Welcome to

Maupin, Oregon

What's New

  • February 26, 2024Get City updates sent directly to your cell phone via text message! The City is launching TextMyGov, a program to increase communication from the City to residents. Notifications may include public meeting announcements, road closures, utility notifications and more. Sign Up for City Text Alerts
  • January 10, 2024The public is invited to an open house at the Civic Center on Wednesday, January 10 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. to meet and talk to the candidates for City Manager. There will be light snacks and refreshments. Please call City Hall if you have any questions.Open House: Meet the City Manager Candidates
  • January 9, 2024The Maupin Planning Commission will conduct a Public Hearing at a meeting scheduled for 4:30 p.m. on January 9, 2024, at the Maupin Civic Center and via videoconference. The purpose of the hearing is to consider an 11-lot subdivision to be completed in a single phase as proposed by Mr. Rob Miles.Public Hearing Notice

Move to Maupin

With affordable homes, friendly neighborhoods, and outdoor recreation in its backyard, Maupin is for people who are drawn to a small-town lifestyle.

Start a Business

Recent projects like installing high-speed internet and construction of the new Maupin Civic Center are drawing people looking for economic opportunity.

City Park

Visitors can camp out next to the Wild & Scenic Lower Deschutes River and explore the region’s world-class whitewater rafting and fishing.


The modern library is a community center for the region, providing books, movies, children’s activities, and important resources.


Our Town

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Maupin is located on the Lower Deschutes River at the crossroads between central and eastern Oregon and the Columbia River Gorge. Its unique location and landscape has made it a sought-after place for recreation and an increasingly desirable place to live. The town has a population of 431 people who are drawn to the small-town lifestyle and the Wild & Scenic Lower Deschutes River in their backyard. Visitors come for rafting, fishing, cycling, camping, and hunting, and stay for the friendly community. As we say around town, “There’s never a bad day in Maupin.”

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