Amity, Oregon
109 Maddox Ave
PO Box 159
Amity Oregon 97101
Fax: 503-835-3780

This name was the result of an amicable settlement of a local school dispute. Amity was the name of a school, first applied in 1849 by Ahio S. Watt, pioneer of 1848 who was the first teacher in a log building that was built by two rival communities that were seeking school advantages. The post office was established July 6, 1852, with Jerome B. Walling postmaster.


Local area attractions include: Aviation Museum, Aquatic Center, Turkey Rama, Outlet Mall, Historical District, Bald Peak State Park, Maude Williams State Park, Siuslaw National Forest, Amity Vineyards, Annual Pancake Breakfast (over 40 years), Brigittine Monastery, Amity Daffodil Festival.