"The Rock", as it is known to locals, can be seen from the base of the Blue Mountains on a clear day 12 miles away.
The City of Pilot Rock was named for the prominent basalt rock formation (pictured) located on the west side of the town which was visible from the old Oregon Trail and used as an aim point by wagon trains traveling Emigrant Pass and Cabbage Hill.
Pilot Rock is located in Northeastern Oregon approximately 15 miles south of Pendleton in the foothills of the Blue Mountains. It is a small community of 1505. The main industries are timber and agriculture. Pilot Rock is home to one mill: Boise Cascade /Kinzua Lumber, a lumber and pole mill.
Rolling hills of grass land and grain fields depict the land which lies at the base of the Blue Mountains. Pilot Rock is located at the confluence of East and West Birch Creeks, tributaries of the Umatilla River.
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NEXT CITY COUNCIL MEETING - January 21, 2020 at 7pm
The City is looking for Budget Committee members for the FY2021 Budget. If you are interested, please complete application (PDF) to City Hall.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEETING - Jan 2020 To be determined
We would love to hear your idea on a project that would help improve Pilot Rock. Send to teri.bacuscityofpilotrock.org or drop off at City Hall M-F 8am-5pm
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