County: Yamhill
Zip Codes: 97132


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Newberg, Oregon

Newberg, Oregon is home to many of the finest winery's and vineyards in the entire country.  People will come to Newberg just to go on wine tours.  Another popular reason people come to Newberg is to go to George Fox University.



Employment Opportunities

Employment opportunities:

Click here for a list of the large employers in Newberg.


The Town Flyer is the local bus service that makes a loop through Newberg every hour.

Dial-A-Ride is a curb service for seniors and handicapped.

Sportsman Airpark is a privately owned, general aviation airport that is available for public use.

Chehalem Valley Transit 503-538-7433 M-F, 8-4.


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Religious Affiliations

There is an abundant amount of religious affiliations in Newberg.  Click here for a list of all the churches, synagogues, temples and mosques in Newberg, Oregon.

Park and Recreation Information

Click here for your guide to Newberg Oregon Parks and Recreation information. 

Dog Park

Ewing Young Park is located at 1201 S. Blaine St. in Newberg, OR.  There are fenced areas for large and small dogs.  Water, dog bags, garbage, and some places to sit are available.


Cameo Theatre, Twin Cinemas, and 99W Drive-in, 304 E 1st St, Newberg OR Phone: (503) 538-2738

Chehalem Services is a performing arts theater. 518 East 1st Street, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 554-9473

The DreamGiver's Inn is a Bed and Breakfast establishment. 7150 NE Earlwood Road, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 625-1476

Chehalem Mountain Ranch and Therapy Riding Center offers pony birthday parties. 23185 Southwest Jaquith Road, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 314-3176

Chehalem Glenn Golf Course is an 18 hole championship course. 4501 East Fernwood Road, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-5800

The Black White Gallery, 618 East Sheridan Street, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 320-1087


According to the 2000 census the population was 18,064 people
97.8 % were one race
90.5% were White
0.4% were Black or African American
0.6% were American Indian and Alaska Native
1.0% were Asian
0.1% were Asian Indian
0.3% were Chinese
0.1% were Filipino
0.2% were Japanese
0.2% were Korean
0.1% were Vietnamese
0.1% were other Asian
0.2% were Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander
.1% were Native Hawaiian
1 person was Guamanian or Chamorro
6 people were Samoan
0.1% were other Pacific Islander
5.1% were some other race
2.2% were two or more races

Population 3 years and over enrolled in school was 5,667
389 were Nursery school, preschool
291 were Kindergarten
2,215 were Elementary school (grades 1-8)
1,049 were High school (grades 9-12)
1,723 were College or graduate school

10,399 of the population was 25 years and older. Of those:
6.3% had less than 9th grade
11.7% had 9th to 12th grade, no diploma
27.8% had High school graduate (includes equivalency)
26.8% had Some college, no degree
6.6 had an Associate degree
13.4% had a Bachelor’s degree
7.3% had a Graduate or professional degree

5.1% made Less than $10,000
5.8% made $10,000 to $14,999
14.3% made $15,000 to $24,999
14.6% made $25,000 to $34,999
16.4% made $35,000 to $49,999
29.5% made $50,000 to $74,999
9.2% made $75,000 to $99,999
3.5% made $100,000 to $149,999
1.3% made $150,000 to $199,999
0.2% made $200,000 or more
$44,206 was the Median household income (dollars)


Newberg City Library features classes, readings, and movies in addition to a wide selection of materials in English and Spanish.


Masonic Temple, 402 E Sheridan St, Newberg, OR 97132 Phone: (503) 538-2488

Newberg Soccer Club promotes all parts of the game and offers competitive opportunities for kids.

This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it is a library-sponsored club open to middle & high school youth and meets the 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:00PM-8:00PM.  Contact: K'Lyn Hann 503.554.7732

Newberg Rotary has noon meetings every Wednesday.

Newberg Early Birds Rotary meets every Thursday at 7:00 am.  They meet at the George Fox University, cap & gown room, 414 N Meridian.

Newberg Rifle & Pistol Club promotes safe shooting environment and classes.

Chehalem Glenn Golf Course, 4501 E Fernwood Rd, Newberg, OR  97132 Phone:  (503) 538-5800


Newberg Restaurants:

Painted Lady, 201 S College St, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-3850

Pasquale's Restaurant serves Italian food. 111 W 1st St, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-0910

Ixtapa Restaurant serves Mexican food. 307 E 1st St, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-5956

The Coffee Cottage, 808 E Hancock St, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-5126

Shari's Restaurant, 1000 N Springbrook Rd, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-2194

Yamhill Grill, 2818 Portland Rd, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 537-2900

Lago De Chapala Mexican Restaurant, 1906 Portland Rd, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-3823

Cancun Restaurant serves Mexican food. 714 E 1st St, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 537-1036

J's Restaurant & Lounge, 2017 Portland Rd, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-5925

Abby's Pizza Inn, 1913 Portland Rd, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-3800

Lil Cooperstown Pub & Grill, 705 N Springbrook Rd, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-9405

Urban Cellar, 1505 Portland Rd # 110, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 487-6142

Finnegan's Mill, 2810 Portland Rd, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-0611

Dark Horse Wine Bar, 1505 Portland Rd # 230, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-2427

Lucky Fortune, 400 E 1st St, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-0503

Peking House Chinese Restaurant, 607 E 1st St, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-1800

Nara Teriyaki, 214 N Main St, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-8949

French Bear Inc, 107 S College St, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-2609

Huckabee's Family BBQ, 204 Highway 99W, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 554-1250

Asian Bistro, Ste A, 2316 Portland Rd, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-8822

Vineyard Steak House, 607 E 1st St, Newberg, OR Phone: (503) 538-8463


Fall Sports with Chehalem Park and Recreation District

Middle School Cross Country

Little Big Kicks Soccer for children 3-5.

CPRD Youth Soccer is for children grades K-4.

Extreme League Soccer is for 5th and 6th graders.

CPRD Youth Football is for 3rd and 4th graders.

NFL Punt, Pass and Kick are for boys and girs 8 through 15 years of age.

Middle School Wrestling is for all 6th-8th graders.

Middle School Football is for 5th and 6th graders.

Middle School Volleyball is for girls grades 7-8.

Middle School Soccer is for 7th & 8th graders.

Pre-Season Football Conditioning Clinic for ages 10-14.

Tiger Cub Basketball are for grades K-2.

Lady Tiger Hoop Clinic are for grades 3-8.

Tiger Basketball Clinic are for grades 3-8.

Jr. Tiger Basketball are for children grades 3-6.

Middle School Basketball is for 7th & 8th grade girls.

MVP Basketball are for 7th & 8th graders.

Girls Fastpitch Softball Clinic are for girls 8-12.

Middle School Track

Girls Softball for girls 6-13 years of age.

Lacrosse for children grades 9-12.

Pee Wee Sports Camp for ages 5-9.

Youth Summer Camps offered for several sports and grade levels.

Adult Sports
Fall Volleyball

Open Gym Volleyball

City League Basketball

Church League Basketball

Womens League Basketball

Open Gym Basketball

City League Softball

Church League Softball

CoEd Volleyball

Mens Basketball

CoEd Softball

Tennis Lessons

City History

The Kalapuyas Indians lived in the Newberg area before the settlers. The first settlers to arrive were hunters and a number began settling at Champoeg approximately 7 miles southeast of Newberg. Soon after with an influx of pioneers, they found the Newberg area to be an attractive place and began clearing the land for farming. In 1869, Sebastian Brutscher, the first postmaster, named the town after his former hometown of Neuberg, Germany. William Hobson a Quaker minister came from Iowa and settled in the Chehalem Valley and soon a number of Quakers followed. Newberg was the first community in Oregon to hold Quaker services. Soon Pacific Academy was built by the Quakers. It was later named George Fox University.
Another interesting fact about the area was that Herbert Hoover moved there at the age of 9 to live with his uncle after his parents died. The house he lived in was turned into a museum called the Hoover-Minthorn House Museum. The town was dry at the time and no alcohol could be sold within the city limits.

Surrounding Cities: Sherwood, Dundee

City Pictures: Newberg, Oregon

Newberg Vineyards Newberg City Hall Newberg Public Library Newberg Skate Park
Newberg Welcome Sign George Fox University Geroge Fox Woodmar Hall George Fox University