Oroville, Washington Customs and Border Protection (CBP):

Location: The Oroville Border Patrol Station is located at 33643 Highway 97, Oroville, WA 98844. It is part of the Spokane Sector, which covers 305 miles of rugged and remote land border and 3 miles of water border in Washington, Idaho, and Montana. 

History: The Oroville Border Patrol Station was opened in 1929 and was active with liquor smuggling activities throughout prohibition. The station was located at various locations in the Oroville area until it was re-located to its current location in 2013.

Area of Responsibility: The Oroville station is responsible for 80 miles of international border located in Okanogan County. Included in the Oroville Station's area of responsibility is the Pasayten Wilderness Area, the largest area in the lower 48 states without road access.

Operations: The Oroville Border Patrol Station is a full-service station that provides a variety of law enforcement and immigration services. These services include:

Border security: Agents patrol the border on foot, horseback, and in vehicles to prevent illegal crossings.

Immigration enforcement: Agents investigate suspected immigration violations and apprehend individuals who are illegally present in the United States.

Trade enforcement: Agents inspect cargo and vehicles entering the United States to ensure compliance with customs laws.

Agriculture inspection: Agents work with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to prevent the introduction of harmful pests and diseases into the United States.

Contact Information:

Immigration Information Phone: 509-476-3132
Agriculture Information Phone: 509-476-2556
Border Patrol Information Phone: 509-476-3622
Food & Drug Administration (FDA) Phone: 509-476-3688, Fax: 509-476-3693
Federal Veterinarian Phone: 509-476-2635