2 edition of Population and employment study: Central Umpqua Region and Douglas County. found in the catalog.
Population and employment study: Central Umpqua Region and Douglas County.
University of Oregon. Bureau of Governmental Research and Service.
|Contributions||Douglas County Planning Commission.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
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At that time, this preliminary estimate for the Umpqua area will be re- viewed, and revised if necessary. Present Economic Development. Population. Population of Douglas County as of April 1,This gave the county an average density of persons per square mile, lower than any other county in western Oregon, except Curry.
Umpqua Community College aspires to be the center for quality teaching and learning, and a key partner in the well being and enrichment of our communities. Worksource Douglas County Employment - Umpqua Community College. QuickFacts Douglas County, Oregon. QuickFacts provides statistics for all states and counties, and for cities and towns with a population of 5, or more.
Douglas County. The nation's only operational nickel mine is located at Riddle. Douglas County is located in southwestern Oregon and is bordered by the Pacific Ocean and Coos, Curry, Josephine, Jackson, Lane, and Klamath Counties.
The county's southern border is approximately 60 miles north of the Oregon-California border. In the total population of NDC was 5, with children between the ages of in the region.
Approximately 9% of the region’s population is made up of children under 10 years old. Although North Douglas County is racially and ethnically less diverse than the state overall, approximately 1 in 10 residents is a person of color. Umpqua Community Development Corporation, dba NeighborWorks Umpqua (NWU), is a private non-profit (c)(3) organization.
It was established in to develop affordable housing for low and moderate income residents in Douglas County Oregon. Incommunity-based economic development was added to the mission. Coast Umpqua region have particular economic development potential, including the Gardiner International Paper site, Bolon Island, and Back Nine site at I -5 exit Business Retention, Expansion, Creation, and Recruitment: Douglas County, Partnership for Economic Development in Douglas County, South Coast Development Council (SCDC).
Umpqua Valley. Untilthe 's Douglas County farmers possessed few options for the export of surplus tarm commodities. In addition to exports, the O&C line made it possible for shippers to transport farm equipment into western Oregon.
Steam tractors, threshers, seed drills, combines, and harrows-- manufactured of iron and. Umpqua Community College aspires to be the center for quality teaching and learning, and a key partner in the well being and enrichment of our communities.
Colombian White-Tailed Deer, there are two populations, one along the Columbia River in Clatsop and Columbia counties (this population is endangered under the ESA).
And along the Umqua River in Douglas County. As of June Douglas County had an estimated population of 35, East Wenatchee (populat) and Bridgeport (population ) are the largest towns. Agriculture, especially apple, pear, and cherry orchards, and wheat, provides a significant percentage of the county's employment.
Coos, Curry, Douglas, Jackson, and Josephine defined our study area (see Figure 1). Dominated by public forests, and characterized by large rivers such as the Rogue (depicted in Figure 1) and Umpqua and many smaller coastal rivers like the Sixes and Chetco, much of the region is Size: KB.
Umpqua County was a county located in the U.S. state of was created on Januby the Oregon Territorial Legislature embracing the lands along the Umpqua River in southwestern Oregon.
Gold had been discovered in the Umpqua region, which brought a rapid increase of settlers to the new county. These occupational employment and wage estimates are calculated with data collected from employers in all industry sectors in metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas in Oregon.
Additional information, including the hourly and annual 10th, 25th, 75th, and 90th percentile wages and the employment percent relative standard error, is available in.
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Douglas County lacks enough young people to fill our region’s jobs over the next eight years, Our population of year olds is significantly less than the state average.
This is a trend throughout rural Oregon. Training and experience is another factor. The Ore-gon age group from is 13% of the labor force but accounts for 29% of. census. As of the United States Census, there werepeople, 44, households, families living in the county.
The population density was inhabitants per square mile (/km 2). There w housing units at an average density of per square mile (/km 2).Seat: Roseburg.
Douglas County: Roseburg: Portion of Umpqua County which lay east of the Coast Range summit: Stephen A. Douglas (–), a U.S. Senator who supported Oregon statehood5, sq mi (13, km 2)Areas: square miles (1, km²) (Multnomah). Coos County is located on the Southern Oregon Coast one and a half hours from I-5, the major state highway.
Coos County is somewhat of an island unto itself, due to the distance from major Oregon Cities, such as, Eugene, Salem, and Medford.
It is bordered by Douglas County to the. Three decades of booming construction ushered in an era of full-time employment and regular paydays for timber communities. Coos County's population grew more than 30 percent in the s and '50s, a rate comparable to California.
Coos Bay was deemed the “Lumber Capital of the World” by the Oregonian in Transmitter shows 2-year-old male is in Umpqua River drainage; it’s the first wolf in Western Oregon since By Mark Freeman Mail Tribune. A young wolf migrating out of a northeast Oregon pack this fall has reached northeastern Douglas County, becoming the first confirmed wolf in .