Welcome to Molalla
For over 100 years, the City of Molalla has prided itself on its rural roots, necessarily reinventing itself a few times in the process. It has gone from the world’s biggest source of teasel to a successful logging town, and along the way farms and ranches have succeeded in this small city in the fertile Willamette Valley. The industries still exist – farms and ranches and the more modern nurseries and microfarms. Molalla is a home to industry and a gateway to some stunning outdoors – just up the Molalla river in our own back yard. We have great restaurants, amazing history, and we’re surrounded by activities – whether it’s fishing, hunting, hiking, or rodeo. Take a look around, and let us be the first to say, “Welcome to Molalla.”
Special Events (and other fun stuff!)
Post My Bail!
Mugsey is locked up!
Welcome to Molalla is raising money to become a non-profit with our Molalla Mug Shot campaign! For a mere $12.00, you can help support this new and growing organization whose mission is to promote interaction between the people and businesses of Molalla to foster what we, as a city, offer each other and the outside world.
Molalla City Council
City Council Rocks!
OK, so maybe it’s not a ‘special event’, but come down and take in a city council meeting. Our local government operates under the Council-Manager form of government… Mayor Scott Keyser and six councilors serve as the city’s policy-making and legislative body.
Click here to access Molalla’s city website.
Treat your Siginicant Other to something delicious from any of our local restaurants. Be a Locavore Lover!!
The Molalla Current is a new online site manged by the City to help keep the public informed about all things happening in the city. Check out the site and register for breaking news and information.
1ST WEDNESDAY, EVERY MONTH
The Bulletin. Community Happenings. The Bulletin is the local paper, serving Molalla, Mulino, and Colton (and any in between). There’s a little bit of everything in here. History, news, city news, business news, real estate, charity work… Grab a copy or visit our FB page for an online flip-book.
An important year in Molalla
1913 turned out to be quite a year for Molalla. Molalla became The City of Molalla, the first steam engine came to town, and it was the first year of the Molalla Buckeroo.
Molalla Then and Now
Molalla’s roots are still very much in tact. As you drive around town and out into the countryside, you’ll find productive ranches and farms, logging operations, industry and commerce.
Molalla is the gateway to an amazing corridor for nature lovers. Come explore all Molalla has to offer...
Take a drive thru the country. See the farms, the ranches, the rivers, the trees. It's a drive you soon won't forget.
We moved out here for the property. We stayed for the small country feel and the lovely community.
Latest from the Blog
Willamette Valley Melons has their first annual pumpkin festival through October. Come and catch a pumpkin, get lost in the corn maze, and hang out with some live music, beverages, and food. You'll find it just west of Molalla on Dryland Rd (go south off of 211).
Molalla held its first Pride event September 12that Long Park. Around 60 people came to the event over the two hours, including Mayor Scott Keyser, Pastor Jon Hughes of Molalla United Methodist Church, and Pastor Lorin Darst of Macksburg Lutheran Church. The purpose...
Celebrate Molalla / Apple FestivalThe 3rdCelebrate Molalla & 45thApple Festival was held this year on Saturday September 18thto an eager community to get out of the house and reconnect with people and the city. In spite of morning drizzle and late afternoon...