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Civic Organizations

City Government

Community Events

Farmers' Market
May 1 - October 30
Please Visit
calapooiafoodalliance.org/vol for more information

Stand by Me
30th Anniversary
July 23
Click here for more information

Linn County
Historical Museum
Tuesday - Saturday,
11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
ay: 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
(Sundays through Sept. 27, 2015)
sion: Adults $2
ldren 12 & Under $1
Click here for website

Click Central Linn
Rec Center Logo above for
Sign-up Applications & Information

Meeting Space Available
For the most accurate, up-to-the minute availability, please click here and scroll to the bottom calendar.

Public Parking Map
Click here

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Sweet Home Ranger Station

General Info

Click here for Business
Registration Form

Click here for Fire Med Application
For more information visit www.lebanonfire.org

To m
ake electronic payments for
Utility Bills and Court Transactions

or call 1.800.701.8560

Upcoming Meetings

Park Board

Chamber of Commerce

Library Advisory Board


Central Linn Rec Board
July 25, 2016
7:00 p.m. Music Room,
Rec Center

July 26, 2016
7:00 p.m. Council Chambers, City Hall
Click here for agenda packet

Brownsville is a small town of 1700 people located in the southern Willamette Valley of western Oregon, founded in the 1840's. Downtown Brownsville is a wonderful collection of 1880's to 1920's buildings with many historic houses dating back to the 1850's. While conveniently located within 25 miles of Eugene, Albany, Corvallis, Sweet Home and Lebanon, Brownsville is relatively isolated and has maintained a true "small-town" feel which is hard to find today. The historic downtown shopping district with cafes and antique stores, as well as beautiful 26-acre Pioneer Park surrounded by the Calapooia River, are attractions which draw visitors from around the area and around the world.

Please visit the Photo Gallery & Pioneer Park pages for more pictures of Brownsville.

Click here to listen to the newly adopted town song "Livin' in Brownsville"