Oregon Route 233
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|Maintained by ODOT|
|Length:||10.70 mi (17.22 km)|
|South end:||OR 99W near Amity|
|OR 18 in Dayton|
|North end:||OR 99W near Dayton|
OR 233 begins at an intersection with Oregon Route 99W in Amity. It heads northeast from there, passing through Willamette Valley farmland, ending at an intersection with Oregon Route 18 between Dayton and McMinnville. The highway then heads east (through Dayton), concurrent with OR 18, before both highways terminate at an intersection with OR 99W just west of Dundee.
OR 233 comprises part of the Salmon River Highway No. 39 (see Oregon highways and routes), part of the Lafayette Highway No. 154, and the Amity-Dayton Highway No. 155. The concurrency with OR 18 comprises the Salmon River Highway section.
The entire route is in Yamhill County.
|Amity||0.0||0.0||OR 99W – Amity, Corvallis, McMinnville, Forest Grove|
|Dayton||7.4||11.9||OR 154 south – Salem||Northern terminus of unsigned OR 154|
|7.9||12.7||OR 18 west – McMinnville||Southern end of OR 18 overlap|
|9.4||15.1||OR 221 south – Dayton, Salem||Northern terminus of OR 221|
|||10.6||17.1||OR 99W north||Termini of OR 18 and 233, no access to OR 99W south from OR 18/233|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
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