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Courthouse Hours8am - 5pm, closed from 12pm - 1pm Mon-Fri
Thursdays closed from 12pm - 1:30pm
ADA ContactCoos: Thomas Lankford541.396.8372 (x 70030)
Curry: Thomas Lankford541.396.8372 (x 70030)
Trial Court AdministratorThomas Lankford541.396.8372 (x 70030)
Coos Main Address 250 N Baxter StCoquille, OR 97423 Map
Coos Mailing AddressCoos County Circuit Court250 N Baxter StCoquille, OR 97423
Curry Main Address 29821 Ellensburg AveGold Beach, OR 97444 Map
Curry Mailing AddressCurry County Circuit Court94235 Moore St. Suite 200 Gold Beach, OR 97444
Coos County was created on December 22, 1853, from parts of Umpqua and Jackson Counties. It was named after a local Indian tribe, the Coos, which has been variously translated to mean "lake" or "place of pines". (Credit: Oregon State Archives)
Curry County - In 1852 explorers discovered gold and other precious metals in the rivers and along the beaches of this area. As a result, settlement in the county was concentrated along the coast, depending primarily on water transportation. The slow development of inland transportation routes kept the county relatively isolated well into the twentieth century. While there is still some mining of cobalt, nickel, and chromium in the Gasaquet Mountain area, the economy has reoriented to agriculture and timber. Port Orford cedar (also known as Lawson's Cypress) and myrtlewood are important export products. (Credit: Oregon State Archives)
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