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Part of Clackamas County, Canby, OR has—according to the U.S. national census for 2010—about 15,829 inhabitants. It is found adjacent to Oregon Route 99E, specifically about 3 kilometers of 2 miles off of Barlow’s northeastern portion. Canby got its name from a Civil War general named Edward Richard Sprigg Canby. General Canby was killed in the line of duty by Captain Jack and his army. The population of Canby is 15,829 according to the 2010 national census.
The settlement was established in 1857 at the area called Baker Prairie. In 1870, Canby got platted then incorporated on February 15, 1893, by the Oregon Legislative Assembly.
As for it claims to fame, on the TV series 20/20, Canby was featured on a May 2016 episode of the show. A “psychic” living in Canby was investigated by the show for racketeering and fooling a Canby ranch owner with a scam for the sum of $15 million.
The U.S. Census Bureau claims Canby is 9.82 square kilometers or 3.79 square miles large in terms of its entire territory. Of that amount, a total of 0.10 square kilometers or 0.04 square miles is water, and 9.21 square kilometers or 3.75 square miles is the landmass. When you enter South Canby, you’ll go past Aurora, a historical community. As for those going via North Canby, visitors will instead pass over the Willamette River. There’s also the Molalla River that goes through the western and southern borders of Canby.
Activities you can partake while in Canby, OR include some park and garden action at both Canby Pond and its twin sister, the Wait City Park. There’s also the fishing and boating spot that doubles as a bio-diverse nature trail known as the Molalla River State Park. These outdoor activities and more are also available to you when you instead visit the state park known as the Canby Community (River) Park.