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Roseburg, OR

Located in the southwest corner of the state, Roseburg, Oregon, is a small city. It is also an older city, incorporated in 1868, and it occupies just nine square miles. Interstate 5 runs straight through the center of town. The closest large city is Eugene, the second-most-populous city in the state. Eugene is about 70 miles north of Roseburg.

One of Roseburg's biggest draws is its climate. The path of the Umpqua River, along with several mountain chains, forms what is known as the Hundred Valleys of the Umpqua. This region has a mild climate, with distinct seasons but no extremes of hot or cold. It has been compared with the climate of Italy and the southern region of France. Also due to its topography, Roseburg has one of the lowest average wind velocities in the United States.


The three biggest employment sectors in Roseburg are health care, retail and hospitality. Many of the residents also work in blue-collar jobs. Mercy Medical Center, located within the city, serves Douglas County and employs more than 1,400 physicians and support staff, making it one of the largest employers in Roseburg.

The cost of living in Roseburg is lower than the national average, and the unemployment rate is slightly higher than the national average.


The median home value in Roseburg is lower than that of many other cities in Oregon, and rental rates here are also much lower. About half of the city's residents own their homes, many of which are single-family residences.

There are six distinct districts within Roseburg:


Roseburg has many fascinating attractions for visitors to enjoy:


Due to Roseburg's proximity to several national landmarks, the city's residents can enjoy activities within the city and in the surrounding areas.


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