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Other Oregon Cities Include
❱ Cedar Mill
❱ Forest Grove
❱ Grants Pass
❱ Happy Valley
❱ Klamath Falls
❱ Lake Oswego
❱ La Grande
❱ Oregon City
❱ West Linn
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Faqs about living in Oregon state
What makes Oregon a unique place to live?
Oregon State is known for its beautiful coast, peaks and varied topography, from high desert to dense evergreen forests. Popular outdoor recreation sites include Mt. Hood and Mt. Bachelor, Cannon Beach, and the Columbia River Gorge.
Oregon is the 9th largest state by area, but the 27th in terms of population (4.2 million people call Oregon home). 70% of the population lives within the Willamette Valley, famous for its microbrews and wine production.
What companies are based in Oregon?
Major employers headquartered in Oregon include Nike, Precision Castparts, FLIR Systems, Dutch Bros, Laika, Columbia Sportswear, and Tektronix.
What else should I consider when buying a home in Oregon?
Oregon has no sales tax; taxes are primarily collected through its state income tax. Portland gets a lot of the attention when discussing Oregon, and for good reason. This vibrant city is best known for its food trucks, parks, bridges, bicycle paths, breweries, and coffee shops.
The Oregon coast has remarkable weekend getaway destinations like Haystack Rock, Klamath Falls, and Crater Lake. Just know that when you head out on your trip, you won't be pumping your own gas--Oregon is one of two states that doesn't allow it.
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