Oregon House, California Statistic: Population, Charts, Map, Steets and More

Listed below are the current Population & Steets in Oregon-House City. You can use this information to determine how many people live in this city and where they come from. The most recent data are from the 2010 census. According to this report, the median age of residents in the city was 36 years old. The population was also evenly split between men and women, with 22.5% of households consisting of people under the age of 18 and 9.7% of residents 65 years and older.

The 2010 Census revealed that the median income in Oregon House City was $41,388. The city has a high percentage of households who own cars, with the highest share owning two. The most common racial group living below the poverty line in Oregon City is White, followed by Hispanics. However, this data is not comprehensive, as it does not reflect the percentage of households who work outside of the city.

The majority of Oregon's black residents lived in Albina, which had a high concentration of Klan activity. In fact, in 1919, the Realty Board of Portland approved a Code of Ethics that prohibited lending and selling homes to minority residents in white neighborhoods. The Albina neighborhood, centered on North Williams Avenue, was a two-mile-long, one-mile-wide district.