Wheeler County

Wheeler County Land Surveyor

Wheeler County, Oregon is located in Central Oregon and takes up an area of 1,715 square miles. Almost all of Wheeler County is land, only .05 square miles of natural water can be found within the county. Fossil is the county seat and the county is well known its large deposits of fossils. Since its inception, there have been no boundary changes to Wheeler County. Wheeler County is a beautiful county within Oregon that is lucky enough to be serviced by the professionals at Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc.

Wheeler County is bounded by Gilliam County to the north, Morrow County to the northeast, Grant County to the east, Crook County to the south, Jefferson County to the northwest, and Wasco County to the north. Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. has trained, certified professionals ready to handle the Surveying, Civil Engineering, and Water Rights Examination needs of Wheeler County.

Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. has the experience and knowledge necessary to handle the needs of businesses and individuals alike. We understand the need for accurate, timely service and strive to deliver professional results for all of our clients. We take pride in our work and make sure we complete every job to specification.


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

Wheeler County, Oregon is a great place to live and do business. The outdoors is a part of our lives and being able to rely on surrounding businesses for services keeps Wheeler County an important part of Central Oregon. There is a lot of land and property that needs Surveying in Wheeler County, don’t get caught without a professional Surveying Service provider. The professionals at Armstrong Surveying & Engineering Inc. cover all of Wheeler County, and more. 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.


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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