Polk County Bank 295 Main Street E.

Historic Downtown Monmouth

Polk County Bank 295 Main Street E.

Monmouth, Oregon 97361, United States

Created By: City of Monmouth - Historic Commission


Built in 1889, the northern half was rebuilt in 1896 after a fire destroyed much of the downtown. It hosted the area’s first bank until 1922, and then served as the office of Monmouth’s weekly newspaper, the Monmouth Herald, until 1969. This Queen Anne Style commercial building is on the National Register of Historic Places.

This point of interest is part of the tour: Historic Downtown Monmouth


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