Keizer Oregon

Until 1982, Keizer was an unincorporated area of Marion County called Salem-Keizer. In 1982, the city became incorporated (after the seventh attempt) and came to be known as the City of Keizer.

Keizer is the “Iris Capital of the World” and has an annual Iris Festival. The City also currently hosts the Keizer Holiday Lights Parade and Keizer is also known for the Gubser Neighborhood annual Miracle of Christmas Lights display.

Keizer Stadium is home to the Volcanoes, a minor league baseball team affiliated with the San Francisco Giants. The City of Keizer has 17 community and neighborhood parks and in the summer of 1999, a 20,000-square-foot skate park was opened. In the 1990s, Keizer had explosive growth in the city and was one of the fastest-growing towns in Oregon. With excellent schools, parks, and community spirit, Keizer has become a very desirable place to live. Keizer continues to thrive and has a lot to offer its residents.


Keizer has six elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school in its boundaries for public school choices.  It also has Crosshill Christian school which is a K-12 school.

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