The City of Coburg is located in the beautiful Willamette Valley, amidst the rolling Coburg Hills and the serene Oregon farmland, just 7 miles north of Eugene. First settled in 1847 by John Diamond and Jacob Spores, the small community gained fame for a beautiful stallion imported from Coburg Germany. The horse had such a reputation that the blossoming town was soon known simply as "Coburg." A fascinating heritage has awarded the City of Coburg recognition as a National Historic District, encompassing over 187 sites and structures. Coburg is also home to lush vegetation and beautiful scenery and encompasses 4 City parks and the 56 acre Armitage County Park that runs along the banks of the McKenzie River.
Schools are located within the 4J School Districtand include:
Grade School: Coburg Elementary
Middle School: Cal Young Middle School
High School: Sheldon High School