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ECLIPSE 2017

Lyons • Mehama Mill City • Gates Detroit • Idanha Little North Fork Breitenbush


Welcome We are delighted to share with you the three R’s of the North Santiam River Canyon area – recreation, relaxation and resources. Plus, this special edition of Santiam, the Visitor Guide & Business Directory for the North Santiam Chamber of Commerce, includes information about Aug. 21, 2017. A little after 10 that morning our area will be right in the middle of the path of totality for a solar eclipse. It’s an observation chance of a lifetime!

FEATURES ECLIPSE 2017.......................................................................................4 THINGS TO DO: Events for 2017............................................................6

PLAY & RELAX: Water Sports, Golf & Breitenbush Hot Springs.................8 EXPLORE: Hiking, Biking & Horse Trails.................................................10

COMMUNITIES

Whether a long-term resident, a returning visitor, or a newcomer, this is your guide to special events, annual favorites and opportunities for fun.

Heritage & History................................................................................12 Save Our Bridge: Mill City’s Railroad Bridge...........................................14 Lyons, Mehama & Gates.......................................................................16

If your aim is recreation, camping, kayaking, rafting, tubing, skiing, swimming, hiking and golf are all right here in the neighborhood. Those in the mood for relaxation can enjoy fishing and beautiful views. Those looking for opportunity will find businesses and natural resources . Businesses listed in our directory play a vital role in the local economy, providing products, services and jobs. The organizations listed enrich the canyon’s civic and social life. Bringing them together for you in this guide is a community contribution by the North Santiam Chamber of Commerce and its members.

Mill City................................................................................................18 Detroit.................................................................................................20 Idanha & Marion Forks.........................................................................22

RESOURCES North Santiam Chamber of Commerce...................................................24 Area Map, Parks & Campgrounds..........................................................26

DIRECTORY

The North Santiam River, its tributaries and Detroit Lake form47 the backdrop for daily life. Our magnificent natural setting shapes both work and play in our wonderfully distinct communities.

Business Listings...................................................................................28 Alphabetical Listings.............................................................................36 Resource Numbers................................................................................38

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Eclipse 2017

Don’t be caught in the dark without a plan! The North Santiam River region will be among the best spots in the nation to view the total eclipse of the sun on Aug. 21, 2017. The first total solar eclipse touching the continental United States since 1979 will touch down on the Oregon Coast between Lincoln City and Newport, with a trajectory that will run from the Pacific to Atlantic oceans. The eclipse will reach Oregon at about 10:15 a.m. PDT and exits the state at 10:27 a.m., according to greatamericaneclipse.com. The “path of totality” will put many area cities, from Aumsville to Idanha,

North Santiam Eclipse Times / Durations Lyons

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in darkness for about two minutes at about 10:17 a.m. on Aug. 21. Across the nation, the path will be about 60 to 70 miles wide From this vantage

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point, the Moon will fully cover the Sun, and the closer you are standing in the center of this path, the longer the eclipse will last. The innermost part of the shadow (the umbra) will strike through the North Santiam Canyon, as represented in the line on the opposite map. The recent Rural Tourism Initiative Group from our region is planning an inaugural River Festival in conjunction with the 2017 Eclipse as a means to engage visitors in hopes to create additional revenue and encourage return tourism to our area.


The Path of Totality 10:17:26 a.m. (2m)

10:17:43 a.m. (2m, 1s)

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Stayton 10:17:31 a.m. (2m, 1s)

Start time of Eclipse and duration in minutes and seconds are posted with each community.

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How to View a Solar Eclipse Safely

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Abridged from NASA and American Astronomical Society

Looking directly at the Sun is unsafe except during the brief total phase of a solar eclipse (“totality”), when the Moon entirely blocks the Sun’s bright face, which will happen only within the narrow path of totality.

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If you are within the path of totality, remove your solar filter only when the Moon completely covers the Sun’s bright face and it suddenly gets quite dark. Experience totality, then, as soon as the bright Sun begins to reappear, replace your solar viewer to glance at the remaining partial phases.

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The only safe way to look directly at the uneclipsed or partially eclipsed Sun is through special-purpose solar filters, such as “eclipse glasses” or handheld solar viewers. Homemade filters or ordinary sunglasses, even very dark ones, are not safe for looking at the Sun. To date three manufacturers have certified that their eclipse glasses and handheld solar viewers meet the ISO 12312-2 international standard for such products: Rainbow Symphony, American Paper Optics, and Thousand Oaks Optical.

Always inspect your solar filter before use; if scratched or damaged, discard it. Read and follow any instructions printed on or packaged with the filter. Always supervise children using solar filters. Seek expert advice from an astronomer before using a solar filter with a camera, a telescope, binoculars, or any other optical device.

You can also use a telescope or binoculars to project images of the partially eclipsed Sun onto a surface for convenient viewing. This is called optical projection, because it involves optics (that is, lenses and/ or mirrors). Compared with pinhole projection, optical projection generally provides bigger, brighter, sharper images. But because passing bright sunlight through binoculars or a telescope can damage the device, and because of the danger that someone might look at the Sun through the device and injure their eyes, you should not attempt optical projection unless you are an experienced astronomical observer, are using your own equipment, and can remain with your equipment at all times to supervise its use.

Information about safe solar viewing and instructions for pinhole and optical projection can be found at: • How to View the 2017 Solar Eclipse Safely (NASA): eclipse2017.nasa.gov/safety • How to Look at the Sun (Sky & Telescope): www.skyandtelescope.com/ astronomy-news/observing-news/ how-to-look-at-the-sun • How to View the Sun Safely (Front Page Science): www.fpsci.com/ how_to_view.html • How to Make a Pinhole Camera (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory): www.jpl.nasa.gov/edu/learn/project/ how-to-make-a-pinhole-camera/ • How to View a Solar Eclipse (Exploratorium): www.exploratorium.edu/ eclipse/how-to-view-eclipse

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Detroit Lake Fishing Derby May 19 – 21. For all ages. The lake is stocked with thousands of rainbow trout. Ten of the fish are tagged for cash prizes. Registration at the north end of Detroit Avenue, awards May 21, 3 p.m. Adult entry fee $15, 13 and younger $8. detroitlakeoregon.org

JUNE

Oregon State Parks Day June 3. Special events including a night of free camping. Detroit Lake State Park Office, 503-854-3406

ON-GOING

Detroit Rocks More than 300 specially engraved river rocks have been hidden around the lake area throughout the year. Finders are asked to register found rock to be entered to win the monthly prize package. Details on prizes and hints to where rocks can be found are also on the website. www.detroitlakeoregon.org/rocks

Free Fish Weekend No license required for fishing in Oregon June 3 – 4, free clinic in Detroit for kids. 503-854-3366

JULY

Fireworks Over the Lake July 1, dusk. Festive day around Detroit culminating in a huge fireworks show over the lake.

Independence Day July 4, 9 a.m. - midnight, Mill City. Breakfast, festival, parade, entertainment, fireworks, Kimmel Park.

APRIL

“ Dam” Good Time Wake Board Amateur Competition

Santiam Awards Night April 26. Community awards presentation sponsored by the North Santiam Chamber of Commerce. 503-897-5000

July. TBD. Amateur tournament open to participants of all ages and skill levels designed to introduce people to wake boarding and wake surfing fun. Prizes and registered participants will receive a goodie bag. Register: www.intleague.com

Kokonee Tournament April 29. The first Kokonee Tournament at Detroit Lake. The lake is stocked with thousands of kokonee. Join in and get your FISH ON! detroitlakeoregon.org filmfoto © 123rf.c

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Jennifer Brewer, MD, OB/GYN Susan Taylor, MD, OB/GYN

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1373 N. 10th Ave. Stayton, Oregon Monday–Friday 8:30am–5:00pm

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Giovanni’s Mountain Pizza Home Style Italian Family Dining Sunday-Thursday 11:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday & Saturday 11:30 a.m.-10 p.m.

503-897-2614 • On Highway 22 in Mill City


Water Ski Show

SEPTEMBER

The Cruz-In at the Lake

July. TBD. Ski team is a non-profit all-volunteer organization which regularly performs in Oregon and California. Information: detroitlakeoregon.org

Sept. 16. 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. Detroit vintage car show, music, food, play area. 503-897-2135, detroitlakeoregon.org

AUGUST

Youth Benefit Golf Tournament

Cascading Rivers – Killer Fang Ride

Aug. 5. North Santiam Chamber of Commerce and Canyon Senior Center and title sponsor Freres Lumber host the Santiam Canyon Youth Benefit Golf Tournament at Mallard Creek Golf & RV Resort in Lebanon. Register: ybgolf.com

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Aug. 19 – 21. Watch the once-in-a-lifetime total eclipse of the sun at Detroit Lake and enjoy live music, beer garden, kids entertainment and more. Information: detroitlakeoregon.org

Mill City Dog Daze Aug. 18 – 19, 8 a.m. until dark. Annual all-city garage sale. Maps available at local businesses. 503-897-2302

River City Music & Art Jamboree Aug. 20, noon - 8 p.m. Festivities at Kimmel Park in Mill City. Food, craft vendors, beer and wine garden, art displays, arts and crafts, eclipse education, and activities for the kids. Local bands entertain. Admission is free so bring lawn chairs and blankets and enjoy an awesome day in the park along the Santiam River. 503-897-5000

Total Solar Eclipse Aug. 21. Approximately 10:15 a.m., depending on position in canyon. Visible throughout the Hwy. 22 corridor along the North Santiam River. See page 4 for details.

Sept. 16 – 17. Cascading Rivers Bikeway. September supported ride from Estacada to Detroit. Named for Killer Fang Class IV rapids along the route. 70 miles each way. Limited to 50 riders. Register: 503-303-8920, mainstreetmanager@eda1.org Info: detroitlakeoregon.org

Lake Shoreline & Riverside Clean-Up Date TBD, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. fall clean-up after the lake goes down. Gloves and trash bags provided. Dress for weather, rain or shine. Love our lake and respect the river. Food provided by Detroit Lake Recreation Area Business Association. Register: www.solv.org/ get-involved/event-registration

OCTOBER

Detroit Lake Mud Run Oct. 14, 9 a.m. 6-mile run. Plan to get dirty! Overseen by Run Wild Adventures. Epic course with mud, rocks, water crossings, hills, trails, stumps and amazing scenery all taking place on the lake bottom of Detroit Lake. A roughly 6-mile course, beginning and ending in front of Detroit City Hall. Pets on leash are welcome. Awards are given in many categories based on age group and time. Register: www.runwildadventures.com

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Mill City Pharmacy — Prescriptions ~ Gifts ~ Cards ~ School Supplies ~ Toys & More! —

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Play + Relax

The North Santiam Canyon is home to some of the best water recreation in Oregon, with the North Santiam River and Detroit Lake offering opportunities for kayaking, boating, fishing, and swimming. A 92-mile tributary of the Santiam River, the North Santiam originates in the Cascades near Mount Jefferson. During spring snowmelt it offers many Class III and Class IV rapids, including Spencer’s Hole, Carnivore and Mill City Falls. During the summer the North Santiam moves at a more relaxing pace with Class II rapids. Detroit Lake is a multi-purpose water project, created by the Army Corps of Engineers upon completion of the 463-foot Detroit Dam in 1953. Powered by two generator units, the dam provides flood control, irrigation, power generation, and a recreational lake. Detroit Lake is nine miles long, holds 455,100 acre-feet of water and has 33 miles of shoreline. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife stocks the waters annually with 125,000 rainbow 8 | North Santiam Canyon Guide & Business Directory 2017

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trout along with fingerling rainbow trout, kokanee and Chinook salmon. There are also brown bullhead, largemouth bass and pumpkinseed in the reservoir. The main game of the North Santiam River, Steelhead and Chinook Salmon, make their way to the area in May and remain until August. Substantial runs of these fish continue to be abundant in the North Santiam below Detroit. The downstream point of the fish runs is located at Packsaddle Park about 60 miles upstream from the Willamette. The North Santiam is a popular spot for kayaking and float trips, with access to the river provided at many of the communities and at parks from Lyons and Mehama to Big Cliff Dam.


Breitenbush Hot Springs Bruckman purchased the land in 1927 and converted it into a health spa, which he operated for more than 20 years. Alex Beamer bought the then-dilapidated facilities in 1977 and converted the area into the modern Breitenbush Hot Springs Resort & Conference Center. In addition to its renowned hot springs, the center offers healing arts and massage, daily wellbeing programs, performances, hiking trails, and workshops. Breitenbush hosts more than 150 events each year. Visit www.breitenbush.com or call 503-854-3320 for information.

Elkhorn Golf Course An exceptionally scenic course, Elkhorn offers a challenging 18 holes of golf, even for the low handicapper. Elkhorn is an 18 hole regulation length course, 71 par, 6242 yards. There are chipping and putting practice areas for golfers interested in working on their short game. The course is located at 32295 North Fork Road SE, Lyons.

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The Breitenbush Hot Springs, about 10 miles northeast of Detroit, were used by Native Americans for healing and ritual purification. President Theodore Roosevelt granted the land that includes the springs in a homestead patent in 1904. Merle


Explore

The North Santiam Canyon is a mecca for hikers. There are trails seemingly everywhere you look. Riverside meanderings. Hill climbs that will test your stamina. Amazing meetings of water and rock and old-growth trees, with moss everywhere, water gurgling on all sides. The wilderness area is more than just a place to mosey among the trees. It is a symbol of the fight that took place in the 1980s over Forest Service logging. It helped turn a small nocturnal bird into a bumper sticker and changed the way Oregon does business. Interestingly, the region’s first industry was hard-rock extraction, with the buildings of Jawbone Flats, the old mining town at the center of the wilderness, still standing, incongruously, amid a cathedral of old-growth trees.

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Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center maintains and stewards Jawbone Flats, a rejuvenated historic 1930 mining town in the heart of the 35,000-acre ancient forest watershed of the Opal Creek Wilderness and Scenic Recreation Area.

Camping & Hiking For information regarding camp sites, trails, boating, and more – consult the map on pages 26 – 27. The Opal Creek Forest was first inhabited by Native Americans. Miners arrived in the valley and discovered gold in 1859. The Jawbone Flats mining camp began in 1930. Some roads and the Gold Creek Bridge were constructed in 1939 under President Roosevelt’s New Deal.

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Friends of Opal Creek was established in 1989 to secure permanent protection of the Opal Creek ecosystem. In 1992, mining ceased and the Shiny Rock Mining Co. gave Friends of Opal Creek a land gift valued at $12.6 million.


Included were 151 acres of land: Jawbone Flats and a stand of old-growth forest. In October 1996 federal legislation established the 20,827 acre Opal Creek Wilderness, the 13,538 acre Opal Creek Scenic Recreation Area and a 3,066 acre Wild and Scenic River designation for Elkhorn Creek. The Opal Creek forest receives approximately 20,000 visitors annually.

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The Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center features natural history workshops for adults, private cabin rentals, and day or night education programs for community groups and schools. The center is located about one hour’s drive from Salem and two hours from Portland, Bend, and Eugene. Visit www.opalcreek.org or call 503-892-2782 for information.

Cascade Rivers Scenic Bikeway

To get to Opal Creek take Highway 22 to the Little North Fork/Elkhorn exit. Proceed 15 miles on paved road and 1.3 on gravel, then take Road 2209 for 6 miles until it deadends at the trailhead ($5 day-use fee).

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The Santiam Horse Camp and day-use area lies at the starting point for a system of trails for horses, bicyclists, and hikers in the Santiam State Forest. The area features room for trailer parking with corrals and stock water for horses, and offers trail users miles of diverse forest with clear streams and unique geological formations. The camp, located about two miles south of Gates, is open May through October. For more information contact the Santiam State Forest, 503-859-2151.

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The Cascading Rivers Scenic Bikeway follows highways 46 and 224 up and over the Western Cascades along the Breitenbush and Clackamas rivers. A 70-mile route one way, it features forests, rivers and campsites between Detroit and Estacada. It is meant primarily for expertlevel riders with more than 6,000 feet of climb; considered best as a multi-day ride. In September look for the annual Killer Fang Ride. Some sections offer little-to-no highway shoulder room. The route is closed during late fall and winter due to snow. For details on the Killer Fang go to detroitlakeoregon.org. Diane Stevenson

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Heritage & History

Heritage + History

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Glaciers formed what today is known as the North Santiam railroad before succumbing to financial difficulties, the Canyon, carving out the area from Lyons-Mehama to railroad became a means for the transportation of huge Gates, as well as the hollow where Detroit Lake now quantities of logs to feed the Willamette Valley’s timber exists. The canyon served for centuries as a industry, from Idanha to Corvallis. highway for Native Americans, especially Canyon Life Museum the Santiam band of the Kalapooya, The canyon’s economy was dependent on 129 Wall St., Mill City Klamath, and Warm Springs tribes. In the logging, farming, lumber mills, and mining Memorial Day - Labor late 1870s, white settlers arrived from the for most of the late 1800s and early 1900s. Day, Open Fridays Willamette Valley. Between 1888 and 1890, The Hammond Lumber Company’s mill, the Oregon Pacific Railroad penetrated the and Saturdays or by established in what would become Mill City, North Santiam Canyon and encouraged appointment: was one of the largest Douglas-fir mills on the growth of small towns along its path. 503-897-2816 Originally designed to be a transcontinental the West Coast.

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The best way to learn about the area’s rich and interesting history is by visiting the Canyon Life Museum. Exhibits vividly demonstrate the development of the canyon, including the fascinating life of early settlers. Read the diary of the young wife of a logger and examine the grainy sepia photographs of miners. Displays also include a three-dimensional topographic map of the canyon. The museum, located at 129 Wall St. in Mill City, occupies two buildings: the old Southern Pacific train depot and the historic Santiam Lumbering Company building, the oldest commercial building remaining in Mill City. Both museum buildings were restored by the North Santiam Historical Society thanks in part to a $40,000 grant from the Meyer Memorial Trust. The old lumbering company building serves as the historical society headquarters.

Jawbone Flats at Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center 503-892-2782 www.opalcreek.org

To get an up-close encounter with local history and wilderness, visit Jawbone Flats. The old mining camp’s historic 1920s buildings remain, giving visitors a sense of the life of the old west

in the Oregon Cascades. Jawbone Flats is operated by the Opal Creek Ancient Forest Center. Call 503-892-2782 for more information.

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Saving Our Bridge Construction on Mill City’s Historic Railroad Bridge may begin this year, thanks to the successful fundraising efforts of the Save Our Bridge Committee.

in July 2016 alone!” Harrington said.

Committe Chair Lynda Harrington said the committe is well on its way to saving the historic bridge.

Formed in 2014, the SOB Committee partnered with the city of Mill City to assess and restore the historic bridge in time for the 2019 Centennial Celebration of the bridge’s placement over the North Santiam River in 1919.

Mill City’s Historic Railroad Bridge was built in 1888 and was eventually moved to Mill City by Southern Pacific Railroad in 1919 where it replaced the original bridge made of wooden timbers. The current structure is the last remaining Phoenix Column bridge in Oregon.

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“Recent donations from the A.J. Frank Family Foundation, NW Farm Credit Services, Santiam Brewing and private donors totaled $56,000

Repairs slated include repair to the understory and new decking, railing and lighting, she said.

The Ausland Engineering Group of Eugene evaluated the bridge’s condition and estimate the project cost at $400,000, which will be split between the SOB committee and the city. “The SOB’s have been busy selling T-shirts, buttons and note cards and

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raising funds through special events, Go Fund Me, and major donor requests,” Harrington said. “Large and small donations have come in from across the nation. We even had a $5 donation from a young girl in Happy Valley.” The bridge reflects the special connection that Mill City and the North Santiam Canyon have had

with the railroad. In 1887, Santiam Lumbering Company was formed, and Mill City was established in anticipation of the railroad reaching the area in 1888. In 1971 the last train crossed the bridge. “We are delighted that the community has come together with enthusiasm and support for this important project,” she said.

Harrington and Thomas agree that restoring Mill City’s Historic Railroad Bridge will enhance civic vitality in the North Santiam Canyon. “The committee is committed to preserving a historic structure which provides much community enjoyment,” Harrington said. “Restoring the bridge will lay the foundation for another 100 years of public use and enjoyment.

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Lyons + Mehama Two Irish brothers, James and Henry Lyons, named the community south of the Santiam River after themselves in the 1880s. The city of Lyons was incorporated in 1958. Services include restaurants, stores, service stations, beauty salons, churches, a gift shop, the Mari-Linn School, Lyons City Hall, Lyons Post Office, a fire department, a ball field and a public library. The area offers many outdoor entertainment opportunities, including wooded trails for walkers, joggers, bikers and hikers; natural wetlands; fishing and boating access to the North Santiam River; Freres City Park and John Neal Campground.

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Mehama, an unincorporated community north of the Santiam River, was named after Mehama Smith, the wife of James Smith, who laid out the town site in the 1870s. The city is most easily found by exiting Highway 22 at the flashing yellow light at Highway 226, near Gene’s Meat Market. This iconic local butcher shop serves locally raised meats and an unofficial welcome center to the region and communities that embrace small-town style. The Mehama Fire Hall is the center of many community activities.


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Gates

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Gates was founded as a settlement for miners and loggers who lived in the area during the winter months. A post office was established in February 1882.

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Ten years later W.R. Robertson, then postmaster, moved the post office across the river to a place called Gatesville. The name of the post office was changed to Gates, which became the name of the city when it was incorporated in 1950. Gates is a peaceful little town located three miles east of Mill City along the North Santiam River. Several small pristine creeks and tributaries run through or near Gates, including Rock Creek, Little Rock Creek and Mad Creek.

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In 1886 four entrepreneurs from Stayton gave Mill City its name when they purchased land next to a falls on the North Santiam River. The men had machinery hauled up on wagons from Stayton and constructed a mill. A small community formed around the mill in the following years and Mill City’s first post office was established in 1888. The city was incorporated in 1947.

visitors’ center and retail stores. It is subdivided by the scenic North Santiam River; north of the river is Marion County and south of the river is Linn County. The two dams that control the river flows are well upstream from Mill City, which means great salmon and steelhead fishing and lots of river recreation.

Today Mill City is the largest community in the North Santiam Canyon. Recreational opportunities include three parks that offer playgrounds, boating, fishing, water activities and picnicking.

Sheldon Traver

The city has a fire hall, a city hall, stores, restaurants, a post office, a pharmacy, a museum, a senior center, a library, a video store, a

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Detroit

Diane Stevenson

Detroit was founded during the construction of the Oregon Pacific Railroad. The name was selected because of the large population of people from Detroit, Michigan, who had settled in the region in the 1870s. A post office was established in 1891, and Detroit began to prosper as a center for the logging industry in the 1920s. The city of Detroit was incorporated in 1952, the same year that it was relocated to higher ground due to the construction of the Detroit Dam. Remnants of the original town occasionally make their ghostly appearance on exposed

portions of the lakebed – including a pioneer-era wagon relic trapped in the mud. The completion of the dam, and the filling of the lake it created, transformed the city from a logging community into one of the most popular tourist attractions in Oregon. Detroit today offers an appealing balance of small-town friendliness and recreational excitement. The lake is a popular location for boating, fishing, swimming, sailing and other water sports. Aside from water activities there

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Michael Bochsler Agency – Insurance and Financial Services

Auto • Home • Life • Business Renters | Mobile Homes Off-road Vehicles Retirement Products

503-767-7777

120 S. Center Street, Sublimity www.farmersagent.com/mbochsler

Detroit Market – 100 Detroit Ave. N – ATM • Lottery • Fishing Licenses Ice Cream • Deli – Daily lunch specials

Coldest Beer in Town!

503-854-3767 We accept SNAP cards


Two trail systems offer Detroit Lake visitors options for fun. The trailhead for Tumble Ridge Trail #3380, a moderate uphill 5.3 mile hike, is located near Tumble Creek on the northwest shore of the lake. Trail #3381 to Dome Rock and #3379 to Tumble Lake, where campsites, huckleberries and Tumble Falls await explorers, branch off from #3380 after about four miles. Parking at Mongold Day Use Area is by fee or forest pass. On the southeast bank, trail #3449 to Stahlman Point offers a moderate to difficult 2.5 mile hike from 1,700 to 3,000 feet. The trailhead is 3.5 miles up Blowout Road.

are opportunities for camping, picnicking, biking, hiking, hunting, and backpacking. In the winter, Detroit offers access to sledding and skiing. Detroit features motels, bed and breakfasts, rental cabins, campground facilities, RV parks, and retreat and conference facilities. Restaurants, grocery stores and marinas offer their services and goods as well. The city hosts events held throughout the year, including the July “Fireworks over the Lake” celebration.

Sheldon Traver

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530 Clester Road, Detroit Lake

503-854-3362

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175 Detroit Ave. in Detroit

503-854-3344

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Diane Stevenson

Hiking


Idanha + Marion Forks Idanha’s original name was Muskrat Camp. It later adopted the name Idanha, a name that was inspired by the Natural Mineral Water Company in Soda Springs, Idaho. The company bottled water called “Idan-Ha.” The Oregon Pacific Railroad system was completed along the North Santiam River up to Idanha in 1889 but construction didn’t continue eastward because of a lack of funding. The post office was established in 1895 and the city was incorporated in 1950. Idanha is the smallest town in the North Santiam Canyon and the highest settlement along the North Santiam River. Located in the shadow of Mt. Jefferson three miles east of Detroit, Idanha has a store, café,

post office, library and a city park. It is located about halfway between Salem and Sisters.

salmon can be viewed at Minto Pond

Marion Forks is an unincorporated community on the North Santiam Highway, 15 miles south of Detroit. named for the nearby river fork where Marion Creek meets the North Santiam River, it is home to the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Marion Forks fish hatchery, just south of the community. The Willamette National Forest Marion Forks Campground is near the hatchery, next to Marion Creek.

Register of Historic Places listed

Marion Forks Hatchery offers a large pond where visitors can feed adult rainbow trout. Adult steelhead and

Marion Forks Guard Station was built

adult salmon holding facility June – October. There are two National structures in the Marion Forks area, Independence Prairie Ranger Station and Marion Forks Guard Station. Independence Prairie Ranger Station, built about 1910, is the oldest standing administrative structure associated with what is now the Willamette National Forest. It exemplifies late pioneer architecture using native materials and elementary design. The in 1935 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.

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Your Chamber P.O. Box 222 Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-5000 www.nschamber.org director@nschamber.org

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Join the Chamber

Membership starts at just $65 a year! All members receive premium listings in our annual directory (this publication), and are also listed online at www.nschamber.org/ directory. Upper level members receive much more! Visit www.nschamber.org/join to find out how your business can benefit from joining the Chamber

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Looking for something to do? Visit our online events calendar at www.nschamber.org/events for local happenings! Organizing an upcoming event? Send us your information to director@nschamber.org and we’ll post it for free!

2017 Santiam Awards Night Join us as we recognize the outstanding community and business leaders in the North Santiam Canyon. It happens April 26, 2017.

River Fusion 2017 Events will be happening in communities bordered by Highway 22 and the North Santiam River during the Aug. 19 – 20 pre-eclipse weekend. Plan to join us and get the full details at www.nschamber.org

2017 Youth Benefit Golf Tournament

Happens in August 5, 2017. This annual golf tournament has raised over $147,000 for local youth groups and education scholarships. Players and sponsors are always welcome. This SANTIAM HEATING event is organized by Chamber Director Mike Long with help from the Chamber Board of Directors. www.ybgolf.com. & SHEETMETAL, INC.

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SANTIAM

MEDICAL CLINIC

Part of Santiam Hospital 503.897.4100

280 S. First Ave., Mill City, OR 97360

Monday–Friday 8:30am–5:00pm

Amy Sutkus, MD Thomas VanVeen, MD


Many of our programs are run exclusively by local people who reserve 5 hours a month to help grow our community. Meetings are held in Mill City on the 2nd Friday of the month, from 8:30-10:30am. To join the Board, contact one of our current Board members (listed below), email director@nschamber.org, call 503-897-5000 or visit our website at www.nschamber.org/about. Help us make our community a better place to live and thrive!

President: Jason Burns • Focus Heating and Air

Director: Pat Carty • The Lake Center

Vice President: David Shelton White Water Signs & Graphics

Director: Mike Long • Youth Benefit Golf Tournament Chair, WER Information Connection

Past President: Sandy Lyness Sandy Lyness Real Estate Investments

Director: Rex Mittelstaedt • Rex Images

503-769-7519 • jason@focusheatingandcooling.com

503-804-3613 • baxterboy57@hotmail.com

503-854-3945 • pat.carty@nschamber.org

503-897-4902 • mikelong @wavecable.com

503-897-2691 • rex@reximages.com

503-551-2645 • sandylyness@yahoo.com

Treasurer: Micah Keto • Community Advocate

Director: Nancy Simmons • Mill City US Bank 503-897-2361 • nancy.simmons@usbank.com

503-859-3225 • ketojm83@wvi.com

Frank Pellets LLC Leaders in Green ManufacturinG

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There are dozens of parks in the North Santiam Canyon area. With more than 20 day-use parks, there are lots of choices for picnickers, hikers and those seeking access to the North Santiam River or Detroit Lake. In addition, federal, state and county parks feature campgrounds in 17 locations with choices ranging from river or lakeside sites to locations close to sno-parks. Group sites offer camping and recreation access for larger gatherings.

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Contact 503-854-3313 503-854-3366 503-854-3366 503-854-3366 503-854-3366 503-854-3366 503-854-3366 503-854-3366 503-854-3366 503-854-3366

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Business Directory Auto Parts...............................29 Financial Services.....................30 Banks.................................29

Lodging & Accomodations..........32

Restaurants.............................34

Fraternal Organization..............30

Lumber Company.....................32 Retreat & Conference Centers....34 Beauty Products........................29 Funeral Homes.........................30 Manufacturer....................32 Road Construction.....................34 Bed & Breakfast........................29 Furnaces.................................31 Marina..............................32 Rock Products..........................34 Birthing Center..........................29 Garbage.................................31 Medical Services.......................32 Salon....................................34 Building Supplies......................29 Gifts Shop................................31 News Media.............................32 Church................................29 Government............................31 Newspapers & Publishers..........32 Signs.....................................34 Coffee & Espresso......................29 Grocery..............................31 Pet Grooming...........................32 Souvenirs...............................34 Communications.....................29 Hardware Store.......................31 Pharmacy...............................32 Sporting Goods.........................34 Community Assistance...............29 Heating & Air Conditioning........31 Phone Service Provider.............32 Community Development.........30

Home Inspections.....................31

Printing & Design Services..........32

Construction...........................30

Hospital..............................31

Promotional Products................32

Contractor...........................28

Insurance..............................31 Public Agencies.........................32

Convenience Store....................30

Internet Access Provider...........32

Radio Station............................32

Stationary Store.......................34 Tourism Information.................34 Utilities..............................34 Veterinary Services...................34

Credit Card Processing...............30 Legal Services..........................32

Real Estate...............................32 Website Design........................34

Event Center.............................30

Recycling..............................32 Wholesale Sporting Goods..........34

Liquor Store.............................32

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AUTO PARTS – COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE AUTO PARTS Davison Auto Parts

BEAUTY PRODUCTS Expressions Salon and Gifts

BUILDING SUPPLIES Kelly Lumber Sales

Core Member 21385 Santiam Hwy. Stayton, OR 97383 503-859-2100 www.davisonnapa.com

Core Member 811 Main St. Lyons, OR 97358 503-859-2080

Core Member 757 NE Santiam Blvd. Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2363 www.kellylumbersales.com

BANKS NW Preferred Federal Credit Union Core Member 393 E Florence St. Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-3489 www.mycreditunion.com

US Bank Mill City

BED & BREAKFAST Elkhorn Valley Inn

33016 North Fork Rd. SE Lyons, OR 97358

503-897-3033 elkhornvalleyinn.com

BIRTHING CENTERS Santiam Hospital

400 NW Santiam Blvd. Mill City, OR 97360

1401 N 10th Ave. Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-2175 www.santiamhospital.org

503-897-2361 www.usbank.com

CHURCH Gates Community Church of Christ Core Member 40070 Gates School Rd. Gates, OR 97346 503-897-3210

COMMUNICATIONS KYAC 94.9 FM Community Radio

280 NE Santiam Blvd. Mill City, OR 97360

503-897-6397 www.kyacfm.org

COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE Canyon Gleaners Core Member 158 SW Broadway Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-4031

COFFEE & ESPRESSO Rosie’s Mountain Coffee House

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647 Santiam Blvd. NE Mill City, OR 97360

503-897-2378 www.rosiesscones.com

D & D Auto & Tire

Quality Service & Care For Your Vehicle

48347 Lyons Mill City Drive Mill City, OR 97360

Derrel & Dar

503-897-6010

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COMMUNITY ASSISTANCE – INSURANCE Canyon Crisis Center

Bronze

SPONSOR

825 NW Santiam Blvd. Mill City, OR 97360

Focus Heating and Construction

1740 Shaff Rd. #316 Stayton, OR 97383

503-897-2327

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT Detroit Lake Recreation Area Business Association Core Member 215 D St. Detroit, OR 97342 www.detroitlakeoregon.org

CONSTRUCTION Benchmark Builders Core Member 39941 Mad Creek Rd. Gates, OR 97346 503-871-3344

503-769-7519 www.focusheatingandcooling.com

CONTRACTOR Benchmark Builders Core Member 39941 Mad Creek Rd. Gates, OR 97346 503-871-3344

CONVENIENCE STORE Detroit Market

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SPONSOR

100 Detroit Ave. N Detroit, OR 97342 503-854-3767

CREDIT CARD PROCESSING US Bank Mill City

400 NW Santiam Blvd. Mill City, OR 97360

EVENT CENTER North Santiam Eagles Lodge #3384 Core Member 640 S Broadway Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-3100

US Bank Mill City

400 NW Santiam Blvd. Mill City, OR 97360

503-897-2361 www.usbank.com

FINANCIAL SERVICES Farmers Insurance – Michael Bochsler

120 S Center St. Sublimity, OR 97385 SPONSOR 503-767-7777 www.farmers.com/mbochsler

Bronze

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FRATERNAL ORGANIZATIONS North Santiam Eagles Lodge #3384 Core Member 640 S Broadway Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-3100

FUNERAL HOMES Weddle Funeral Services Core Member 1777 N 3rd Ave. Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-2423 www.weddle-funeral.com

503-897-2361 www.usbank.com

Dave Valencia

Insurance Agency, Inc. 1203 N. First Ave., Stayton Dave@DaveValencia.com

(503) 769-1800

Linda, Katrina, Teresa, Jan & Dave

We live where you live. Serving our community personally & professionally with over 85 years of insurance experience.

Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there.® State Farm Insurance Companies • Home Offices: Bloomington, Illinois

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North Santiam Funeral Service Core Member 224 N 3rd Ave. Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-9010 www.santiamfuneral.com

FURNACES Santiam Heating & Sheet Metal, Inc. Core Member 41713 Stayton Scio Rd. SE Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-8483 www.santiamheating.com

GARBAGE Pacific Sanitation, Inc. Core Member 3475 Blossom Dr. NE Salem, OR 97305 503-393-1031 www.pacsan.net

GIFT SHOP Mill City Pharmacy

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SPONSOR

218 SW Broadway Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2331

GOVERNMENT City of Mill City Core Member 441 S 1st Ave. Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2302 ci.mill-city.or.us

City of Detroit

HARDWARE STORE Kelly Lumber Sales Core Member 757 NE Santiam Blvd. Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2363 www.kellylumbersales.com

HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING Focus Heating and Construction

1740 Shaff Rd. #316 Stayton, OR 97383

Core Member 160 N Detroit Ave. Detroit, OR 97342 503-854-3496 www.detroitoregon.us

503-769-7519 www.focusheatingandcooling.com

GROCERY Detroit Market

Core Member 41713 Stayton Scio Rd. SE Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-8483 www.santiamheating.com

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SPONSOR

100 Detroit Ave. N Detroit, OR 97342 503-854-3767

Santiam Heating & Sheet Metal, Inc.

HOME INSPECTIONS Pillar to Post Home Inspections Core Member 49249 Remine Rd. Mill City, OR 97360 503-865-8775 www.scottsaari.pillartopost.com

HOSPITAL Santiam Hospital

1401 N 10th Ave. Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-2175 www.santiamhospital.org

INSURANCE Dave Valencia, State Farm Insurance Core Member 1203 N 1st Ave. Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-1800 www.statefarm.com/agent/US/OR/ Stayton/Dave-Valencia-01C2K1YS000

Integrated Solid Waste Management Commercial & Residential Garbage Collection Recycling Collection Junk Removal

AutO • HOmeOWneRS • FARm • FiRe

Professional Staff • Responsive Service Competitive Price

No Job Too Big or Too Small

503-393-1031 Serving Detroit • Idanha Mill City • Gates • Lyons NE Salem • Brooks • Jefferson • Turner Marion and Linn Counties

100 SW Sublimity Blvd. • Sublimity, OR 97385 503-769-6344 • www.sublimityins.com North Santiam Canyon Guide & Business Directory 2017 | 31


INSURANCE – REAL ESTATE Farmers Insurance – Michael Bochsler

120 S Center St. Sublimity, OR 97385 503-767-7777 www.farmers.com/mbochsler

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INTERNET ACCESS PROVIDER People’s Telephone Co. (PTC) 502 N 2nd Ave. Stayton, OR 97383 503-859-3332 www.ptc-web.com

LEGAL SERVICES Stayton Law

MARINA Detroit Lake Marina Core Member 115 Breitenbush Rd. Detroit, OR 97342 503-854-3423 www.detroitlakemarina.com

MEDICAL SERVICES Ark Animal Care Core Member 41805 Stayton-Scio Rd. Stayton, OR 97383 503-767-2755 arkanimalcare.org

Core Member 582 E Washington St. Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-7741 www.staytonlaw.com

Santiam Hospital

LIQUOR STORE Santiam Sports Center, Inc.

Santiam Medical Clinic

Core Member 250 NW 9th Ave. Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2881

LODGING & ACCOMODATIONS Elkhorn Valley Inn

33016 North Fork Rd. SE Lyons, OR 97358

503-897-3033 www.elkhornvalleyinn.com

The Lodge at Detroit Lake Core Member 175 N Detroit Ave. Detroit, OR 97342 503-854-3344 www.lodgeatdetroitlake.com

LUMBER COMPANY Freres Lumber Co. Inc.

141 14th St. Lyons, OR 97358 frereslumber.com

MANUFACTURER Frank Pellets LLC

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47983 Lyons-Mill City Dr. Lyons, OR 97358

1401 N 10th Ave. Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-2175 www.santiamhospital.org Core Member 280 S. 1st Ave. Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-4100 www.santiamhospital.org/ clinic-Santiam-Medical.php

Santiam Vision Source Core Member 383 S 1st Ave. Mill City, OR 97360 503-769-3441 www.santiamvisionsource.com

NEWS MEDIA KYAC 94.9 FM Community Radio

280 NE Santiam Blvd. Mill City, OR 97360

503-897-6397 www.kyacfm.org

NEWSPAPERS & PUBLISHERS The Canyon Weekly 415 NE Santiam Blvd. Mill City, OR 97360

503-990-3037 www.thecanyonweekly.com

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Our Town / Mt. Angel Publishing, Inc.

400 N Third Ave. Stayton, OR 97383 503-769-9525 www.ourtownlive.com

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PET GROOMING Bone Yard Village Core Member 721 Santiam Blvd. NE Mill City, OR 97360 503-910-0492 www.boneyardvillage.com

PHARMACY Mill City Pharmacy

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218 SW Broadway Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2331

PHONE SERVICE PROVIDER People’s Telephone Co. (PTC) 502 N 2nd Ave. Stayton, OR 97383 503-859-3332 www.ptc-web.com

PRINTING & DESIGN The Canyon Weekly

415 NE Santiam Blvd. Mill City, OR 97360

503-990-3037 www.thecanyonweekly.com

Our Town / Mt. Angel Publishing, Inc.

400 N Third Ave. Stayton, OR 97383 SPONSOR 503-769-9525 www.ourtownlive.com

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Rex Images Core Member 877 Swift St. Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2691 www.reximages.com

White Water Signs Core Member 122 River View St. Gates, OR 97346 503-804-3613 www.whitewatersigns.com

PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS Rex Images Core Member 877 Swift St. Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2691 www.reximages.com

PUBLIC AGENCIES City of Mill City Core Member 441 S 1st Ave. Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2302 ci.mill-city.or.us

City of Detroit Core Member 160 N Detroit Ave. Detroit, OR 97342 503-854-3496 detroitoregon.us

Marion County Board of Commissioners

555 Court St. NE Salem, OR 97301 503-588-5212 www.co.marion.or.us

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SPONSOR

RADIO STATION KYAC 94.9 FM Community Radio

280 NE Santiam Blvd. Mill City, OR 97360

503-897-6397 www.kyacfm.org

REAL ESTATE Sandy Lyness Real Estate Investments

49258 SE Kingwood Ave. Mill City, OR 97360

503-551-2645 www.sandylynessrealestate.com

RECYCLING Pacific Sanitation, Inc. Core Member 3475 Blossom Dr. NE Salem, OR 97305 503-393-1031 www.pacsan.net


such as Diabetes/Hypertension Preventative Care • Sports Medicine Pediatrics • Geriatrics • Womens’ Health Care A lFirstLine w A y s Therapy™ A c c e p(Physician ting n e w Weight pAtie nts Assisted Loss) And All types of insurAnces

• General Medicine • Treatment of Chronic Illness 5 0 3 . such 7 6 9 as . 2 Diabetes/Hypertension 6 4 1 • 1 3 7 5 N . 1 0• tPreventative h A v e . , SCare tayton H o u r s• M o n d a y F r i d a y 8 a . m . t o 4 : 3 Sports Medicine • Pediatrics • Geriatrics 0 p . m .

• Womens’ Health Care • FirstLine Therapy™ (Physician Assisted Weight Loss)

Lance Large, MD

Kelly Hanh Ramirez, PA-C

Maria Fife, FNP-BC

Kelsey Conklin, FNP-C, DNP

503.769.2641 • 1375 n. 10th Ave., stayton Hours: Mon-fri 8am to 4:30pm; saturday 8am to 4pm

Santiam RV Storage Patricia & Tim Sauls Owner/Proprietors Individual lock key storage Owners live on grounds Security gate and cameras

503-897-4746 • Fax 503-897-3627

30190 N. Santiam Hwy • PO Box 996 Mill City, OR 97360

Hours: M-F 8-5 Sat 9-3 Sunday closed

and HARDWARE too!

503-897-2363 757 Highway 22 East, Mill City

www.kellylumbersales.com

Electrical• Lumber • Siding • Hardware

Pine Panelling • Cedar Products • Roofing

ING VALSPAR P B M U L AINT • OD • P CEMEN O W Y L P T • INS • R E B ULATIO M U L N FINISH

MOULDINGS • DOORS • CONCRETE MIX • WINDOWS • GARDEN SUPPLIES

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RECYCLING – WHOLESALE SPORTING GOODS RESTAURANTS Bone Yard Village

RETREAT & CONFERENCE CENTERS Elkhorn Valley Inn

Core Member 721 Santiam Blvd. NE Mill City, OR 97360 503-910-0492 www.boneyardvillage.com

33016 North Fork Rd. SE Lyons, OR 97358

503-897-3033 www.elkhornvalleyinn.com

Poppa Al’s Famous Hamburgers

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SPONSOR

198 NE Santiam Blvd. Mill City, OR 97360

Red Barn Bar and Grill SPONSOR

Core Member 20146 Ferry Rd. SE Stayton, OR 97383 503-859-4488 www.trexlerfarm.com

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Rosie’s Mountain Coffee House

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SPONSOR

647 Santiam Blvd. NE Mill City, OR 97360

503-897-2378 www.rosiesscones.com

Trexler Farm, Inc. Core Member 20146 Ferry Rd. SE Stayton, OR 97383 503-859-4488 www.trexlerfarm.com

P.O. Box 785 Lyons, OR 97358 503-510-4396 www.facebook.com/ NorthSantiamCanyonCalendar/

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ROAD CONSTRUCTION Northrock, Inc.

916 Main St. Lyons, OR 97358 503-859-2826

47129 Lyons-Mill City Dr. Lyons, OR 97358

503-769-3436 www.north-rock.com

ROCK PRODUCTS Northrock, Inc.

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Core Member 122 River View St. Gates, OR 97346 503-804-3613 www.whitewatersigns.com

SOUVENIRS North Santiam Canyon Calendar

Trexler Farm, Inc.

503-897-2223

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SIGNS White Water Signs

47129 Lyons-Mill City Dr. Lyons, OR 97358

503-769-3436 www.north-rock.com

SALON Expressions Salon and Gifts Core Member 811 Main St. Lyons, OR 97358 503-859-2080

SPORTING GOODS Santiam Sports Center, Inc. Core Member 250 NW 9th Ave. Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2881

STATIONARY STORE Mill City Pharmacy

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SPONSOR

218 SW Broadway Mill City, OR 97360 503-897-2331

TOURISM INFORMATION Detroit Lake Recreation Area Business Association

UTILITIES Pacific Power

825 NE Multnomah Portland, OR 97232 1-888-221-7070 www.pacificpower.net

VETERINARY SERVICES Ark Animal Care Core Member 41805 Stayton-Scio Rd. Stayton, OR 97383 503-767-2755 www.arkanimalcare.org

WEBSITE DESIGN The Canyon Weekly

415 NE Santiam Blvd. Mill City, OR 97360

503-990-3037 www.thecanyonweekly.com

WHOLESALE SPORTING GOODS The Lake Center Core Member 305 Lakecrest Dr. Detroit, OR 97342 503-854-3945

Core Member 215 D St. Detroit, OR 97342 www.detroitlakeoregon.org

Mill City Market Place

Fresh meats cut daily • Great produce • Beverages & snacks • Lotto • Hot soup daily Fresh-baked breads & pastries • Homemade casseroles • Northwest Deep Fried Chicken Corn dogs • Burritos • Jojos • Strips • Iced Mochas & Freezies • Salads and desserts Ice cream and frozen yogurt • Cold deli with sliced lunch meats & cheeses Ice • Paper plates • Plastic Utensils Briquets & fuel • Lantern fuel Garbage bags • Matches Bug repellent • Water, coolers, cups

MC Market Place

First Ave.

ALL YOUR PICNICKING NEEDS

Bridge Highway 22

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West to Lyons Santiam Sports Center Circle K

503-897-2006 Mill City on First Avenue

OPEN EVERY DAY Mon-Sat: 8-8 Sun: 9-7 Deli: Mon-Sat: 8-5 Sun: 9-5


Freres Lumber Co. Inc. has been manufacturing wood products in the Santiam Canyon since 1922.

The company’s 480 employees safely and conscientiously produce lumber, veneer and plywood to meet America’s residential, commercial and industrial needs. Freres truck drivers haul millions of miles annually, providing a valuable delivery service to our customers. 2016 marks the ninth anniversary of operation of Evergreen Biopower LLC, which provides wood-fired steam to our manufacturing facilities and produces enough renewable electricity to meet the needs of 7,000 local households. Please visit us at frereslumber.com if you are interested in current job openings or simply wish to learn more about our company. You may also join our Facebook community at www.facebook. com/frereslumberco. Freres mills and power plant are open for tours.

An Equal Opportunity Employer PO Box 276 • Lyons OR 97358 • 503-859-2121 • FAX 503-859-2112 North Santiam Canyon Guide & Business Directory 2017 | 35


Alphabetical Directory A Ark Animal Care 503-767-2755 Medical Services, Veterinary Services

Detroit Market 503-854-3767 Convenience Store, Grocery

Bronze Member

Core Member

E

B

Elkhorn Valley Inn 503-897-3033

Benchmark Builders 503-871-3344 Construction, Contractor

Bed and Breakfast, Lodging & Accomodations, Retreat & Conference Centers

Core Member

Gold Member

Bone Yard Village 503-910-0492

Expressions Salon and Gifts 503-859-2080

Pet Grooming, Restaurants

Beauty Products, Salon

Core Member

Core Member

C

F

Canyon Crisis Center 503-897-2327 Community Assistance

Farmers Insurance – Michael Bochsler 503-767-7777

Bronze Member

Financial Services, Insurance

Canyon Gleaners 503-897-4031 Community Assistance

Core Member

The Canyon Weekly 503-990-3037

Newspapers, Printing & Design, Website Design

Gold Member

City of Detroit 503-854-3496

Bronze Member

Focus Heating and Construction 503-769-7519 Construction, Heating and Air Conditioning

Gold Member

Frank Pellets LLC 503-897-2371 Manufacturer

Bronze Member

Freres Lumber Co. Inc.

Government, Public Agencies

Lumber Company

Core Member

Silver Member

City of Mill City 503-897-2302

G

Government, Public Agencies

Core Member

D Dave Valencia, State Farm Insurance 503-769-1800 Insurance

Core Member

Davison Auto Parts 503-859-2100 Auto Parts

Core Member

Detroit Lake Marina 503-854-3423 Marina

Core Member

Detroit Lake Recreation Area

Business Association, Community Development, Tourism Information

Core Member

Gates Community Church of Christ 503-897-3210 Church

Core Member

The Lodge at Detroit Lake 503-854-3344

Lodging & Accomodations

Core Member

M Marion County Board of Commissioners 503-588-5212 Public Agencies

Bronze Member

Mill City Pharmacy 503-897-2331 Gift Shop, Pharmacy, Stationary Store

Bronze Member

N North Santiam Canyon Calendar 503-510-4396 Souvenirs

Bronze Member

North Santiam Eagles Lodge #3384 503-897-3100 Event Center, Fraternal Organization

Core Member

North Santiam Funeral Service 503-769-9010 Funeral Homes

Core Member

Northrock, Inc. 503-769-3436 Road Construction, Rock Products

Bronze Member

NW Preferred Federal Credit Union 503-769-3489

K

Banks, Financial Services

Kelly Lumber Sales 503-897-2363

O

Building Supplies, Hardware Store

Core Member

KYAC 94.9 FM Community Radio 503-897-6397

Communications, News Media, Radio Station

Gold Member

L The Lake Center 503-854-3945 Wholesale Sporting Goods

Core Member

Core Member

Our Town / Mt. Angel Publishing, Inc. 503-769-9525 Newspapers & Publishers, Printing & Design

Bronze Member

P Pacific Power 1-888-221-7070 Utlities

Gold Member

Pacific Sanitation, Inc. 503-393-1031 Garbage, Recycling

Core Member

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People’s Telephone Co. (PTC) 503-859-3332

Santiam Vision Source 503-769-3441

Silver Member

Stayton Law 503-769-7741

Internet Access Provider, Phone Service Provider

Pillar to Post Home Inspections 503-865-8775 Home Inspections

Core Member

Poppa Al’s Famous Hamburgers 503-897-2223

Medical Services

Core Member

Legal Services

Core Member

T Trexler Farm, Inc. 503-859-4488 Restaurants, Retreat & Conference Centers

Restaurants

Core Member

Bronze Member

U

R Red Barn Bar and Grill 503-859-2826 Restaurants

US Bank Mill City 503-897-2361

Banks, Credit Card Processing, Financial Services

Bronze Member

Silver Member

Rex Images 503-897-2691

W

Printing & Design, Promotional Products

Weddle Funeral Services 503-769-2423

Core Member

Funeral Homes

Rosie’s Mountain Coffee House 503-897-2378

White Water Signs 503-804-3613

Coffee & Espresso, Restaurants

Bronze Member

S Sandy Lyness Real Estate Investments 503-551-2645 Real Estate

Silver Member

Santiam Heating & Sheet Metal, Inc. 503-769-8483

Furnances, Heating and Air Conditioning

Core Member

Santiam Hospital 503-769-2175 Birthing Center, Hospital, Medical Services

Gold Member

Santiam Medical Clinic 503-897-4100 Medical Services

Core Member

Santiam Sports Center, Inc. 503-897-2881 Liquor Store, Sporting Goods

Core Member

Core Member

Printing & Design, Signs

Core Member


Residential • New Home • Remodels Service Work • Water Heater Installations

H. Frank Storey, OD Richard Neahring, MD

Licensed • Bonded • Insured

515 N. Third Ave., Stayton • 503-769-3441 383 S. First St., Mill City • 503-769-3441 www.SantiamVisionSource.com

( 503) 859-3330 Kurt Carpenter Owner

CCB# 40394

PO Box 610 Lyons, OR 97358

Davison

AutoSincePArts 1918 Eleven Locations to Serve You

Stayton

503-769-2141 145 N Third Ave

McMinnville Sheridan Monmouth

Mehama 503-859-2100

Woodburn Carlton Reedsport

21385 N Santiam Hwy

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Reference EMERGENCY...................... 911 Linn County Sheriff’s Office (business calls).................... 1-800-884-3911 Marion County Sheriff’s Office (business calls)................ 503-588-5032 Canyon Crisis Center............................ 503-897-2327 Poison Control Hotline1-800-452-7165 Detroit Ranger District......................... 503-854-3366 CARTS Bus Service............................... 503-585-5187 ODOT Highway Conditions................... 503-378-2299

COUNTY OFFICES Linn County Offices (general services), .......................... 300 Fourth St. SW, Albany................ 541-967-3880 Marion County Offices (general services), ..................... 451 NE Division St., Salem............... 503-588-5037

GATES Gates City Hall, PO Box 577, Gates, 97346.................... 503-897-2669

NORTH SANTIAM COMMUNITY PROFILES POP.

LYONS Lyons City Hall, 449 Fifth St................. 503-859-2167 Lyons Public Library, 279 Eighth St....... 503-859-2366 Lyons Rural Fire District (business calls), ........................ 1114 Main St................................... 503-859-2410

283

633ft.

Mill City (Linn/Marion County)

1865

826 ft.

503-897-2302

SCSD

Gates (Marion County)

485

942ft.

503-897-2669

SCSD

Detroit (Marion County)

265

1595ft.

503-854-3496

SCSD

HOSPITAL

Permits and other information............. 503-769-3400

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

NSSD

North Santiam School District office (NSSD),.......... 1155 N Third Ave., Stayton.............. 503-769-6924 Mari-Linn School, 641 Fifth St., Lyons... 503-859-2154 Stayton High School, 757 Locust St., Stayton................... 503-769-2171 Stayton Middle School.......................... 503-769-2198

GROW North Santiam.......................... 503-871-5188

Chemeketa Community College............ 503-399-5120

North Santiam Chamber of Commerce, .......................... PO Box 222, Mill City....................... 503-897-5000

UTILITIES & SERVICES

North Santiam Canyon Economic Development Corporation..................................... 503-897-2295

Northwest Natural

Chemeketa Center For Business & Industry, .................... 626 High St, Salem.......................... 503-584-7310

Gas odor emergencies...................... 1-800-882-3377

Lyons - Mehama Water District............. 503-859-2367

SCHOOLS

MEHAMA

Regis High School, 550 W Regis St., Stayton.................... 503-769-2159

Mehama Fire Department (business calls)...................... 503-769-2601

NSSD

Mehama (Marion County)

BURN INFORMATION

Idanha-Detroit Rural Fire Protection District, .................. 107 Highway 22.............................. 503-854-3494

503-859-2167

660ft.

DETROIT

Idanha City Hall, 111 Highway 22....... 503-854-3313

SCHOOL DISTRICT

1168

Santiam Memorial Hospital, ........................................... 1401 N Tenth Ave., Stayton.............. 503-769-2175

IDANHA

CITY HALL

Lyons (Linn County)

Gates Rural Fire Protection District....... 503-897-2929 Detroit City Hall, 160 N. Detroit Ave.... 503-854-3496

ELEV.

Natural Gas Business calls................................... 1-800-422-4012

Electricity Consumers Power Inc........................... 800-872-9036 Pacific Power

St Mary Catholic School, ................................................. 1066 N Sixth Ave., Stayton.............. 503-769-2718

Business calls................................... 541-967-6153

Lourdes Charter School, 39059 Jordan Rd, Scio............... 503-394-3340

Telephone

Santiam Canyon School District (SCSD) office, ................ 150 SW Evergreen, Mill City............. 503-897-2321

Business calls....................................... 503-859-2136

Gates Elementary School, .............................................. 40151 Gates School Road, Gates...... 503-897-2191

Stayton Cooperative Telephone Company........................ 503-769-2121

Trash and Recycling

Mill City Water Bills, 252 Cedar St. SW. 503-897-2302

Santiam Elementary, ..................................................... 450 SW Evergreen, Mill City............. 503-897-2368

Mill City Police/Linn Co Sheriff. (business calls), ............... 252 Cedar St. SW ............................. 503-897-2301

Santiam Junior/Senior High School, 265 SW Evergreen Road, Mill City................................. 503-897-2311

MILL CITY Mill City City Hall, 4445 1st Ave........... 503-897-2302 Mill City Municipal Court, 252 Cedar St. SW.................... 503-897-2302 Mill City Public Library, 250 SW Second Ave................... 503-897-4143 Mill City Rural Fire District (business calls)...................... 503-897-2390

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Outages........................................... 1-877-548-3768 People’s Telephone Co (Lyons) Repair................................................. 503-859-2124

Marion County Public Works, Environmental Services... 503-588-5169 Pacific Sanitation................................. 503-393-1031


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Family Birth Center • • • •

Compassionate & Highly-Trained RNs TOTS Infant Security Birth Options & Labor Tubs OHSU NICU Telemedicine Support

Emergency • Open 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week • You will be Seen & Treated in a Timely Manner • Competent, Experienced and Caring ER Physicians, Nurses, & Paramedics

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