Adair Village is city in Benton County Oregon and a population of 840 at the 2010 Census. Adair Village is named for Camp Adair which was open 1942 to 1946. Camp Adair was a training camp for World War II and after the war some of the buildings were used by US Air-force from 1957 till 1969.
Adair Village came into existence after residents successfully formed the city which was incorporated in 1976. Several structures from Camp Adair were used as buildings for the new city. For example, city hall was housed in an original building from Camp Adair until fire destroyed it 2003. For more information about the history of Adair Village visit: Adair Living History.
On May 13, 2017 there will be a founders celebration for Adair Village for more information please visit: Official City Website .