Union has maintained its rural charm and friendly atmosphere. With a population of just over 2100 this town has clean air and fabulous water and is a highly desirable place to live, play, retire and visit. Open space, appealing Victorian style homes, buildings and tree-lined streets preserves its historic authenticity.
Union has many great amenities including Buffalo Peak Golf Course, Eastern Oregon Live Stock show, Union County Museum, Union Historic Cemetery, Union Historic Hotel, Historic Carnegie Library, too many to list.
Union offers a unique character and quality of life. Strategically placed between La Grande and North Powder on Highway 203 and 237, Union has much to offer. With the Federal Highway (Interstate 84) 11 miles northwest of Union, access to and from the community is efficient and diverse. Union has infrastructure to allow growth without disturbing the beauty of the landscape.
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