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Eastern Oregon Land Surveyor

Eastern Oregon is filled with beautiful scenery, ghost towns, and vast mountain ranges. Eastern Oregon has a drier continental climate compared to Western Oregon, and there is a wide assortment of climates to enjoy outdoor recreational activities in Eastern Oregon. Surveyors have their work cut out for them when approaching any job in Eastern Oregon.

Surveying in Eastern Oregon comes with all the difficulties of any other region in Oregon. Finding a professional Surveyor to handle the needs of an entire region can be troublesome, but the professional Surveyors and Engineers at Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. are highly recommended for any surveying job in Eastern Oregon. Our team is trained, experienced, and have all the tools necessary to deliver a professional Surveying service.


We offer our full range of surveying services, including:

  • Partition/Subdivision Surveys
  • Subdivision Planning
  • Construction Staking
  • Route Surveys
  • Easement and Legal Descriptions
  • Utility Company Surveys
  • Boundary Line Adjustments
  • Boundary Surveys
  • Topographic Site Surveys
  • ALTA Surveys
  • Cadastral Surveys
  • FEMA Flood Elevation Certificates
  • LOMA ELOMA LOMR Submittals

If you have any questions regarding Professional Surveying, Civil Engineering, or Water Rights Examinations in Eastern Oregon, contact the professionals at Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. Our years of experience and technical knowledge will get the job done right the first time. Give us a call for more information (541)447-7791.


Bend

Bend, Oregon is on the boundary of the Eastern Cascades Slopes and Foothills. The geography in the area is similar to surrounding areas of Oregon and Bend is one of only three cities in the United States to have an extinct volcano within city limits. Tracking down a trustworthy Land Surveyor can be a tall order for residents of Bend, Oregon. Luckily, Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. offers their professional Surveying, Engineering, and Water Rights Examination services to the residents of Bend. If you need assistance, or would like to schedule a Land Survey, please contact us directly through our contact form located on this website.

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La Pine

La Pine, Oregon has geographical features like the surrounding parts of Oregon. Views of the Cascades are a common feature and Little Deschutes River is a hot spot for river activities. The city itself is 6.98 mi.² and has remained an unincorporated community for years. Residents of La Pine enjoy a healthy population count of 1,653 as of the 2010 census. Being an isolated region of Central Oregon, La Pine often leaves its residents to fend for themselves for surveying services. Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. is proud to offer professional Surveying Services to La Pine, Oregon. If you need professional Surveying, Civil Engineering, or Water Rights Examination Services in La Pine, Oregon, contact the friendly professionals at Armstrong for a free quote.

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Redmond

Redmond, Oregon is a 15.5 mi.² town that resides on a plateau in Deschutes County. Because Redmond resides on a plateau, the climate is similar to high desert, and is classified as a steppe climate. The population of 26,215(as of the 2010 census) enjoy many outdoor activities including mountain biking, fishing, hiking, camping, rock climbing, white-water rafting, skiing, and golf. Roberts Field is located in Redmond and is the region’s only commercial airline service airport. Being a smaller town does not mean Redmond, Oregon should be limited to professional services. Surveying, Civil Engineering, and Water Rights Examination are offered in Redmond, Oregon by Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. If you need the assistance of a professional Surveyor in Redmond, Oregon, contact the experts at Armstrong.

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Sisters

Sisters, Oregon is a small, 1.87 mi.², town in Deschutes County, Oregon. The population has seen a recent boom, going from 959 to 2038 according to the 2010 census. This small town is used to reaching out to surrounding areas for professional services, and thankfully companies like Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. cover Sisters, Oregon. Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. offers Surveying, Civil Engineering, and Water Rights Examinations across Oregon. If you live in Sisters, and you need the assistance of a professional Surveyor, contact the friendly customer support staff at Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. for a free quote.

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Prineville

Prineville, Oregon is the county seat of Crook County, Oregon. Prineville is a city 10.92 mi.² in size, with a population of 9,253 according to the 2010 census. The city is located on the Crooked River and got its first Starbucks in 2006. Professional services are few and far between in Prineville unless you know who to contact. If you need Professional Surveying, Civil Engineering, or Water Rights Examination Services in Prineville, Oregon, contact the professional Surveyors and Engineers at Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. Our team of friendly professionals have the experience, training, and knowledge necessary to handle all the Surveying needs of Prineville, Oregon.

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Condon

Condon, Oregon is a quaint little city in Gilliam County, Oregon. With an overall size of 0.83 mi.², Condon is not a large city by any means. The city was founded in 1883 by a local homesteader named Potter, and later sold to Condon and Cornish in 1884. Condon relies heavily on outside businesses to assist with professional services, such as Surveying. Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. is proud to offer our services to the city of Condon, Oregon. If you need professional Surveying, Civil Engineering, or Water Rights Examination Services, contact the friendly customer support staff at Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. We will provide you with a free quote for your consideration.

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Arlington

Arlington, Oregon was originally named Alkali until it was incorporated as Arlington in 1885. Arlington is a small city, 2.40 mi.², with a population of 586 according to the 2010 census. Arlington is home to a large waste management landfill that receives trash from across Oregon. The city is known for Mayor Carmen Kontur-Gronquist being recalled from office due to posting photos of herself in lingerie on the popular website Myspace. Arlington may be a small city, but it has big city issues and requirements. Finding a professional is not an easy task in Arlington, but thanks to companies like Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc., it is becoming easier to hire a professional in Arlington.

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Lonerock

Lonerock, Oregon is true to its name with a population of 21 according to the 2010 census. The city is 1.01 mi.² and is part of Gilliam County, Oregon. Even small cities like Lonerock need professional services from businesses to operate. Luckily, companies like Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. proudly offers all of our professional Surveying, Civil Engineering, and Water Rights Examining Services to residents of Lonerock, Oregon.

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Boardman

Boardman, Oregon is a city in Morrow County, with a population of 3,220 according to the 2010 census. The city is 4.17 mi.² large and is located south of the Columbia River. Residents of Boardman enjoy a steppe climate, and Boardman is home to Oregon’s second-largest port, Port of Morrow. Finding professional assistance in Boardman, Oregon can be difficult, but it is not impossible. If you live in Boardman, and need the assistance of a professional Surveyor, contact Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. Our experienced professional Surveyors and Engineers will be able to assist with any Survey, Civil Engineering, or Water Rights Examining requests Boardman residents have to offer.

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Heppner

Heppner, Oregon is a small, 1.24 mi.², city in Morrow County, Oregon. With a population of 1,291 according to the 2010 census, Heppner is the county seat of Morrow County. Although small, Heppner requires the aid of professionals to keep the city running. Outside businesses help maintain Heppner, and companies like Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. are proud to offer our professional Surveying, Civil Engineering, and Water Rights Examination Services to the residents and businesses of Heppner. If you need professional Surveying completed in Heppner, contact the professional Surveyors at Armstrong for a free quote.

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Ione

Finding professional services in a small town like Ione, Oregon can be a difficult task. Ione is 0.65 mi.² in size and has a population of 329 according to the 2010 census. Ione’s warm-summer Mediterranean climate leaves the residents in a comfortable temperature bubble compared to surrounding areas of Oregon. Thankfully, surrounding cities offer professional services to the residents of Ione. Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. is proud to offer all of our Surveying, Civil Engineering, and Water Rights Examination Services to the residents of Ione. If you need a professional Survey performed, contact the Professional Surveyors at Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. for a free quote.

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Irrigon

Irrigon, Oregon is an incorporated city in Morrow County, Oregon. The small population, 1,826 according to the 2010 census, occupy an area of 1.45 mi.² Although small, Irrigon, Oregon has the same professional needs as a large city. Residents need access to professionals in every industry. Luckily, companies in surrounding cities offer their services to the residents of Irrigon. Armstrong Surveying & Engineering is proud to offer all of our professional Surveying, Civil Engineering, and Water Rights Examination Services across all of Irrigon, Oregon. If you need professional Surveying, contact the professional Surveyors and Engineers at Armstrong for a free quote.

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Lexington

The small community of Lexington, Oregon is part of Morrow County, Oregon. Lexington, Oregon takes up a total of 0.44 mi.² of area and is home to 238 residents according to the 2010 census. Small towns like Lexington are accustomed to being neglected by large companies in surrounding cities because those companies view the project not worth doing. Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. believes that every resident of Lexington deserves the same professional attention that residents of a large city would receive. If you need a professional Surveyor or Engineer in Lexington, contact the friendly customer support staff at Armstrong to receive a free quote.

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Fossil

Finding professional assistance in a small city like Fossil, Oregon is difficult. Fossil is the county seat of Wheeler County, Oregon and is named after fossil remains found on the city founder’s ranch. Fossil, Oregon is only 0.79 mi.² in size, is home to 473 residents, and this is why large businesses in surrounding cities brush off helping the residents of Fossil. Unlike these businesses, Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. believes that residents of small cities like Fossil deserve the same professional attention as residents of larger cities in Oregon. If you live in Fossil, Oregon and need a professional Surveyor or Engineer, contact the professionals at Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. Our team of professionals will be able to handle any Surveying, Civil Engineering, or Water Rights Examination Service in Fossil, Oregon.

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Mitchell

The small city of Mitchell, Oregon is in Wheeler County, Oregon and has a population of 130 according to the 2010 census. The total land mass the city resides on is 1.26 mi.² and Bridge Creek runs near the city. Finding professional help in the city can be difficult, and oftentimes residents have to resort to surrounding cities for help. This is where the Surveyors and Engineers at Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. come in to save the day. Our friendly experts proudly offer our Surveying, Civil Engineering, and Water Rights Examination Services to the 130 residents and businesses of Mitchell, Oregon.

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Spray

Spray, Oregon is a small city located in Wheeler County, Oregon. The small population, 160, enjoy sharing the .29 square miles of land creating Spray. On Memorial Day, the city puts on a half marathon and rodeo around the same time as their high school graduation. The city was named after John Fremont Spray and is located along the John Day River. Residents of Spray may appear in their own bubble, but they rely on surrounding cities for professional services. Luckily, businesses like Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. offer our professional services to the residents of Spray. We offer our full range of services to residents and businesses of Spray.

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Culver

Although small, .69 square miles in size, Culver, Oregon is a distinct community within Oregon. As of 2010, the population was 1,357 and is not expected to grow by any noticeable amount. The residents and businesses of Culver have the same needs as any other community in Oregon. Luckily, the professionals of surrounding communities offer their services to Culver. Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. is proud to offer our Land Surveying, Civil Engineering, and Water Rights Examination services to the residents and businesses of Culver. We have the training and experience necessary to handle any requests the residents and businesses of Culver need fulfilled. Feel free to contact us anytime for further information.

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Madras

Residents and businesses of Madras, Oregon enjoy being the home to Erickson Aircraft Collection because an old Army Air Corps base was built near the city during World War II. Another famous thing about Madras is that River Phoenix was born here. But these facts are unimportant for day to day life in Madras. Residents and businesses need professional services for all the same things residents and businesses of large cities require. Land Surveying, Civil Engineering, and Water Rights Examinations in Madras are all taken care of by Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. Our team of professionals will gladly help the residents and businesses of Madras with their Surveying and Engineering needs.

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Metolius

Although small, .48 square miles, the warm-summer Mediterranean climate of Metolius, Oregon makes it a nice place to live for the 880 or so residents. If you are a resident or business of Metolius who needs professional Surveying, Civil Engineering, or Water Rights Examinations, contact the professionals at Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. Our team of Surveyors and Engineers have the experience and training necessary to handle any job the residents and businesses of Metolius have to offer. We are here to deliver superior results and complete jobs within a reasonable amount of time.

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