Oregon’s fast growth locations of the last decade

Thirty five Oregon cities(out of 247 total) grew thirty percent or more between 2000 and 2010:

Change
2000 2010 Number Percent
Happy Valley 4,519 13,903 9,384 207.7%
Sisters 959 2,038 1,079 112.5%
Millersburg 651 1,329 678 104.1%
Redmond 13,481 26,215 12,734 94.5%
Sandy 5,385 9,570 4,185 77.7%
Eagle Point 4,797 8,469 3,672 76.5%
Culver 802 1,357 555 69.2%
Veneta 2,762 4,561 1,799 65.1%
King City 1,949 3,111 1,162 59.6%
Granite 24 38 14 58.3%
Adair Village 536 840 304 56.7%
Donald 625 979 354 56.6%
Turner 1,199 1,854 655 54.6%
Sherwood 11,791 18,194 6,403 54.3%
Grants Pass 23,003 34,533 11,530 50.1%
Bend 52,029 76,639 24,610 47.3%
Gearhart 995 1,462 467 46.9%
Canyonville 1,293 1,884 591 45.7%
Lafayette 2,586 3,742 1,156 44.7%
Molalla 5,647 8,108 2,461 43.6%
Independence 6,035 8,590 2,555 42.3%
Creswell 3,579 5,031 1,452 40.6%
Aurora 655 918 263 40.2%
Wilsonville 13,991 19,509 5,518 39.4%
Umatilla 4,978 6,906 1,928 38.7%
Shaniko 26 36 10 38.5%
Banks 1,286 1,777 491 38.2%
Cave Junction 1,363 1,883 520 38.2%
Central Point 12,493 17,169 4,676 37.4%
Wood Village 2,860 3,878 1,018 35.6%
Nehalem 203 271 68 33.5%
Elkton 147 195 48 32.7%
Carlton 1,514 2,007 493 32.6%
Scappoose 4,976 6,592 1,616 32.5%
Hillsboro 70,186 91,611 21,425 30.5%

By contrast, only one county in the state grew by more than thirty percent:

2000-10 Change
2000 2010 Number Percent
OREGON 3,421,399 3,831,074 409,675 12.0%
Deschutes County 115,367 157,733 42,366 36.7%

These fast growing cities are scattered around the state, and Deschutes County is essentially right in the center.  The state as a whole grew rather slowly.

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