This may be because the city is committed to respecting nature and has even received the designation "Tree City USA" from the National Arbor Day Foundation. The Tualatin Community Park on the TUALatin River has been hosting the annual lobster festival since 1959. The refuge is a popular destination for birdwatchers and one of the most popular bird watching destinations in Oregon and the nation. Because there is so much rain, Oregon has the second highest number of rainforests in North America, after California.
Tualatin does a lot to provide and maintain wildlife and natural areas around it, such as the TUALatin National Wildlife Refuge. Throughout Tialatin there are hundreds of kilometres of paths, sometimes connected by paths and sometimes by bike paths.
Tualatin, Oregon, ranks third in Oregon in the number of single people per 100,000 people, with a total of 31. Of those 31, five are actually within the city limits of TUALATIN, so Oregon has the second highest percentage of people with a bachelor's degree or more. We also compared the population of the third largest city in Portland County, Oregon, by people who have never married, divorced or widowed, compared to the states outside Oregon. Tualatins is about 10.9% smaller because people are single (49%) than Portland (51%).
Tualatin, Oregon, ranks second in Oregon in the number of women who have never married and has the second highest proportion of women who have never married per 100,000 inhabitants. Unmarried mothers who gave birth to a child within the last 12 months, broken down by age group, also appear and rank second, but have a higher proportion of unmarried mothers aged 20-34 (35.7% of the total population) than the state as a whole (29.1%). Tualatins, Oregon, ranked first in Portland County in the number and percentage (2.5%) of single people per capita, and had the third highest percentage of people who were never married (3.2%) and third overall (4.4%, the highest of all states).
Tualatin, Oregon, ranked first in Portland County in terms of the number and percentage of single people per capita, and had the second highest proportion of men who had never been married, 14.7%, the highest of any state. Tualatins, Oregon, ranks second in the 20-34 age group, but has the third highest percentage (3.2%) of unmarried men and women.
Among the key findings of this chart is that Tualatin, Oregon, has the second highest percentage of single people per capita in Portland County and the third highest percentage of unmarried men and women in the age group between 20 and 34 years. Tialatin has a population that was born in Oregon, one percent of the country (11.6%), which is less than most other places in the area.
Figure 10 shows the percentage of non-Hispanic whites, including Hispanics, in Tualatin, Oregon (1.5%) and Portland County (2.2%). Figure 11 compares the ratio of the number of men to the number of women and shows a median age broken down by sex, as shown in the table below, which shows the age distribution for men and women between 20 and 34 years. The population is divided into different age groups: 5.8% are 65 years or older and 4.3% are over 65. Oregon has the second highest number of single people per capita in Portland County and the third highest percentage for the surrounding region.
The lightly tinted area outside the border is the area with the highest number of hours per capita in the city of Tualatin and the second highest percentage of single people in Portland County.
Tualatin has about 141 days of sunshine, but the area is rainy 147 days a year and the sky is about as cloudy as the rest of Portland County, with an average of about 1.4 inches of rain a year. The sky was about 2.5 inches above average across Oregon in 2012.
According to the tourism score, the best time of year to visit Tualatin for a family of four in Portland County is early July through late August. According to our calculations, it would be mid-July or late-August for the average number of people per capita in the region, with an average of about 1.5 inches of rain per year. According to this value, the most popular time for families with three to four people a month to visit TUALATIN is the end of July and / or the end of September or the beginning of October. Based on these results, the least popular day of the year for parents of 3 to 4 people is an hour and a half an hour a day to a few hours.
The growing season in Tualatin lasts from April to September and rarely ends between 19 October and 7 December, and there is no wind. In spring, summer time (summer time) is observed from March 8 and lasts 7-8 months until it ends on November 1 in autumn. The growing season in Tualinen rarely starts between February 15 and April 16, but there are no winds. In summer, the growing season is from July to August, with an average of 2.5 inches of rain per year.