Oregon Psilocybin Services Act (Measure 109) Local Jurisdiction Tracker

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Mapping Oregon Psilocybin Services

Oregon’s Psilocybin Services Act (Measure 109) allows for local jurisdictions to vote to opt-out of allowing psilocybin services within their borders. Under Measure 109, local jurisdictions are automatically opted-in unless they elect to adopt an opt-out ordinance and refer it to local voters on the November 8, 2022 general election. The map below tracks the status of Measure 109 in these jurisdictions.

Incorporated city land is subject to city regulations. Land outside of the incorporated city limit is subject to the regulations of the unincorporated county. Even where a jurisdiction does not opt-out, land use analysis for real estate is a fact-intensive process. If you have questions about real estate in connection with Oregon psilocybin, feel free to email M109@emergelawgroup.com.

Last updated: August 11, 2022.

Circles represent cities, conforming to the same color-coding as counties.

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All counties and local jurisdictions that have taken steps toward opting-out of Measure 109 are discussed below, ordered alphabetically by county.

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Counties

Baker

  • 63.58% voted against Measure 109
  • Public hearing 7/20/22
  • Minutes

Benton

  • 36.61% voted against Measure 109
  • Public hearings 7/26/22 & 8/9/22
  • Agenda
  • Agenda

Clackamas

Clatsop

Columbia

  • 49.16% voted against Measure 109
  • Public hearings 7/27/22, 8/10/22 & 8/17/22
  • Agenda
  • Agenda
  • Agenda

Coos 

Crook 

Curry

Deschutes

Douglas

Gilliam

Grant

  • 66.63% voted against Measure 109
  • Public hearing 8/3/22
  • Agenda

Harney

  • 70.09% voted against Measure 109
  • Public hearings 7/20/22 & 8/3/22
  • Minutes
  • Agenda

Hood River

Jackson

  • 48.81% voted against Measure 109
  • Public hearings 7/13/22 & 7/27/22  
  • Ordinance referred to voters
  • Agenda
  • Agenda
  • News Article

Jefferson

Josephine

Klamath

Lake

Lane

  • 40.12% voted against Measure 109
  • Public hearing 7/12/22
  • Agenda

Linn 

  • 55.26% voted against Measure 109
  • Public hearings 7/12/22 & 7/26/22
  • Ordinance referred to voters
  • Minutes
  • Minutes
  • Memo
  • Memo

Malheur

Marion

Morrow 

Polk

  • 51.40% voted against Measure 109
  • Public hearing 7/19/22 & 8/10/22
  • Minutes
  • Agenda

Sherman

  • 65.58% voted against Measure 109
  • Public hearing 8/3/22
  • Agenda

Tillamook

Umatilla

Union

Wallowa

  • 65.10% voted against Measure 109
  • Public hearings 8/3/22 & 8/10/22
  • News Article

Wasco

  • 49.39% voted against Measure 109
  • Public hearing 6/29/22 & 7/6/22
  • Memo
  • Agenda

Washington

Wheeler

  • 65.16% voted against Measure 109
  • Public hearing 8/3/22
  • Ordinance referred to voters
  • Agenda
  • Meeting

Yamhill

  • 49.74% voted against Measure 109
  • Public hearing 7/14/22
  • Opt-out rejected
  • Agenda

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Municipalities

Albany (Linn County)

Amity (Yamhill County)

Ashland (Jackson County)

Aumsville (Marion County)

Baker City (Baker County)

Boardman (Morrow County)

Cannon Beach (Clatsop County)

  • Public hearing 8/2/22
  • Memo

Canyonville (Douglas County)

Cave Junction (Josephine County)

Central Point (Jackson County)

Coburg (Lane County)

Coquille (Coos County)

Corvallis (Benton County)

Cottage Grove (Lane County)

Cove (Union County)

Culver (Jefferson County)

Dallas (Polk County)

  • Public hearings 7/18/22 & 8/1/22
  • Ordinance referred to voters
  • Agenda
  • Minutes

Dunes City (Lane County)

Grants Pass (Josephine County)

Hermiston (Umatilla County)

Hubbard (Marion County)

Independence (Polk County)

John Day (Grant County)

Junction City (Lane County)

  • Ordinance referred to voters
  • Measure 20-300

Keizer (Marion County)

La Grande (Union County)

Lebanon (Linn County)

Medford (Jackson County)

Molalla (Clackamas County)

Newberg (Yamhill County)

North Bend (Coos County)

Nyssa (Malheur County)

Ontario (Malhuer County)

Pendleton (Umatilla County)

Phoenix (Jackson County)

Philomath (Benton County)

Prineville (Crook County)

Roseburg (Douglas County)

Sandy (Clackamas County) 

Seaside (Clatsop County)

Sweet Home (Linn County)

Toledo (Lincoln County)

Vale (Malheur County)

Winston (Douglas County)

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