City offices will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday on
Thursday, November 28 and Friday, November 29
Welcome to picturesque Rainier, Oregon!
Originally founded in 1851 by Charles E. Fox as Eminence; Rainier, Oregon provides a nice variety of scenic views, historical landmarks, local area entertainment, fishing, camping, and outdoor exploration; as well as easy access to City Life and Entertainment in Longview, WA and Portland, OR. River beach access within minutes and ocean beaches within 50 miles.
News and Announcements
Rainier city offices will be closed Monday, February 17, 2020 in observance of President's Day.
CITY OF RAINIER RECOGNIZED AS INJURY FREE WORKPLACE IN 2018-19
The League of Oregon Cities and CityCounty Insurance Services recognized the City of Rainier at the 94th Annual League of Oregon Cities Conference in Bend the weekend of September 27-28, 2019 for having no lost time injuries among its 18 full-time employees in the course of the reporting year.
The city and Mayor Jerry Cole were presented with the Gold Safety Award certificate at the annual meeting of municipal leaders.
"This award speaks highly of our employees and their attention to safety as they serve the city," said Mayor Jerry Cole. "Our staff is small and safe performance protects our workers, serves the public with consistent staffing levels, and keeps insurance costs low, all benefits to our community at large."
"The people of Rainier can be proud of the men and women who are dedicated to maintaining the quality of life in Rainier." - Mayor Jerry Cole
About Rainier, Oregon
This area shares an amazing variety of history; including the 'Lewis & Clark Trail' and a view of our namesake Mount Rainier and the impressive view of the northwest volcano, Mt. St Helens.
The Columbia County frontage of the Columbia River offers some of the best Sturgeon Fishing year around, and is also perfect for camping and water recreations.