Beginning development as early as the 1840’s, Halsey (pronounced Hall-see) was named after then Vice-President of the Willamette Valley Railway, William L. Halsey. The train depot was built in 1870-1871 and is the oldest depot in all of Oregon. It is located just off of I-5 halfway between Eugene and Albany.
This quaint farming town offers 956 residents peaceful, affordable living and provides all the basic necessities of life.
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