Powers is a gateway to the Siskiyou National Forest and the road to it is part of the Coquille-Rogue Scenic Byway. Powers retains the close-knit, small-town character of a Pacific Northwest logging community. It is home to the historic Wagner House, it is said to be the oldest pioneer home in the region. There is an adjacent Railroad museum also. The year’s big event is White Cedar Days, held during the 4th of July.
Powers City Hall
275 Fir St.
PO Box 250
Powers Oregon 97466
Powers is nestled in a valley ringed ‘round by the steeply forested mountains of the Coast Range. It is 18 miles up a winding road from Highway 42, a major east-west road between US 101 and Interstate 5 near Roseburg.