Special Notices:


Our 2017
Annual Dinner
to honor our local Fire & Ambulance volunteers
is April 15th!!!!

Click HERE to see photos and read all about it


Click HERE for a lovely new video about bicycling our Old West Scenic Bikeway!


Grant County rated #1 Best Bang for Their Buck in taxes, schools and crime for 2016


2013 national study shows that Grant County is Oregon's healthiest county


Click HERE to view a new video of a drive around town


Community Health Clinic

with Family Nurse Practitioner
Shawna Clark

9 - 11:30 am
2nd & 4th Wednesday
of each month
at City Hall

For more info, contact:
Strawberry Wilderness
575-0404


Commercial Lot
Now Available

Click HERE
for information


To be included on our website, click HERE


Demographics

2010 U.S. Census - Population: 222 wonderful folks live here!

We've been told that it works out to these numbers: 92% white, 5% American Indian, 3% Hispanic. 75% white-collar, 25% blue-collar. There are 102 households in town. Average age is 46 years old. Average Household Income is $52,400 per year.

Historically: At the 1900 census the city recorded 123 residents. Long Creek fell to 86 people in 1910, and then rebounded to 148 at 1920's census. After dipping to 139 people in 1930, the city saw steady population growth for several decades with population numbers of 238 in 1940, 288 in 1950, and topping out at 295 residents in 1960. By 1970 the city had fallen to 196 people, and then grew back to 252 people in 1980, before dropping to 249 citizens at the 1990 census. As of the census of 2000, there were 228 people.

Geography: The city of Long Creek has a total area of 1.0 square mile.

 

Check out the following links for more information on Long Creek:

Long Creek Community Profile

Long Creek Wiki

OregonEncyclopedia.org

Oregon Blue Book

Grant County Chamber of Commerce

FB link