Welcome to  Donald!

Welcome to the beautiful and quaint town of Donald, Oregon. The City has a rich history in agriculture, industry, business, and family. Sometime during the period of 1840 to 1860 Donald was first settled by farmers and loggers from the Midwest. By the early 1900’s Donald was a main station for the Oregon Electric Railway. From its railway heritage is how the city’s name came about. The City was named after R.L. Donald who was an official of the construction company that built the railway. The railroad in Donald is heavily used today.

Donald City Hall

10710 Main St. NE * PO Box 388

Donald, OR 97020

Phone: 503-678-5543

Fax: 503-678-2750

Limited Public Hours: 

Monday - Thursday

1:00pm - 3:00pm



Water & Sewer Emergency Pager #


Quick Docs
Public Notices

Click on the links below for current notices

Donald City Hall is


You may mail your ballot before

October 27, 2020 using the

prepaid postage envelope.


Nearby Ballot Drop Box Locations:

  • Woodburn Public Library: 280 Garfield St.

  • Canby Civic Building: 222 Ne 2nd Ave.

  • Canby Arneson Garden: 249 Sequoia Pkwy.

Marion Co. Clerks Office: 503-588-5041

Important Dates

Voter Registration Drive

Saturday, October 3rd at 12pm - 3pm

Outside of Donald Community Center

Donald Municipal Court

Thursday, October 8th at 10am

City Council Work Session

Monday, October 12th at 6:30pm

City Council Meeting

Tuesday, October 13th at 6:45pm

Water & Sewer Bills Due

Thursday, October 15th

Street Sweeper - Move Property Off Street

Monday, October 19th

Donald Beautification Group Meeting

Monday, October 19th at 6:45pm

Meter Reads

Friday, October 23rd

Happy Halloween!

Saturday, October 31st

The City is located 24 miles south of Portland and 27 miles north of Salem in the stunning Willamette Valley. Champoeg State Heritage Park, which is one of the State of Oregon’s most notable landmarks, is just four miles west. Six miles east of town is Willamette Aviation, Oregon’s third busiest airport. Donald’s unique location provides easy access to some of Oregon’s biggest cities and attractions while remaining a small rural community.

Where is Donald?