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Oregon Unemployment Office Locations

Here are the addresses and phone numbers where specifically designed services for dislocated workers are offered. If you have questions or need assistance, please contact the office that serves the county where you live.





Albany 139 4th Avenue SE | Albany, Oregon 97321 Phone: (541) 967-2171
Astoria 450 Marine Drive Suite 110 | Astoria, Oregon 97103 Phone: (503) 325-4821
Baker City 1575 Dewey Avenue | Baker City, Oregon 97814 Phone: (541) 523-6331
Bend 1645 NE Forbes Road Suite 100 | Bend, Oregon 97701 Phone: (541) 388-6070
Brookings 16261 Highway 101 Suite #11 | Brookings, Oregon 97415 Phone: (541) 469-9836
Burns 809 W. Jackson Street Suite 400 | Burns, Oregon 97720 Phone: (541) 573-5251
Canyon City 120 S Washington St | Canyon City, Oregon 97820 Phone: (541) 575-0744
Coos Bay 990 S 2nd Street | Coos Bay, Oregon 97420 – Coos Bay 97420 Phone: (541) 756-8459
Corvallis 4170 SW Research Way | Corvallis, Oregon 97333 Phone: (541) 757-4261
Dallas 580 Main Street Suite B | Dallas, Oregon 97338 Phone: (503) 831-1950
Enterprise 104 Litch St | Enterprise, Oregon 97828 Phone: (541) 426-4972
Eugene 2510 Oakmont Way | Eugene, Oregon 97401 Phone: (541) 686-7601
Florence 3180 Hwy 101 N | Florence, Oregon 97439 Phone: (541) 997-1913
Grants Pass 1569 NE F Street | Grants Pass, Oregon 97526 Phone: (541) 476-1187
Hermiston 950 SE Columbia Drive Suite B | Hermiston, Oregon 97838 Phone: (541) 567-3381
Klamath Falls 801 Oak Avenue | Klamath Falls, Oregon 97601 Phone: (541) 883-5630
La Grande 1901 Adams Avenue | La Grande, Oregon 97850 Phone: (541) 963-7111
Lebanon 4157 NW Hwy 101 Suite 250 | Lincoln City, Oregon 97367 Phone: (541) 994-6992
Madras 281 SW 3rd Street | Madras, Oregon 97741 Phone: (541) 475-7118
McMinnville 370 NE Norton Ln | McMinnville, Oregon 97128 Phone: (503) 472-5118
Medford 119 N Oakdale Avenue | Medford, Oregon 97501 Phone: (541) 776-6060
Newport 120 NE Avery Street | Newport, Oregon 97365 Phone: (541) 265-8891
Ontario 375 SW 2nd Avenue | Ontario, Oregon 97914 Phone: (541) 889-5394
Oregon City 506 High St | Oregon City, OR 97045 Phone: (971) 673-6400
Pendleton 408 SE 7th Street | Pendleton, Oregon 97801 Phone: (541) 276-9050
Portland Metro Beaverton-Hillsboro 241 SW Edgeway Drive | Beaverton, Oregon 97006 Phone: (503) 526-2700
Portland Metro Gresham 19421 SE Stark Street | Gresham, Oregon 97233 Phone: (503) 669-7112
Portland Metro N/NE 30 N Webster Street Suite E | Portland, Oregon 97217 Phone: (503) 280-6046
Portland Metro SE 7916 SE Foster Road, Suite 104 | Portland, Oregon 97206 Phone: (503) 772-2300
Portland Metro Tualatin 7995 SW Mohawk Street | Tualatin, Oregon 97062 Phone: (503) 612-4200
Prineville 457 NE Ochoco Plaza Drive | Prineville, Oregon 97754 Phone: (541) 447-8076
Redmond 2158 SE College Loop Suite B | Redmond, Oregon 97756 Phone: (541) 548-8196
Roseburg 846 SE Pine Street | Roseburg, Oregon 97470 Phone: (541) 440-3344
Salem 605 Cottage Street NE | Salem, Oregon 97301 Phone: (503) 378-4846
St. Helens 500 N Highway 30 Suite 320 | St Helens, Oregon 97051 Phone: (503) 397-4995
The Dalles 700 Union Street Suite 105 | The Dalles, Oregon 97058 Phone: (541) 296-5435
Tillamook 2101 5th Street | Tillamook, Oregon 97141 Phone: (503) 842-4488
Woodburn 120 E Lincoln Street, Suite 115 | Woodburn, Oregon 97071 Phone: (503) 982-2817

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  1. Proof of self employment was not accepted and not given a reason why. I sent bank statements and merchant invoices just like it said to on the page for acceptable forms of proof.

  2. Calling the toll free PUA # is a joke. Is there an office where I can get help on person. I’ve been waiting for them to fix my claim now for 8 weeks. No one at PUA ever answers the phone. I need help and don’t know what to do.

  3. I have been on hold now for 8 days straight. Yesterday I held for 10 hours and didn’t talk to a single person. It’s absolutely ridiculous!!!

  4. The website doesn’t work. The phone number won’t even ring, much less get you a person. Your unemployment system is a complete JOKE set up to screw with people! FIX YOUR SHIT!

  5. Self employed. Uploaded weekly forms, and when I checked online, didn’t see a record of them. Reuploaded and got notification that I had to resign up. Went to re resign back up and was told I was unable to. Frustrating. Tried calling untold times, with the same problem as everyone else, can’t get hold of anyone.

    • Are you filing for PUA or reg U I benefits cuz all the phone lines are busy but you just keep calling and you will finally get through call before 2 cuz that way you will get through that day cuz I’ve waited on hold and when it turned 6 it hung up on me and hey my name is Gina Chapman look me up on Facebook and I will help you I’ve worked in the secretarial industry so I have some skills in this l

    • Christopher,

      I can understand your situation. There will be a delay considering the number of applications that are being processed. Please continue chasing the office/check your status online at regular intervals.

      • I sat on hold for 4 hours and nobody ever picked up the phone I am getting tired of waiting I need someone to contact me from the employment office but nobody is answering their phones this needs to be dealt with because they have cancel my claim that was not supposed to be canceled and they never called me back or told me to where to send information if anybody knows the correct number that will get me a live person and not the bullcrap automated service that gives me the same numbers that always get a big c signal I’d appreciate it

        • 1 833-410-1004 is this the number you called cuz you need to call before 2 p. m. To make sure you get through that day. The unemployment office is swamped and they are doing the best they can with what they’ve got and I assure you they will be more then willing to help you as soon as you get through just keep dialing it over and over until you finally get through and follow the prompts. I had trouble at first as well until I took some time and went to the website and read the frequently asked questions and it gave me all the answers I needed.

        • Cynthia,

          The Unemployment Office might be inundated with pending requests. Please visit the website to find the answers.

  6. I’ve tried to get thru by phone for 2 weeks to start claim only to get a dead phone dial tome from open to close. I cant file online cause I had a recent claim. How do i start this process if i cant get thru? Can i send a letter? Where? Plz help

    • Jenea,

      Please wait for a day or two for the authorities to change the system in line with the recent announcements.

      • , to start , I guess the first issue would be the 48 checks that unemployment kept sending to wrong address, also even tho direct deposit was set up , so I never received any chcks from you guys in the time period issue is in ,. So with unemployment keeps sending checks to wrong place I never received, this issue ended up to be one of the reasons I lost my home ,and I’m now currently homeless for almost a year ,thank you. But was told this would be fixed because I have shown , signed and proved everything on my part . Started dealing with some one named Britney from escalatetions abd that has been zero help for past couple months. Its been 4 months sense I have been able to get through to any one why is that ? This is probably the 20th contact us I have filled, just the documented ones. Ok so second issues you guys were asking for certain records which I proveded even though I lost my house and all my records of everything because you guys were sending all these checks to wrong places so I lost my house and belongings because of you guys , So…then was told hey it will be fine our apologize s LOL …… And your benefits will not be cut off , . Today I received a letter saying they were cut off , So……

  7. since December,2014, i lost my job. Am I entitled for Unemployment benefit?
    Working since 2001 or so for Ashland Food Coop, in Ashland Oregon. I am citizen of USA since 2004.

    • Please note you must have employment in the last 4 calendar quarters as they consider this period to determine eligibility. You must have applied immediately after being laid off back in Dec 2014.

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