Link for our 2 Weeks Ready survey to help us better plan for natural disasters.
Bandon Crossings is a golf course designed around the natural contours of sand dunes, over streams and into open coast forest.
87530 Dew Valley Lane, Bandon OR 97411
Bandon Dunes Golf Resort is a internationally known destination that offers five distinctly different courses, a pro shop, lodge and restaurant, cabins, and a pub featuring breathtaking views of the ocean, forest, and dunes.
57744 Round Lake Drive, Bandon, OR 97411
The Chamber provides a vital link between the cities, state and businesses, and acts as the promoting entity for community spirit within the Bay Area. Some of the programs available through the Chamber include monthly business after hours, monthly newsletter, educational seminars, ribbon‐cutting
events for new businesses, weekly lunch forums, and link to the Chamber’s website.
145 Central Avenue, Coos Bay OR 97420
The Bay Area Hospital is a 172‐bed publicly owned care facility. The largest hospital on the Oregon Coast, BAH serves as a regional referral center.
1775 Thompson Road, Coos Bay OR 97420
The Boys & Girls Club of Southwestern Oregon is dedicated to assisting all youth to achieve their fullest potential by enhancing their self-esteem, providing positive role models, and by helping them develop the qualities needed to become caring, productive, responsible citizens. An after-school drop-in Youth Center (grades 1-6) and Teen Center (grades 7-12) provide arts & crafts, technology, a gymnasium, a central games room with pool, foosball, and bumper pool, access to tennis, and a learning center with educational enrichment programs.
3333 Walnut Avenue, Coos Bay, OR 97420
The Building Codes Division (BCD) provides code development, administration, inspection, plan review, licensing, and permit services to the construction industry. These are integral to the safe and effective construction of structures in Oregon. All electrical and plumbing permits are issued by the BCD. The Coos Bay Field Office is conveniently located inside Coos Bay City Hall, just down the hall from Coos Bay's Building Department.
500 Central Avenue, Suite 135, Coos Bay OR 97420
The Business Development Center is operated by the Oregon International Port of Coos Bay and Southwestern Oregon Community College. The Center assists new and existing businesses, small business management program, workshops, and offers free, confidential business counseling. The Center is utilized as a business incubator for those who are striving to start their own business or need assistance in taking their business to the next level.
2455 Maple Leaf, North Bend OR 97459
Business Oregon is the state's economic development agency and serves both the business and infrastructure needs across the state. Business Oregon works to create, retain, expand, and attract businesses. The Coos Bay office of provides information and assistance to local business owners with the State’s economic development programs as well as offering counseling, market research, and evaluation of international partners and other services to help companies develop and expand their products and services in key overseas markets.
145 Central Avenue, Coos Bay OR 97420
Visit the Coos Bay Fire Department's Facebook pages to keep up with department activities.
The Coos Art Museum has been the cultural hub of Oregon’s scenic South Coast since 1950. The Museum houses the large Maggie Karl Gallery, the Perkins Room Gallery and the Alcove Gallery along with the Rental/Sales Gallery on the main floor. On the 2nd floor, via either the Art Deco staircase or the ADA-compliant elevator, is the Mable Hansen Gallery and the spacious Uno Richter Atrium Gallery, complete with exposed brick walls and arched ceiling. The meseum has a reputation for high quality exhibits and educational programs.
235 Anderson Avenue, Coos Bay OR 97420
The Coos Bay - North Bend Visitor & Convention Bureau (VCB) is comprised of the three communities of Coos Bay, North Bend, and Charleston. Each has their own distinctive flavor and unique draws and are tied together by Coos Bay (the water), the deepest working port between Seattle and San Francisco. The area has world class sporting opportunities, from fishing to tackling the Oregon Sand Dunes, and is known as Oregon’s Adventure Coast.
50 Central Avenue, Coos Bay OR 97420
541-269-0215 or 800-824-8486
The Downtown Association’s focus is to promote growth and activity in the downtown area. Local businesses working together to develop an economically healthy community.
PO Box 482, Coos Bay OR 97420
The Coos Bay Municipal Codes are available online.
Coos Bay-North Bend Water Board operates as a non-profit municipal water provider with an appointed four-member board of directors, two each from the cities of Coos Bay and North Bend, with 4-year terms each.
2305 Ocean Boulevard SE, Coos Bay, OR 97420
The Coos Bay Public Library exists to provide library materials and services, and guidance to those materials and services, from which Coos County residents may choose in meeting their informational, educational, cultural and recreational needs.
525 Anderson Avenue, Coos Bay, OR 97420
Coos Bay Sanitary Service and Les' Sanitary are both subsidiaries of Waste Connections and provide collection, transfer and recycling services. The office is closed on major holidays, but all of garbage and recycling routes run as scheduled.
The mission of the Coos Bay School District is to provide quality education that nurtures curiosity, honors diversity and empowers all students to succeed in a dynamic, global community.
1255 Hemlock Avenue, Coos Bay OR 97420
Coos County has seven cities, with the county seat in Coquille. Most department offices are located in the Coos County Courthouse at 250 North Baxter Street in Coquille, and some services are at the North Bend Annex at 1975 McPherson St. in North Bend.
250 North Baxter St, Coquille OR 97423
The Coos History Museum serves to enhance the intellectual, civic, and cultural life of Oregon’s South Coast by facilitating awareness of local history. The museum’s displays transport visitors back in time to Coos and Coquille Indians’ culture and the legacy of the region’s first settlers. The new building on highway 101 opened in 2014 with a vibrant, state-of-the-art, purpose-built waterfront facility.
1210 N. Front Street, Coos Bay OR 97420
CCD offers assistance with long and short‐term financing for qualified businesses. Funds are available for business start‐up, expansion, real estate acquisition, real estate acquisition, leasehold improvements, equipment, inventory, and working capital. CCD also administers the Small Business Administration 504 program, which can loan up to 40% of the total project cost, or up to $2 million in certain cases, at a fixed rate and for a term of 10 or 20 years.
2455 Maple Leaf, North Bend OR 97459
The historic Egyptian Theatre is a vibrant entertainment complex operated for the benefit of the greater Coos Bay Area community. The non-profit Egyptian Theatre Preservation Association (ETPA) , in cooperation with the city's Urban Renewal Agency, works to preserve, restore and operate the Egyptian on behalf of the city and the community. The theatre plays current and classic movies and hosts community events. A superb example of the Egyptian Revival style popular in the 1920's, the Egyptian Theatre remains much as it did in 1925. The operational Wurlitzer Hope-Jones Unit Orchestra organ is the only theater organ in the state of Oregon that is still in use at the theater where it was originally installed. Due to the Theatre’s historical significance, the Egyptian Theatre was entered into the National Register of Historic Places on May 24, 2010.
222 S Broadway, Coos Bay OR 97420
Online access to apply, pay for and receive building permits.
Provides telephone service, phone systems, Internet access, and long distance services.
The Jordan Cove Energy Project L.P. has applied to the City for a Comprehensive Plan Map Amendment.
Coos Bay Sanitary Service and Les' Sanitary are both subsidiaries of Waste Connections and provide collection, transfer and recycling services. The office is closed on major holidays, but all garbage and recycling routes run as scheduled.
PO Box 956, Coos Bay OR 97420
Little Theatre on the Bay, known as “LTOB,” is the second oldest continuous acting group in the state of Oregon. It is an all-volunteer non-profit organization. LTOB produces musicals, dramas, comedy, and variety shows of all kinds. LTOB's home is the historic Liberty Theater.
2100 Sherman Avenue, North Bend, OR
The Marshfield Sun Printing Museum is a unique turn-of-the-century newspaper office and job printing shop that features displays of antique printing presses and newspaper and photo-related exhibits. The five-sided building contains all of the type cases and printing equipment used by The Marshfield Sun Newspaper, a weekly that began publication in 1891 and continued until 1944. At that time it was the oldest newspaper in Oregon continuously published by one editor. The museum also exhibits photographs of early Marshfield (now called Coos Bay) working waterfront and river based-transportation.
1049 N Front Street, Coos Bay OR 97420
Mingus Park Pool, located on the east side of Mingus Park, is open year-round for different types of swimming. The Lap Swim Program goes all year, and there are summer programs for children to learn how to swim and for families to come and have fun together. It is also the pool for the local high school team and for the Gold Coast Swim team. The pool is 25 yards by 45 feet, 6 lanes,3.5-8 feet in depth and is heated to 81 to 83 degrees F or 27-28 degrees C.
725 N 10th Street, Coos Bay OR 97420
NW Natural provides residential and commercial natural gas service. Headquartered in Portland, NW Natural is the largest independent natural gas utility in the Pacific Northwest.
541-267-5655 ext. 6500 or 800-422-4012
On Broadway Thespians (OBT) produce quality theater for the community in an intimate playhouse setting, unique to this region. OBT has staged diverse productions, from current Broadway hits to relatively unknown scripts, from new plays by local authors to adaptations developed specifically for the OBT stage.
385 S Wall, Coos Bay OR 97420
Oregon building codes are available online. Codes include Fire Protection, Electrical, Energy Efficiency, Mechanical, Plumbing, Reach, Residential, Solar Installation, Structural, Manufactured Dwelling and Parks, Fire, Boiler and Pressure Vessel, and Elevator Specialties.
The Oregon Coast Historic Railway Museum preserves an important part of the region's history by providing a place to restore and display vintage railroad and logging equipment. Along with several locomotives, engines, cars and cabooses, the museum has other equipment, large artifacts, hundreds of photographs, newspaper articles and other material known in train fan lingo as railroadiana in the museum and gift shop. The museum's signature piece is a restored 1922 Baldwin steam locomotive that worked in the region’s forests, and sawmill and logging equipment.
766 S 1st Street, Coos Bay OR 97420
The Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area extends for 40 miles along the Oregon Coast, from Florence to Coos Bay, and is the largest expanse of coastal sand dunes in North America. While famous for its off-highway vehicle (OHV) riding opportunities, the Oregon Dunes also offers many areas for those who are not OHV enthusiasts, including hiking, paddling, wildlife viewing, camping, picnicking, sand play and beach access. The Visitor Information Center is located at the mid-point of the Dunes along Highway 101 in Reedsport, Oregon.
The Employment Department acts as the connection point for employees and employers, provides regional and statewide labor market statistics, and Oregon unemployment insurance administrators.
990 S 2nd Street, Coos Bay OR 97420
The Port of Coos Bay is Oregon’s largest deep-draft port and is the trade and commercial center of the Oregon Southern Coast. The Port operates the Charleston Marina, North Spit Barge Slip, and owns the rail line between Coos Bay and Eugene.
PO Box 1215 / 125 Central Avenue, Suite 300, Coos Bay OR 97420
The Office of Emergency Management (OEM) maintains an emergency services system by planning, preparing and providing for the prevention, mitigation and management of emergencies or disasters that present a threat to the lives and property of citizens of and visitors to the State of Oregon. The agency is responsible for coordinating and facilitating emergency planning, preparedness, response and recovery activities with the state and local emergency services agencies and organizations. OEM coordinates and maintains a statewide emergency services system for emergency and disaster communications. OEM awards grant funding to local governments, coordinates search and rescue efforts, and the State 9-1-1 Program. The Drought Council and Oregon Seismic Safety Advisory Commission (OSSPAC) also operate out of OEM.
OEM's web site has information and preparedness plans for earthquakes, tsunamis, and other emergencies and disasters.
PO Box 14370, Salem OR 97309-5062
Safety and emergency information from the State of Oregon Fire Marshal.
1360 Airport Lane, North Bend, OR 97459
541-888-2677 extension 335
Jeffery Henderson email@example.com
Calendar of Events for Coos Bay, North Bend, Charleston and the Bay Area
Provides electricity to residential, commercial and industrial users. Calls are received 24/7.
Pony Village Cinema multiplex in North Bend offers current release movies.
1611 Virginia Avenue, North Bend OR 97459
Enjoy the golden age of live melodrama theater at the Sawdust Theatre in Coquille, Oregon. On any given Saturday night (and most Fridays) in Coquille between Memorial Day and Labor Day, you can experience a trip down memory lane by attending the Sawdust Theatre. The performers, all volunteers, refer to themselves as Sawdusters. Audience participation (Boo, Hiss, Ahh) is what makes the theatre unique and contributes to making it one of the finest and oldest melodrama traditions in the western United States.
120 N Adams, Coquille OR 97423
SCBEC is a private, non‐profit organization providing employee screening, recruitment, customized training programs and a wide range of related services. SCBEC also offers training wage subsidies to qualifying employers.
PO Box 1118, Coos Bay OR 97420
541-269-2013 or 800-858-5777
SCDC is an economic development leader and has a goal of maintaining and improving the economic viability of the Southern Oregon Coast. SCDC works closely with groups, both local and state organizations, that offer business assistance. They offer business retention and business recruitment, workforce training, financial support, loans, grants and business seminars.
2110 Newmark Avenue, Coos Bay OR 97420
The Southwest Oregon Regional Airport (airport code OTH) is located in North Bend Oregon, 16 feet above sea level on Coos Bay. The airport is served by several major carriers and provides services for charter and private flights. Located in one of the most pristine places there could be to live, work, play, and experience life, the Southwest Oregon Regional Airport is your Gateway to Southern Oregon.
1100 Airport Lane, North Bend OR 97459
SWOCC provides a variety of career programs, first and second year college level course, and upper division courses offered through extension programs of Linfield College, Southern Oregon University, Easter Oregon University, and Oregon State University. The college campus is located in the northwestern part of the city in a 125‐acre wooded area of Empire Lakes Park.
1988 Newmark Avenue, Coos Bay OR 97420
Provides cable TV service, telephone, and internet service.
Sunset Bay Golf Course in located three miles south of the community of Charleston adjoining Sunset Bay State Park. This is a family-friendly course in a natural valley setting adjacent to camping, picnicking and the beach.
11001 Cape Arago Hwy, Coos Bay OR 97420
The Coos Bay Visitor Information Center (VIC) provides visitor information, maps, public restrooms, a public computer and helpful volunteers to help visitors find information about the area. The VIC has information on local events, hotels, restaurants, shopping, excursions, and many other things. The center is open Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm, Saturdays from 11am to 3pm; during the summer (Memorial Day to Labor Day) the VIC is also open Sundays from 11am to 3pm. The VIC is located downtown, across from the Boardwalk and City Docks, next to public parking.
50 Central Avenue, Coos Bay OR 97420
Watson Ranch Golf, located south of Coos Bay, is open year-round and is a semi‐private course open to the public with golf pro and driving range. The par 72 course has 18 unique holes in a natural forested and wetlands setting.
93884 Coos Sumner Lane, Coos Bay OR 97420