City Of Bandon
555 Highway 101This web site provides information for residents and visitors about our local city government . Known to the Spanish navigators, named by an Irish Lord, surviving two devastating fires, Bandon thrives in the temperate climate of the Southern Oregon coast. Its magnificent location at the mouth of the Coquille River creates a small paradise for both residents and visitors. Beachcombing, fishing, golf, history, shopping, fine dining and a warm welcome await you in Bandon, whether it be for one day or for the rest of your life.
Port of Bandon
On the Boardwalk.Under the creative and able leadership of its Port Commission, the northwest's coastal city of Bandon, Oregon has survived the downturn of it's 3 major support industries -- logging, fishing and cranberry production. This economic success story is largely due to the visionary and progressive development of its port facilities as a base for vacation recreation, sport fishing and and nature conservancy.
Port of Bandon,
Located in the historic Coast Guard Building at 390 1st Street, Bandon.