Founded in 1889, Enterprise Oregon is located in the northeast corner of Oregon. Enterprise is the County Seat and the largest town in Wallowa County with 1,940 residents.
Surrounded by wide-open prairies with mixed conifer forests to the north and the Eagle Cap Wilderness to the south Enterprise is nestled in the historic and scenic Wallowa Valley, ancient home of the Nez Perce.
Enterprise’s far-sighted city councilors have, over the years, invested in the well-being of the community resulting in a new hospital and a new sewer system. Enterprise also has a High School with 100% graduation rate and a teacher student ratio of 1:13, one of the lowest in the state.
More about the History of Enterprise
MARCH 24TH, 2020:
ALL CITY OF ENTERPRISE PUBLIC OFFICES AND FACILITIES WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW FOR THE FULL ANNOUNCEMENT RELEASED THIS MORNING.
ALL CITY OF ENTERPRISE FACILITIES CLOSED TO PUBLIC
MARCH 18TH, 2020:
FOLLOW UP: The Enterprise City Hall is NOT closed to the public. However, we urge citizens to use the drop box in front of the City Hall (the Safeway drop box is open as well, but we recommend the one in front of the office) and ONLY come into the City Hall when absolutely necessary. Also, please know we are working to try and get the capability to accept debit/credit cards in order to take payments via phone. If you have questions or concerns, please email us at:
We understand this is a trying time for a lot of people. Please know we are working continuously to try and adapt accordingly. The updates are constant, so please watch our Facebook page and website at www.enterpriseoreogn.org for further announcements and information as it comes available.
-Lacey McQuead, City Administrator
Enterprise City Hall102 E. North St.Enterprise, OR 97828
(541) 426-4196City Hall Email
Enterprise is located at 45°25'27" N, 117°16'37" W. According to the Wallowa County GIS department, the city occupies a 1.47 square miles or 938.16 acres. The town sits at the base of the Wallowa Mountains at an elevation of 3756' and receives about 12" of annual precipitation.