Community Spirit and small-town values are what make Boardman such a great place to live. Volunteers are the life line of the town volunteering for the schools, churches, fire department and other community organizations. From the Senior Center lunches to the Child Development Center residents both young and old are taken care of and take care of each other.
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If you have specific questions or need more information than you can find on this website please contact Diane or Sue at the Chamber office. We are here to help you learn everything you want to know about Boardman. Whether you are planning to relocate for a job, start a new business, or just visit us for a get-a-way! Make sure you stop in the chamber office when you are in town, as we have lots of information on Boardman and the State of Oregon.
Boardman - Homesteaded in 1903 - Incorporated in 1927. Named for Samuel Boardman, Oregon's first director of parks
North East Oregon
2006 - 12,125
Elected Mayor, 6 City Councilors
Semi-arid climate - warm and dry in the summer, cool and dry in the winter.