Polk counties. The county is 992 square miles in size and contains the Siletz Indian Reservation. The county seat is Newport. Lincoln County is part of the Central Oregon Coast region.
Visitor information on Lincoln County, stretching 60 miles along the coast. Includes member directory, lodging, recreation, activities, FAQs, tides and links.
Shelter hours, news, adoption fees, and photos of pets up for adoption.
Provides county-wide law enforcement and jail services. Includes divisions, services, media releases, tips of the week, history, staff profiles and contact information.
Provides information on county government departments and offices. Includes business resources, county code, board agenda and contact information.
Resources for researchers in genealogy and family history. Contains queries, surnames, vital records, a list of lookup volunteers, obituaries, a list of cemeteries, pictures and maps.
Coordinates emergency services, response, and recovery during natural or man-made disasters throughout the county. Includes new bulletins, weather, road, flood, earthquake, and tsunami conditions, radio specialists program and links.
Owner of five radio stations on the central Oregon coast including KBCH AM and KCRF FM in Lincoln City and KNPT AM, KYTE FM, and U92 FM in Newport. Includes company history, station profiles, staff, photos, news and weather, and resource links.
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