This is a question that has been on the minds of many Central Oregonians. There’s a great opportunity to prepare the region into more development, although it has to be considered with precaution. There is a limit on the resources this part of Oregon can tolerate and how many people can reside here.
If this balance is found and kept in a lower range, the cities will keep thriving.
Regarding to the best spots, we can share with you a few areas.
Starting off with the Skyline Forest, in the northwest outskirts of Bend. This place has been for sale and bought for several times now, finally opening to a new buyer.
If this goes to a development firm, it could be the area where the cities will spawn.
The Next Area could be on the northside of Redmond.
There has been recent construction on that side of the town, so it will most probably be a good spot to thrive. Capacity load balance or limit should be the main focus.
Prineville will be our last observation. It has been growing steadly over the years and it still conserves a traditional, low population attitude.
Great if you’re looking for a place to retire.
Take a look at these and possibly make your decision to live in these parts of the USA
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