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Effective August 11, 2017, the City of Dayton has updated the 

Water Restriction Notice - Grade 2 Water Crisis 

Outdoor Water Prohibited with Exceptions

Please see Notice shown below for additional information.  

If you have questions or concerns, please contact City Hall at 503-864-2221

or cityofdayton@ci.dayton.or.us.

Exceptions:

Watering garden vegetables, plants, shrubbery, groundcover, vegetation and trees is currently allowed under the Grade 2 Water Restrictions.   Allowed watering times are before 10:00 am and after 6:00 pm.                            

 

Note from Dayton School Superintendent, Jason Hay:

Water Restriction and Sports Fields - The Dayton School District is cooperating and complying with the City's Outdoor Watering Restriction, however we want to inform our community that we are utilizing our own district wells to water our fall sports practice field on the Jr. High/High School campus.  The field needs to be watered to soften it to prevent injuries to our student athletes.  As we near the start of the school year, we also may begin watering the playfield behind the Grade School.  In an effort to share in the community sacrifice and to preserve our resources, we will not be utilizing our district well water for any other watering (lawns in front of schools, other fields, etc.).  Thank you for your understanding.  OUr first priority will always be the safety of our kids.  Our kids, our future.

Welcome to Dayton, Oregon

The City of Dayton is located in the heart of the beautiful Willamette Valley.  It is situated just off Hwy 18 between McMinnville and Newberg and is centrally located 55 miles from the Pacific Ocean, 24 miles from the State Capital and 60 miles from Mt Hood. 

Rich in history, Dayton was founded in 1850 by General Joel Palmer and Andrew Smith. Incorporated in 1880, the history of Dayton dates back to Oregon's beginning.  The current population is 2635.

Dayton was the first city in the State of Oregon to be designated as a national historic resource.  The numerous homes and buildings on the National Historic Register are easily viewed on a walking tour within the city. For walking tour brochures contact the City of Dayton at (503) 864-2221 or stop by City Hall at 416 Ferry Street, Dayton Oregon, Monday thru Friday from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

News and Announcements

Dayton City Council

Next City Council Meeting:  Tuesday, September 5, 2017, 6:30 p.m., Dayton City Hall Annex located at 408 Ferry Street, Dayton Oregon.  Meeting Agendas and Packets will be posted here the Thursday prior to the meeting.

What's New?

 

Park Calendars - Check availability for your event!

Community Calendar

Select a highlighted date to see events for that day.

Free Wi-fi at

Courthouse Square Park

As a part of the Dayton Friday Nights summer event series, Online Northwest is providing wi-fi free of charge as a part of their commitment to the Dayton Community.  The park Wi-Fi will be listed as "Dayton Park Wifi."

NOTICE OF SMOKE TESTING

Dayton Public Works will be conducting smoke testing in Dayton on Tuesday and Wednesday August 15th & 16th.  For more information:  click here

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