The Redmond area includes the city of Redmond as well as the unincorporated, census-designated communities of Eagle Crest, Terrebonne, and Crooked River Ranch.
The city of Redmond (el. 3,077′) was established in 1906 around the intersection of what would become HWY 97 and HWY126. It is 26 miles south of Madras on HWY 97, 17 miles northeast of Bend on HWY 97, 20 miles east of Sisters on HWY 126, and 20 miles west of Prineville on HWY 126. In its early years, the town was bolstered by the Oregon Trunk Railway, which opened the town up for merchants and farmers. During World War II a U.S. Army
Eagle Crest (el. 3,000’) is large destination resort and census-designated place six miles east of Redmond. Established in the
Terrebonne (el. 2,871′) is an unincorporated community and census-designated place that straddles HWY 97 six miles north of Redmond. It is home to the annual 4 Peaks
The unincorporated rural area of Crooked River Ranch (el. 2,600′) is located 8 miles northwest of Terrebonne near the Crooked River arm of Lake Billy Chinook. The ranch itself dates back to 1910, however it didn't become a destination resort until 1972. It was re-zoned from recreational to rural/residential in 1980. In 1992, the site was re-zoned once more, this time as a residential subdivision.
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