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Welcome to beautiful Northeast Oregon!

Over 2,100 people live within the city limits of Union and there is room to grow without disrupting the natural beauty of the landscape or the quality of life. Union is 15 miles southeast of La Grande via Highway 203, 15 miles northeast of North Powder via Highway 237 and 35 miles north of Baker City via Highway 237. Union enjoys a scenic location on the banks of Catherine Creek. The valley is considered the largest circular mountain valley in North America.

Union enjoys a moderate climate with average temperatures ranging from a 24-degree low (January) to  84-degree high (July). The frost-free growing season is 117 days, average annual precipitation is 26 inches, average snowfall up to 28 inches, and the altitude is a pleasant 2,769 feet.

The following are a few of our local and surrounding assets that may help guide your visit:

Adventure Awaits…

A guide to assist in your visit to beautiful Union, OR

Local Community Events

Follow the link to the right to see our community calendar and find a local community created event to attend while you visit.

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City Events

Follow the link to the right the view upcoming public city events that may interest you in attending while you visit our city.

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Eastern Oregon Livestock Show

Eastern Oregon Livestock Show: The oldest livestock show in the northwest always in the first full week of June. This rodeo started in 1908 and features both PRCA sanctioned rodeo completion and livestock judging for FFA and 4-H members. There is also an established track for parimutuel horse racing.

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