Incorporated City Information and Local ChambersCity of Arlington
Originally named Alkali, Arlington came into existence as a place for shipping cattle down the Columbia River. Following the completion of the John Day Dam, the original location of Arlington was moved south in 1963 to avoid the resulting inundation. Arlington was the birthplace of musician Doc Severinsen, best known as the musical director for the American television program The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1967 – 1992).
City of Arlington
500 W First Street
P.O. Box 511
Arlington, OR, 97812
City of Condon
The City of Condon is located on the high plateau of the Columbia River Region where Oregon State Highways 19 and 206 meet. Condon is located 38 miles south of Arlington and the Columbia River, 80 miles southeast of The Dalles, 150 east of Portland, 130 miles north of Bend or 100 miles southwest of Pendleton. Condon's Main Street is registered on the National Historical Site and contains an active business district.
City of Lonerock
104 SE Main St., Lonerock Route
Condon, OR, 97823