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Bisected by a river that winds for 111 miles from the southern Cascade Mountains to the Pacific Ocean, the Umpqua Valley is known for its legendary outdoor recreation, its award-winning wineries, and sophisticated, locally sourced cuisine. Anchoring the region, Roseburg, with its walkable and historic downtown, is the area’s cultural and commercial heart. The Umpqua Economic Development Partnership has positioned itself to be the lead economic development organization in Douglas County. This has been achieved through a devotion to attracting, retaining, and expanding businesses. Developing a highly skilled workforce in the region has also been a key part of these efforts. This economic dashboard is a result of our commitment to data transparency within the community, and beyond, as a measure of our economic progress. These indicators play a vital role in fulfilling our mission to promote economic growth throughout the county, by cultivating the best business opportunities, working with and facilitating strategic partnerships—all in line with the needs of our community.

Population

Population grew by 5,251 over the last 5 years and is projected to grow by 6,346 over the next 5 years

Education Attainment

Demographics

Industry

Employment

Job Postings




Workforce

Change Businesses Open and Revenue

Housing

Douglas Co. Occupied Units: 46,186 Total Vacant Units: 332

Tourism Demand on Housing

In-Migration