Oregon White Pages, United States

Oregon has the most diverse terrain in the United States — here, you will find abundant water, tall forests, volcanoes, high deserts, and shrublands all around. This landscape diversity makes it a prime destination for film shoots and tourists looking for adventure. You can find someone in Oregon by searching the Oregon white pages with the person’s phone number. 

For starters, doing this lets you access the person’s name, known address, and social media profiles. Besides these, you will also see public records available on that individual, including arrest, criminal, court, and property records. Using this information helps you find lost contacts, identify unknown callers, and, more importantly, protects you from phone scams. 

Oregon At A Glance

demographic statistics for oregon
  • Became A US state — February 14, 1859
  • Capital: Salem
  • Population: 4.2 million (2021)
  • Size: 98,379 square miles (ninth largest) 
  • Nicknames: Beaver State
  • Motto: “She Flies With Her Own Wings” 
  • State Tree: Douglas Fir
  • State Flower: Oregon Grape
  • State Bird: Western Meadowlark
  • State Beverage: Milk

10 Quick Facts About Oregon

population by race for oregon
  • Beaver population once flourished in Oregon — giving it the nickname “Beaver State” — but quickly dwindled due to the demand for beaver skin fashion accessories. The state has since initiated restorative efforts to revive the beaver population. 
  • The smallest park in the world, Mill Ends Park, is in Portland, Oregon. 
  • Oregon is home to the world’s largest bookstore — Powell’s Bookstore in Portland started in 1971 with a $3,000 loan. 
  • Oregon state flag is the only state flag with two separate designs on either side.
  • Crater Lake in Oregon is one of the deepest lakes in the world and the deepest in the United States. At 1942 feet deep, you can stack the Statute of Liberty, Eiffel Tower, the Washington Monument, and a 10-story building in Crater Lake. 
  • Oregon’s birthday is on February 14, Valentine’s Day. 
  • Oregon produces the most Christmas trees in the United States. The state dedicated 42,000 acres of land to solely growing these trees. 
  • The Oregon Trail was the most used of all routes in the westward expansion of the United States. Over 12,000 people made the 2,000-mile travel by foot from present-day Missouri to Oregon between 1843 and 1884. 
  • Oregon has the most ghost towns in the United States. So far, there are over 200 of these once-thriving communities that have become abandoned after the residents moved elsewhere. 
  • About 99% of hazelnuts in the United States are grown in Oregon.

Largest cities or towns in Oregon

PortlandTigardForest Grove
EugeneAlohaWest Linn
HillsboroLake OswegoBethany
GreshamGrants PassNewberg
BeavertonOregon CityRoseburg
MedfordRedmondHappy Valley
SpringfieldMcMinnvilleKlamath Falls