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History [ edit ] The community was named after William Creswell, a pioneer settler. The city was incorporated in 1882. In the early 20th century it had a population of about 1,000 and supported two banks and three hotels. It also had an opera house that hosted vaudeville acts as well as local talent shows. The town's economy declined with the decline of logging in Oregon; its last bank closed around 1950, although it has been home to several restaurants since then. Its population remained steady at about 500 from 1960 through 2000, but grew to 5,031 by 2010. This growth is due largely to new housing developments on former agricultural land surrounding Creswell along Interstate 5 south of Eugene-Springfield metropolitan area (which includes Lane County). According to City-Data, "Creswell is one of the fastest growing cities in Oregon.