Thank you for visiting our Oregon Relocation Guide. Inside you will find information about a beautiful destination on the West Coast of The United States and the cities and towns that make it unique.
Oregon covers 98,386 square miles and has a population of 4,142,776 people. Oregon’s capital is Salem, which has a population of 167,419. Other important cities are Portland (pop. 639,863), Eugene (pop. 166,575), Gresham (pop. 111,523), Hillsboro (pop. 105,164), Beaverton (pop. 97,590), Medford (pop. 81,636), Bend (pop. 91,122), Springfield (pop. 61,893) and Corvallis (pop. 57,110).
Oregon was admitted to Statehood on February 14th, 1859 as the 33rd state. It’s bordered by Washington to the north, Idaho to the east, Nevada and California to the south and the Pacific Ocean to the west. The state flower is the “Oregon Grape” and it’s nickname is “Beaver State”. Oregon’s economy is broken into two categories; agriculture and industry. Cattle, vegetables, nursery stock, fruits and nuts, dairy products, and wheat provide for the agricultural side. While lumber and wood products, tourism, food processing, paper products, machinery and scientific instruments provide for the industrial side.
For more Oregon relocation information, visit the Oregon Wikipedia.