Imbler

Imbler is a city in Union County, Oregon that was platted in 1891. Jesse Imbler was a farmer in the valley in the 1890’s, and it was on his land that the town was platted in 1891. The Kerr Gifford Company elevator in Imbler stands on the site of the first flour mill built in that town by Jesse Hindman and John McKinnis in 1903.

It is a charming little town that invites people to come and explore while enjoying the many beautiful outdoor amenities found in Eastern Oregon.

The state highway connects Imbler with La Grande to the southwest and Elgin to the northeast. Flowing north slightly east of the city is the Grande Ronde River.

For more information, visit imbleroregon.com/

Imbler

Population

Total Population

345

Population
Growth Rate

1.46%

Median Age

47

Diversity Index

19.200

Housing & Income

Households

128

Total Housing Units

134


Owner Occupied

100

Renter Occupied

28

Vacant

6

Median Home Value

$222,727


Average Home Value

$250,500

Income
Growth Rate

Median
Household Income

1.41%


Per Capita Income

3.67%

Income Projection

Median Household

$41,720 $55,860


Average Household

$66,656 $78,697


Per Capita

$25,466 $30,489

Workforce

Total Businesses

16

Total Employed

132

Workers 16+

151

AG/Forestry/Fish/Hunting

Businesses

1

Employed

20

Mining

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Utilities

Businesses

0

Employed

0

Construction

Businesses

1

Employed

1

Manufacturing

Businesses

1

Employed

1

Wholesale Trade

Businesses

1

Employed

10

Some
High School

7

Graduated
High School

60

Associates
Degree

23

Bachelor's
Degree

67

Graduate
Degree

17

Average Commute Time

26 min.



Resident Commuters

141

Non-Resident Commuters

4

Drive Alone

120

Carpooled

8

Public

0

Work At Home

15


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