Oregon State Facts
There are fewer men than woman in Oregon. The overall gender ratio is 98 men to 100 women.
The Oregon flag was adopted on April 15, 1925. The flag has been ranked the 47th best U.S. flag by a leading Vexillology Organization.
The Oregon quarter was the 33rd quarter released overall. The quarter was released on June 6, 2005.
Recent estimates put Oregon's population at around 3,970,000 people (27th out of 56).The population density is 41.4 people per square mile (45th out of 56).
Someone from Oregon is known as a Oregonian. View our List of Adjectival and Demonyms for all the States.
Oregon was the 33rd state when it joined the United States on February 14, 1859. Prior to 1859, Oregon was known as "Oregon Territory."
Essential Oregon Facts
Postal CodeThe Oregon postal code is OR. This abbreviation has been used since the USPS first established official codes in October 1963.
Gender RatioGender Ratio: 98 Men to 100 Women
Male Population: 1,964,100 men
Female Population: 2,006,139 women
State FlagThe 2 main colors in the Oregon flag are #002A86 and #FFEA0F
Population and AreaPopulation: 3,970,239 people
Land Area: 95,988 square miles
Population Density: 3,970,239 people per square mile
Areas Codes in Oregon (6)
Oregon Counties (36)
|Baker County||Baker City, Bridgeport, Durkee, Haines, Halfway, and Hereford|
|Benton County||Albany, Alsea, Corvallis, Monroe, and Philomath|
|Clackamas County||Beavercreek, Boring, Brightwood, Canby, Clackamas, and Colton|
|Clatsop County||Arch Cape, Astoria, Cannon Beach, Hammond, Seaside, and Tolovana Park|
|Columbia County||Clatskanie, Columbia City, Deer Island, Rainier, Saint Helens, and Scappoose|
|Coos County||Allegany, Bandon, Broadbent, Coos Bay, Coquille, and Lakeside|
|Crook County||Paulina, Post, Powell Butte, and Prineville|
|Curry County||Agness, Brookings, Gold Beach, Langlois, Ophir, and Port Orford|
|Deschutes County||Bend, Brothers, La Pine, Redmond, and Sisters|
|Douglas County||Azalea, Camas Valley, Canyonville, Days Creek, Dillard, and Drain|
|Gilliam County||Arlington, Condon, and Mikkalo|
|Grant County||Bates, Canyon City, Dayville, John Day, Kimberly, and Long Creek|
|Harney County||Burns, Crane, Diamond, Drewsey, Fields, and Frenchglen|
|Hood River County||Cascade Locks, Hood River, Mount Hood Parkdale, and Odell|
|Jackson County||Ashland, Butte Falls, Central Point, Eagle Point, Gold Hill, and Jacksonville|
|Jefferson County||Ashwood, Camp Sherman, Culver, Madras, Terrebonne, and Warm Springs|
|Josephine County||Cave Junction, Grants Pass, Kerby, Merlin, Murphy, and O Brien|
|Klamath County||Beatty, Bly, Bonanza, Chemult, Chiloquin, and Crater Lake|
|Lake County||Adel, Christmas Valley, Fort Rock, Lakeview, New Pine Creek, and Paisley|
|Lane County||Alvadore, Blachly, Blue River, Cheshire, Cottage Grove, and Creswell|
|Lincoln County||Blodgett, Depoe Bay, Eddyville, Gleneden Beach, Lincoln City, and Logsden|
|Linn County||Albany, Brownsville, Cascadia, Crabtree, Crawfordsville, and Foster|
|Malheur County||Adrian, Arock, Brogan, Harper, Ironside, and Jamieson|
|Marion County||Aumsville, Aurora, Detroit, Donald, Gervais, and Hubbard|
|Morrow County||Boardman, Heppner, Ione, Irrigon, and Lexington|
|Multnomah County||Bridal Veil, Corbett, Fairview, Gresham, Portland, and Troutdale|
|Polk County||Dallas, Falls City, Grand Ronde, Independence, Monmouth, and Rickreall|
|Sherman County||Grass Valley, Kent, Moro, Rufus, and Wasco|
|Tillamook County||Bay City, Beaver, Cloverdale, Garibaldi, Hebo, and Manzanita|
|Umatilla County||Adams, Athena, Echo, Helix, Hermiston, and Meacham|
|Union County||Cove, Elgin, Imbler, La Grande, North Powder, and Summerville|
|Wallowa County||Enterprise, Imnaha, Joseph, Lostine, and Wallowa|
|Wasco County||Antelope, Dufur, Maupin, Mosier, Shaniko, and The Dalles|
|Washington County||Banks, Beaverton, Buxton, Cornelius, Forest Grove, and Gales Creek|
|Wheeler County||Fossil, Mitchell, and Spray|
|Yamhill County||Amity, Carlton, Dayton, Dundee, Lafayette, and Mcminnville|