County Road 67

CHEHALEM DRIVE- Dating to 1871 - Begins on the west side of Newberg and runs north into the Chehalem Mountains. The mountains were named for the Chehalem Indians which were a division of the Kalapooian Indians. At one time, twenty bands of these Indians lived in the vicinity of these mountains.

INDEX

CRS 59 - CRS 59 full road survey packet - accepted 4/8/1863 in C.J. 2 page 285 - 60 ft. wide statutory

CRS 352 and CRS 352 full road packet - accepted 10/8/1891 in C.J. 11 pg. 120 - declared 40 ft. wide

CRS 432 - CRS 432 full road packet - accepted 6/5/1908 in C.J. 14 pg. 378 - surveyed 40 ft. wd.

CRS 440 - CRS 440 full road packet - accepted 5/8/1909 in C.J. 14 pg. 432 - petitioned 40 ft. wd.

CRS 448 - CRS 448 full road packet - accepted 10/7/1910 in C.J. 14 pg. 505 - petitioned 40 ft. wd.

CRS 448b full road packet - accepted 2/2/1910 in C.J. 14 pg. 472 - E'ly road platten in Fruitland Subdivision accepted as county road - no survey - platted 40 ft. wd.

Scanned maps:

CR 67 H.W. HERRING WORKSHEET #1

CR 67 H.W. HERRING WORKSHEET #2A

CR 67 H.W. HERRING WORKSHEET #2B

CR 67 H.W. HERRING WORKSHEET #2C

CR 67 H.W. HERRING WORKSHEET #2D

CR 67 H.W. HERRING WORKSHEET #3