Evicted in Oregon: County Eviction Profiles (2022-2023)

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Eviction -- Oregon -- Economic aspects, Housing -- Law and legislation -- Oregon, Eviction -- Oregon -- Statistics, Social justice


Eviction filings, case outcomes, and court procedures vary widely across the state. Housing markets, demographics, and available programs and services differ, resulting in variable patterns of housing instability due to eviction. Eviction cases in Oregon are processed through county-level circuit court and justice court systems, and significant variation in procedures and outcomes can occur.. To capture some of this county-level variation - and to provide a resource for local organizers and policymakers - we created a series of ten County Eviction Profiles. Each profile includes information on county demographics, rental housing, eviction filings, the causes listed on termination notices, disparities in legal representation, and eviction case outcomes.


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