Oregon became a US state after it ratified the federal constitution in 1859. Since then, the state has grown to become a major agriculture and technology powerhouse in the United States. Over 4 million people live in Oregon and most persons will have a phone number for personal or business purposes. You can find the general location of the unknown person who called you by looking at the area code. However, additional information such as the person’s name and address is only available when you perform a reverse phone lookup on the Oregon phone numbers database.
Oregon started using area codes in 1947 when the telephone companies elected to replace switchboards with area codes. This change led to the creation of the North American Numbering Plan Administrator, the independent entity responsible for allocating area codes based on geographical locations in the United States.
Until recently, persons who wish to identify unknown callers in Oregon must look through physical white pages, for individuals, and yellow pages for businesses. This method is not widely accessible and requires that you purchase a physical phonebook. However, phone companies have stopped publishing phonebook directories and moved on to online databases.
Like the transition from manual switchboards to area codes, the transition to an online Oregon phone numbers database has several advantages. Most notably, it is faster, easier, and cheaper to identify Oregon residents based solely on their phone numbers and obtain relevant public records.
How does this work? When a resident purchases a phone number, they are required to provide their personal information and contact details to the mobile carrier. The components of a phone number further make this information further unique to the phone number owner.
Consider the typical Oregon phone number, 503-NXX-XXXX. The first three digits of the phone number, the area code, represent a defined county or city in Oregon. The next three digits, NXX, the prefix code, specify the specific town or street where the phone number owner resides. Finally, the line number, XXXX, is unique to the specific owner. So, if the phone number were to be a house address, the line number would be a specific flat number or house number.
Many persons can have the same area code and prefix code. However, the line number is unique to a specific individual. No two persons have the same line number. This degree of specificity makes searching the Oregon phone numbers database accurate. A reverse phone search will typically provide the phone number owner’s personal information and public records.
|County||FIPS code||County seat||Established||Population||Area|
|Baker County||001||Baker City||1862||16,668||3,068 sq mi|
|Benton County||003||Corvallis||1847||95,184||676 sq mi|
|Clackamas County||005||Oregon City||1843||421,401||1,868 sq mi|
|Clatsop County||007||Astoria||1844||41,072||827 sq mi|
|Columbia County||009||Saint Helens||1854||52,589||657 sq mi|
|Coos County||011||Coquille||1853||64,929||1,600 sq mi|
|Crook County||013||Prineville||1882||24,738||2,980 sq mi|
|Curry County||015||Gold Beach||1855||23,446||1,627 sq mi|
|Deschutes County||017||Bend||1916||198,253||3,018 sq mi|
|Douglas County||019||Roseburg||1852||111,201||5,037 sq mi|
|Gilliam County||021||Condon||1885||1,995||1,204 sq mi|
|Grant County||023||Canyon City||1864||7,233||4,529 sq mi|
|Harney County||025||Burns||1889||7,495||10,135 sq mi|
|Hood River County||027||Hood River||1908||23,977||522 sq mi|
|Jackson County||029||Medford||1852||223,259||2,785 sq mi|
|Jefferson County||031||Madras||1914||24,502||1,781 sq mi|
|Josephine County||033||Grants Pass||1856||88,090||1,640 sq mi|
|Klamath County||035||Klamath Falls||1882||69,413||5,945 sq mi|
|Lake County||037||Lakeview||1874||8,160||7,940 sq mi|
|Lane County||039||Eugene||1851||382,971||4,554 sq mi|
|Lincoln County||041||Newport||1893||50,395||980 sq mi|
|Linn County||043||Albany||1847||128,610||2,291 sq mi|
|Malheur County||045||Vale||1887||31,571||9,888 sq mi|
|Marion County||047||Salem||1843||345,920||1,185 sq mi|
|Morrow County||049||Heppner||1885||12,186||2,033 sq mi|
|Multnomah County||051||Portland||1854||815,428||435 sq mi|
|Polk County||053||Dallas||1845||87,433||741 sq mi|
|Sherman County||055||Moro||1889||1,870||823 sq mi|
|Tillamook County||057||Tillamook||1853||27,390||1,102 sq mi|
|Umatilla County||059||Pendleton||1862||80,075||3,215 sq mi|
|Union County||061||La Grande||1864||26,196||2,037 sq mi|
|Wallowa County||063||Enterprise||1887||7,391||3,145 sq mi|
|Wasco County||065||The Dalles||1854||26,670||2,381 sq mi|
|Washington County||067||Hillsboro||1843||600,372||724 sq mi|
|Wheeler County||069||Fossil||1899||1,451||1,715 sq mi|
|Yamhill County||071||McMinnville||1843||107,722||716 sq mi|