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 opt- out of allowing psilocybin services within their borders.   Under Measure 109, local jurisdictions are automatically opted-in unless they elected to adopt an opt-out ordinance in the November 8, 2022 general election. 

Incorporated city land is subject to city regulation.  Unincorporated land outside of incorporated city limits is subject to county control.  As a result, a county’s vote to opt-out only applies to its unincorporated areas; cities within such counties could choose to remain opted in.

Even where a jurisdiction does not opt-out, land use analysis for real estate is a fact-intensive process, implicating local zoning and time, place, and manner restrictions.  If you have questions about land use or real estate in connection with Oregon psilocybin, feel free to email M109@emergelawgroup.com.


Disclaimer: This tracker is provided for informational purposes only, with no guarantee of its completeness or accuracy.  It is not legal advice.  Some jurisdictions may be missing from this map.  Local regulations for psilocybin services in Oregon are subject to change.  You should consult with a qualified lawyer before investing in or pursuing any business, real estate, or other activity that could carry costs or penalties.

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

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


Safe Counties (With Exceptions for Certain Cities That Have Opted Out)

Benton County

  • Philomath (Opted Out In 2022 Election)

Columbia County

  • Clatskanie (Opted Out In 2022 Election)
  • St. Helens (Opted Out In 2022 Election)

Deschutes County

  • La Pine (Opted Out In 2022 Election)
  • Redmond (Opted Out In 2022 Election)

Hood River County

  • Cascade Locks (Opted Out In 2022 Election)

Jackson County

  • Central Point (Opted Out In 2022 Election)
  • Eagle Point (Opted Out In 2022 Election)
  • Jacksonville (Opted Out In 2022 Election)
  • Rogue River (Opted Out In 2022 Election)
  • Shady Cove (Opted Out In 2022 Election)

Lane County

  • Coburg (Opted Out In 2022 Election)
  • Cottage Grove (Opted Out In 2022 Election)
  • Creswell (Opted Out In 2022 Election)
  • Dunes City (Opted Out In 2022 Election)
  • Junction City (Opted Out In 2022 Election)

Lincoln County

  • Toledo (Opted Out In 2022 Election)

Multnomah County

Wasco County

Washington County

  • Banks (Opted Out In 2022 Election)
  • Cornelius (Opted Out In 2022 Election)

Yamhill County

  • Amity (Opted Out In 2022 Election)
  • Carlton (Opted Out In 2022 Election)
  • Dundee (Opted Out In 2022 Election)
  • McMinnville (Opted Out In 2022 Election)
  • Newberg (Opted Out In 2022 Election)
  • Sheridan (Opted Out In 2022 Election)
  • Willamina (Opted Out In 2022 Election)

Counties That Opted Out (With Exceptions for Certain ‘Safe Haven’ Cities)

Baker County

  • Greenhorn (Safe Haven)
  • Haines (Safe Haven)
  • Richland (Safe Haven)

Clackamas County

  • Barlow (Safe Haven)
  • Canby (Safe Haven)
  • Happy Valley (Safe Haven)
  • Johnson City (Safe Haven)
  • Lake Oswego (Safe Haven)
  • Milwaukie (Safe Haven)
  • Oregon City (Safe Haven)
  • Portland (Safe Haven)
  • Rivergrove (Safe Haven)
  • Tualatin (Safe Haven)
  • West Linn (Safe Haven)
  • Wilsonville (Safe Haven)

Clatsop County

  • Astoria (Safe Haven)
  • Cannon Beach (Safe Haven)
  • Gearhart (Safe Haven)
  • Warrenton (Safe Haven)

Coos County

  • Powers (Safe Haven)

Crook County

Curry County

  • Gold Beach (Safe Haven)
  • Port Orford (Safe Haven)

Douglas County

  • Yoncalla (Safe Haven)

Gilliam County

  • Lonerock (Safe Haven)

Grant County

  • Canyon City (Safe Haven)
  • Dayville (Safe Haven)
  • Granite (Safe Haven)
  • John Day (Safe Haven)
  • Long Creek (Safe Haven)
  • Monument (Safe Haven)
  • Mount Vernon (Safe Haven)
  • Seneca (Safe Haven)

Harney County

Jefferson County

Josephine County

  • Grant Pass (Safe Haven)

Klamath County

  • Bonanza (Safe Haven)
  • Chiloquin (Safe Haven)
  • Klamath Falls (Safe Haven)
  • Malin (Safe Haven)

Lake County

  • Paisley (Safe Haven)

Linn County

  • Albany (Safe Haven)
  • Halsey (Safe Haven)
  • Idanha (Safe Haven)
  • Scio (Safe Haven)
  • Sodaville (Safe Haven)
  • Waterloo (Safe Haven)

Malheur County

Marion County

  • Aurora (Safe Haven)
  • Detroit (Safe Haven)
  • Donald (Safe Haven)
  • Gervais (Safe Haven)
  • Idanha (Safe Haven)
  • Mt. Angel (Safe Haven)
  • Salem (Safe Haven)
  • Scott Mills (Safe Haven)
  • Silverton (Safe Haven)

Morrow County

Polk County

  • Falls City (Safe Haven)
  • Monmouth (Safe Haven)
  • Salem (Safe Haven)

Sherman County

  • Grass Valley (Safe Haven)
  • Moro (Safe Haven)
  • Rufus (Safe Haven)
  • Wasco (Safe Haven)

Tillamook County

  • Bay City (Safe Haven)
  • Garibaldi (Safe Haven)
  • Manzanita (Safe Haven)
  • Rockaway Beach (Safe Haven)
  • Wheeler (Safe Haven)

Umatilla County

  • Adams (Safe Haven)
  • Helix (Safe Haven)
  • Ukiah (Safe Haven)
  • Weston (Safe Haven)

Union County

  • Elgin (Safe Haven)
  • Summerville (Safe Haven)

Wallowa County

  • Enterprise (Safe Haven)
  • Joseph (Safe Haven)
  • Lostine (Safe Haven)
  • Wallowa (Safe Haven)

Wheeler County

  • Mitchell (Safe Haven)

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