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Top 10 Best Places To Live In Oregon For Family


Oregon is one of the most naturally beautiful,
unique, diverse, and livable states in the US. Today, we turned our eyes toward Oregon. Here is the list of the 10 best places to
live in Oregon. 1. Bethany. Bethany is a beautiful area in the suburbs
of Portland. The schools are continuously improving which
is crucial for a student, and the job market seems to be expanding. Bethany’s rapidly growing with development. New Schools are currently in the process of
being built. Local mini shopping area and restaurants as
well as Gulf Course are located in Bethany Village area. The people are friendly, the climate is great,
and the plants are beautiful. 2. Cedar Mill. Cedar Mill is a bit like West Linn and Lake
Oswego, but with more affordable home prices. It is close to downtown Portland and Beaverton,
while also having lots of resources located right in the community. The area is currently growing and constantly
adding new exciting businesses and resources for residents to enjoy. Coastal, valley, river, mountain, and desert
regions are all easily accessible. Public transit system is excellent. The urban culture is diverse and interesting,
and the local government and universities are dynamically engaged in the community,
and local innovation. 3. West Linn. Less than 8 square miles, West Linn has a
ridiculous 600 acres of land devoted to parks. Just one of the many reasons that this town
makes list after list of the best places to live (nationwide). It is also incredibly safe with low crime
rate and boasts one of the lowest unemployment levels in the state. Beauty, safety and tons of space for leisure
— this town has it all. It has a stellar education system, high school
graduation rate higher than Oregon’s average. This is a town of holiday parades, fairs,
and music at Tanner Creek Park. It is a great place to raise a family and
a quiet town to come home to. 4. Brookings. The Oregon coast is home to many smaller towns
that are often overlooked when it comes to economic activity and top spots for moving. However, if you love the coast and are looking
for a great place to start your family, consider the just-right town of Brookings. It’s not very large at around 6,000 people,
but it is very friendly, and there’s a measured growth of businesses and entertainment options
that promises more for the future. You won’t be within reach of any big city
amenities like malls, but you will be living in the town with the lowest crime rate in
the state. 5. Sherwood. Sherwood is similar to West Linn, and has
won awards in the past as an ideal town to move to and one of the best suburbs in the
state. This Portland suburb, while lacking some of
the elite amenities of West Linn, makes up for it with significantly lower home prices
and a focus on organic living that’s filled with fun. The highly rated schools, new system of parks,
and recent upgrades to the downtown area also help. Sherwood may be a few miles further away from
the closest five-star hiking trails and ski resorts,
but it more than makes up for it with its other features. It is one of the safest cities in Oregon. If you don’t mind being around 30 minutes
from Portland proper – or living in a forest city that actively celebrates its Robin Hood
roots – then it’s time to take a tour of Sherwood. 6. Bend. Let’s hop to the other side of the mountains
for a look at the high desert city of Bend. Bend gained a reputation as a recreation and
resort town a couple decades ago, and has now developed into a complex city
filled with entrepreneurs, tech industry opportunities, and education options including several high
schools, a community college. Outdoor enthusiasts flock from far and wide
for parks like Pilot Butte State Scenic Viewpoint, skiers to Mount Bachelor, and runners to the
Haulin’ Aspen Trail Marathon. If you want your kids to spend lots of time
outside, with plenty of future job opportunities, Bend may be your destination. It truly is a wonderful place to raise a family,
or at least, raise your heart rate. 7. Lake Oswego. Several extremes meet in Lake Oswego. The suburb has some of the best high-end houses
in the state, the top-rated school system with a reputation
for superb quality at all schools, and access to beautiful river parks and vistas. It is a cultural hub, home to the Lakewood
Center for the Fine Arts and the Art Council of Lake Oswego. However, it’s also very difficult for families
to enter due to high home costs. These are some of the priciest homes in the
Northwest, and more affordable options rarely last long in the market. It will take significant investment to get
into Lake Oswego – but there are few better places for your family. 8. Silverton. Silverton is a smaller, forest community that
has a surprising amount of features, to offer a family looking for an Oregon town less obsessed
with beer and art, but more focus on clean, simple living. Silverton has a record of very high graduation
rates, low crime rates, and a reputation for being inclusive and friendly to everyone. The town is also know for being a haven for
the arts, with multiple art events and a community center dedicated to supporting local art exploration. It’s a great location for those who want a
slightly quieter life – and who don’t mind the lower median home prices that come with
it. 9. Newberg. Newberg is a popular spot for other Oregonians
to visit or move to when they get tired of their own cities. This town, which sort of qualifies as a Portland
suburb, is famous for its friendly community and low crime rate, as well as wine. Newberg is the heart of wine country, and
the town is a network of wineries and related restaurants. The walkable downtown area offers a feeling
of classic old-town America that is truly hard to find elsewhere, and home prices are
more affordable than towns closer to Portland. George Fox University, located near the center
of town, is a highly rated college for your future education plans. 10. Oak Hills. Oak Hills has been nationally recognized as
one of the most historic places around the United States. Considering how dense the population is in
Oak Hills, it is remarkable that it continues to boast high rankings when it comes to unemployment,
adjusted median income and vacancy rates. People are really friendly and there is a
great mix of city and outdoorsy things to do. The weather here is temperate and nice, and
rarely doesn’t it get too hot or cold. This is a place everyone should want to live.

Stephen Childs

100 Comments

  1. If you want a City like Portland, that narrows roads (Stark), that is, REMOVES LANES when discovering they need to add a lane, blame people for improving their home and tiny lot (called …Gentrification…), hand out needles and drugs and facilitate lawless home-shacks that are often black-market-Central, enhance motivations for living along the freeway in piles of wet garbage, poison their river and blame anyone but themselves, why, Portland is PERFECT for you.

    Also, if you like dreary, wet, windy, cloudy, depressive, dynamics, you will thrive. It is way, way, green, I must concede.

    Don't get me started on the mental masturbation of media and the Guilt Trip Industrial Complex and their slick way of sapping money from the poorest regions (nine-tenths of Oregon cities) to fund their hapless, quickly defunct ventures like Rail, Cable trolley, Buses nobody will ride in. That's Portland. Bend is like heaven above its hell, a mountain range separating us, but that toxic mentality is moving in one news cycle after another.

  2. All of Oregon is the "Best". Stay away from the internet. Real shady place

  3. Oregon has turned into a communist/socialist and sanctuary state with the highest tax rates around. Killers of babies. Illuminati placed governor. Just like California and Washington state. The left coast is the right way of saying this part of the country. It didn't use to be but it is now!!! It is no mistake that the Illuminati has taken over this state. Most of the people do not want this but somehow these far left commies keep getting "voted" in. Personally, I think someone is messing with the votes.

  4. Do you want me to re dub this script with a live voice actor? Free?

  5. If you cannot take the time or make the effort to use a human voice in your video, then just don't do it. It shows a great deal of laziness on your part.

  6. The people don't believe in God. The people are not friendly .They have a serious drug problem and Homosexul .

  7. As cheesy as it might sounds: Oregon it's love .
    (And i hate Mariguana)

  8. Oregon local here. Just wanted to say CALIFORNIANS SUCK! GO BACK TO (YOUR) HOME!

  9. This is a real joke.If you like high prices move to one of these towns.Oregon has many nice places to live besides the Portland area. ..Oregon resident since 1967.

  10. I hate living in Oregon…I’m excited to move out of the state once I’m old enough.

  11. Notice none of these are in Portland, or Multnomah County. Mostly in Washington, and Clackamas County. The best thing about Oregon is not being in Portland.

  12. The Portland area Liberal Agenda is as bad as the computer voice. Yuk!!

  13. I have a favorite saying here in Oregon welcome to Oregon now go home!

  14. This computer voice almost made me throw up everywhere. Huge headache now. Fuck!

  15. “While all those soft city folk are safe in their beds reading books, we’re out here, pitting ourselves against the format able forces of nature.” My Oregon portrayal of my United States Portrayed by SpongeBob video.

  16. If you could type the text for the video, you could have used a human voice to narrate it. I give it a 1.5 stars

  17. Avoid Portlandistan unless you like a local government that loves taxing the hell out of the people, supports antifa, and encourages homeless people to grump on the sidewalk while neutering the police so they can do nothing.

  18. I couldn't make it pass number 3 the top three are in Portland no one wants to live in that s*** hole

  19. Good introduce of Oregon video… have a plan to visit in July, good info video for me.. thanks for sharing

  20. I used to live in Bethany. Best place I've ever lived in. I still can't forget the memory I had there.

  21. Do I get a 10 % off anything I buy for being part of Antifa and pooping on the sidewalks ?

  22. Whoever made this video is obviously from the west side of the state. The most beautiful places in Oregon are on the East side of the state.

  23. This video appears to be made by a Commerce or Real Estate group because all the places except Brookings are best places if you want to sell your house or are rich but they are outskirts towns of Portland which is a extremely liberal Socialist Atheistic Social Sewer. If you want to see the really beautiful state get completely away from Portland and the willamette Valley near Portland to Eastern Oregon, central and southern Oregon where the landscape is heaven and the lifestyle is completely different than the hell hole called Portland.

  24. I'm surprised Ashland and Jacksonville weren't included. Lots of cultural amenities and great food. While these two towns aren't cheap to live in, they are definitely more affordable than some of the areas mentioned in the video. They also have a much more pleasant climate.

  25. I live in Oregon it’s pretty but it rains pretty much the whole year 😭

  26. This list is meant for families with lots of money. Other than Bend not many of these are affordable for the average family.

  27. It is not true, the Bethany area is one of the most expensive areas in the city and only millionaires could afford to by a house there.

  28. Perfect video. Keep the people going to the west side of Oregon

  29. is no good places, damned liberal yards ruined it for all
    highest income taxes in the country. All places listed have high property taxes as well. great job listing overpriced expensive locations. yuppy

  30. I love oregon 🥀🌷💐🌺😍😘 I am living in oregon Nice and wonderful amazing and awesome. Nice people. I am so happy and comfortable 🥰😍☘️🌻

  31. 1. Suburbs South of Portland
    2. Suburbs South of Portland
    3. Suburbs South of Portland
    4. Middle of fucking nowhere, super close to Pelican Bay State Prison
    5. Suburbs South of Portland
    6. The only large place East of I-5
    7. Suburbs South of Portland
    8. Suburbs an hour farther South of Portland, closer to Salem
    9. Suburbs South of Portland, but a bit farther out than the others
    10. Suburbs East of Portland
    …. lol wtf, weak list

  32. Names of every city by portland or land are the best places to live

    Pendleton and mission oregon: am i a joke to you ?

    Not sorry but i love Pendleton and mission
    And Athena
    I honestly dont care whats bad about oregon
    I loved the shit out of Oregon

  33. how much the prices of the housings, and rental apartment. I, and CONDOS.

  34. ARE GRANTS PASS ADD GRANTS PASS ADD GRANTS PASS. IT STARTED DUTCH BROS. IT HAS THE BEST HIGH SCHOOL BAND. IT'S SCENIC. SAFE. DJTCH BROS.

  35. If you guys are thinking of moving here don't…its horrible it smells like hippy and Kate Brown is here so we have no real writes

  36. If you like shit heads move to Portland 90 percent of Portland's population could disappear and the world would immediately be a better place.

  37. If you like lots of people and the liberals, Portland areas are fine. The green Willamette Valley around Albany, Lebanon, and SweetHome is pretty too, we have lakes and rivers, plus 1/10 of the population.

  38. For those short on time , the video basically says go anywhere but the mental human cesspool of portland. Portland: Oregon's sheeple capital.

  39. I've lived in Oregon all my life. And I'm the last two years I've lived in Arizona. I will never go back to hi property tax, low wages poverty, black mold, homeless, 9 months of black cloud rain, sick every 45 days, worst air quality anywhere, highest pollen count in the world, one of the highest depression rates. The Indians called it Willamette Valley. translation: Valley of the sick. I haven't been sick once in the last 2 years in Arizona and I'm never going back to Oregon's crap. This is where you go to start your medical practice after college because it's one big petri dish of sickness!

  40. Portland Oregon and it's suburban left wing activists is not even a reflection of the state of oregon. Visit the eastern part of the state to see what real oregonians are all about.

  41. what is with the mechanical robot voice with inaccurate pronunciation ?

  42. why would we believe someone from another planet? maybe they just want the nice places for themselves-sneaky devils!

  43. PORTLAND CITY OF RADICAL LEFTISTS COMMUNISM, ANTIFA. EASTERN OREGON THE OTHER HALF IS CIVILIZED AND CONSERVATIVE

  44. Don't worry about the video, it doesn't matter, we don't need or want you here, go anywhere else!!!!

  45. I just gotta tell you that this is nothing more than propaganda from real estate companies.

  46. Good thing the planet has an endless supply of everything necessary to support these fill the garage with stuff middleclass elite sprawling lifestyles. This little real estate propaganda piece is a good example of much that is wrong with the US's disproportionately insatiable appetite for everything. sigh

  47. What fucking real estate office from PDX make this video?? The Willamette Valley is the best place to live. Lane County. Especially Eugene/Springfield. Fastest growing community in Oregon. Making it great prices for buying homes and starting businesses. University of Oregon is one of the cheapest and best universities in the country. And the Ducks have one of the highest fans bases in the world!!

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