Welcome to the City of Siletz, Oregon

The City of Siletz was incorporated in 1946.  It is located on the Siletz River in the coast range mountains of Lincoln County, Oregon.  It encompasses approximately four hundred acres and sits at an elevation of 130 feet.  The city is approximately eight miles inland from the Pacific Ocean, thirteen miles northeast from the county seat of Newport and approximately seven miles north of Toledo.

Our climate is moist, marine and temperate with precipitation ranging between 75 and 100 inches annually.  Our vegetation consists primarily of Douglas Fir, Western Red Cedar, Sitka Spruce and Western Hemlock.

Siletz has a wide range of public and private amenities and services usually found in much larger cities.

We invite you to browse through our website for information on our city services, government, recreation, weather and emergency preparedness. And be sure to bookmark our site to return often.

Issue Date: August 6, 2021
Issued By: Lincoln County Fire Defense Board
Complete Burn Ban
Effective Date: Friday, August 13, 2021, at 8 am – until further notice
Use of Fire Pits / Gas Saws & Gas Hand Tools / Spark Causing Tools PROHIBITED


City of Siletz & Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Indians                                              WATER CURTAILMENT STAGE 2 ACTIVATED



Water Patrons of Siletz,

The City of Siletz, in accordance with Lincoln County and the Mid-Coast Water Conservation Consortium, has entered into our Water Conservation Plan Stage 2. The City of Siletz and the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians request:

Effective Wednesday, August 11, 2021 until further notice. Those voluntary restrictions are as follow:

  1. No vehicle, building, street or driveway washing.
  2. No filling of swimming pools or spas, fountains or waterfalls, except those carrying aquatic life.
  3. Discontinue scheduled flushing of water lines and fire-fighting drills involving water consumption.
  4. Suspend any planned expansions of water system, including the addition of new connections.
  5. Reduce indoor water use by fixing any indoor leaks.
  6. Immediate, mandatory curtailment of all irrigating of plants, lawns, fields or gardens (except between the hours of sundown and 8:00am.)

All residents and businesses are required to fully participate in curtailing water use pursuant to the provisions noted above

**City of Siletz is closed to the public, until further notice!

**Please make Utility Payments in the Silver Box Out Front City Hall


If you need to talk to someone at City Hall please call 541-444-2521 and if needed Schedule An Appointment