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Home ::: Oregon

Population: 3836628

Total Males: 1899186
Total Females: 1937442
Median Household Income: $ 50036
Total Households: 1512718

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Below is a list of all cities within the State of Oregon in which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your city within the list below, adding your business will create it.
Adair Village Adams
Adel Adrian Agness
Albany Allegany Aloha
Alsea Alvadore Amity
Antelope Applegate Arch Cape
Arlington Arock Ashland
Ashwood Astoria Athena
Aumsville Aurora Azalea
Baker City Bandon Banks
Bay City Beatty Beaver
Beavercreek Beaverton Beaverton-Aloha
Bellingham Bend Blachly
Blodgett Blue River Bly
Boardman Bonanza Boring
Bridal Veil Brightwood Broadbent
Brogan Brookings Brooks
Brothers Brownsville Burns
Butte Falls Buxton Camas Valley
Camp Sherman Canby Cannon Beach
Canyon City Canyonville Carlton
Cascade Locks Cascadia Cave Junction
Cedar Mill Central Point Charleston
Chatsworth Chemult Cheshire
Chiloquin Christmas Valley Clackamas
Clatskanie Cloverdale Coburg
Colton Columbia City Condon
Coos Bay Coquille Corbett
Cornelius Corvallis Cottage Grove
Cove Crabtree Crane
Crawfordsville Crescent Crescent Lake
Creswell Crooked River Crooked River Ranch
Culp Creek Culver Curtin
Dairy Dallas Damascus
Days Creek Dayton Dayville
Deadwood Deer Island Depoe Bay
Detroit Dexter Diamond
Dillard Donald Dorena
Drain Dufur Dundee
Durham Durkee Eagle Creek
Eagle Crest Eagle Point Echo
Eddyville Elgin Elkton
Elma Elmira Enterprise
Estacada Eugene Fairview
Fall Creek Falls City Florence
Forest Grove Fort Klamath Fort Rock
Fossil Foster Frenchglen
Gales Creek Garden Home Gardiner
Garibaldi Gaston Gates
Gearhart Gervais Gilchrist
Gladstone Glendale Gleneden Beach
Glide Gold Beach Gold Hill
Government Camp Grand Ronde Grants Pass
Grass Valley Gresham Haines
Halfway Halsey Hammond
Happy Valley Harbor Harper
Harrisburg Hebo Helix
Helvetia Heppner Hereford
Hermiston Hillsboro Hines
Hood River Hubbard Huntington
Idanha Idleyld Park Imbler
Imnaha Independence Ione
Ironside Irrigon Jacksonville
Jamieson Jasper Jefferson
John Day Jordan Valley Joseph
Junction City Juntura Keizer
Keno Kerby Kernville
Kimberly King City Kirkland
Klamath Falls La Grande La Pine
Lafayette LaGrande Lake Grove
Lake Oswego Lakeside Lakeview
Langlois Lapine Lebanon
Lexington Lincoln City Logsden
Long Creek Lorane Lostine
Lowell Lyons Madras
Malin Manning Manzanita
Mapleton Marcola Marion
Marylhurst Maupin McMinnville
McMinnville, Meacham Medford
Mehama Merlin Merrill
Metolius Midland Mill City
Milton Freewater Milton-Freewater Milwaukee
Milwaukie Mitchell Molalla
Monitor Monmouth Monroe
Monument Moro Mosier
Mother Creek Mount Angel Mount Hood Parkdale
Mount Vernon Mt Angel Mulino
Murphy Myrtle Creek Myrtle Point
Nehalem Neotsu Neskowin
Netarts New Pine Creek Newberg
Newport North Bend North Glenn
North Plains North Powder Noti
Nyssa O'Brien Oak Grove
Oakland Oakridge Oceanside
Odell Ontario Oregon
Oregon City Otis Otter Rock
Pacific City Paisley Parkrose
Paulina Pendleton Peyton
Philomath Phoenix Pilot Rock
Pleasant Hill Porland Port Orford
Portland Post Powell Butte
Powers Prairie City Princeton
Prineville Prospect Rainier
Redmond Reedsport Remote
Rhododendron Richland Rickreall
Riddle Riley Riverside
Rockaway Beach Rockway Beach Rocky Point
Rogue River Rose Lodge Roseburg
Rufus Saginaw Saint Benedict
Saint Helens Saint Paul Sale
Salem Sandy Scappoose
Scio Scotts Mills Scottsburg
Seal Rock Seaside Seattle
Selma Seneca Shady Cove
Shaniko Shedd Sheridan
Sherwood Siletz Silver Lake
Silverton Sisters Sixes
South Beach Sprague River Spray
Springfield Springfield-Eugene St Helens
St. Helens Stanfield Stayton
Sublimity Summer Lake Summerville
Sumpter Sunriver Sutherlin
Sweet Home Swisshome Talent
Tangent Tenmile Terrebonne
The Dalles Thurston Tidewater
Tigard Tillamook Tiller
Timber Toledo Tolovana Park
Trail Troutdale Tualatin
Turner Tygh Valley Ukiah
Umatilla Umpqua Union
Unity Vale Vancouver
Veneta Vernonia Vida
Waldport Wallowa Walterville
Walton Warm Springs Warren
Warrenton Wasco Washington
Wedderburn Welches West Linn
Westfall Westfir Westlake
Weston Westport Wheeler
White City Wilderville Willamina
Williams Wilsonville Winchester
Winchester Bay Winston Wolf Creek
Wood Village Woodburn Woodstock
Yachats Yamhill Yoncalla
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Green Initiatives & Environmental History for: Oregon

Basic History

Spanish and English sailors are believed to have sighted the Oregon coast in the 1500s and 1600s. Disputes for control of Oregon between American settlers and the Hudson Bay Company were finally resolved in the 1846 Oregon Treaty, in which Great Britain gave up claims to the region. In 1848, the Oregon Territory was created, but the area was reduced with the creation of Washington Territory in 1853, and Oregon became a state in 1859 with a constitution that prohibited slaveholding but also forbade free blacks from entering the state.

Environmental History

With its variety of climatic conditions and surface features, Oregon has a diverse assortment of vegetation and wildlife. Spruce, hemlock, cedar, Douglas fir, alder, pines, sagebrush, juniper trees, and sparse grasses cover the region. Among the plant species that are listed as threatened or endangered are: western lily, Willamette daisy, Malheur wire-lettuce, and rough popcornflower. More than 130 species of mammal are native to Oregon, of which 28 are found throughout the state. Cougar, bear, bighorn sheep, white-tailed, black-tailed and mule deer, elk, and opossum are common. 36 Oregon animal species are now classified threatened or endangered, including the short-tailed albatross, bald eagle, three species of chub, brown pelican, northern spotted owl, and three species of sea turtle.

Green Initiatives

Oregon is an environmentally aware state with its growing wind power industry and its reputation for energy efficient building projects. The Green Business Initiative is dedicated to achieving Oregon’s economic and environmental goals by promoting a business climate suited to take advantage of the demand for sustainable practices. Its primary objectives are to: raise awareness of green business practices; train people to become leaders in green business ventures; support the development of new and expanded ventures funding sources for green technologies and business methods; and build infrastructure for future advances in green business. The state has embraced the challenge with a wide array of environmentally focused laws, policies and practices. Transportation options include: developing bikeways to accommodate bike commuters and leisure bicyclists; promoting car-sharing and timed traffic signals to reduce annual gas consumption. The state has passed responsible development policies which include: The Climate Action Plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions; Building Policy encouraging green design features with LEED certification; developing more green parklands; landscaping. There is active community engagement in the state regarding household and business recycling and composting. Hospitality sectors in the state offer sustainable travel plans. The state also honors businesses that have taken comprehensive, concrete actions to reduce carbon emissions. Efforts include improving energy efficiency of business operations, providing alternative transportation options and implementing a robust waste reduction and recycling program.
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