Keizer is in Marion County, 43 miles south of Portland in the Salem Metropolitan Area. This is a city with a rich history, and there are many museums and historical sites to visit. There are also great shops and eateries that locals love to frequent and 19 parks to get out and enjoy the amazing trails. Keizer has little town charm with a big identity. Residents love living here and frequently shop in their city. They have pride in their community and support local businesses.
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Here’s some cool information and fun facts about Keizer, Oregon. In the 1840s, settlers reached the area, and 15 years later, there were 18 families owning almost 8,000 acres. The community was named after one of the largest landholders, Thomas Dove Keizur. A school and church soon were built, and people farmed the land. Flooding was a problem in the area, and families had to relocate to higher grounds in 1861. After dams were built in the 1950s, the development grew fast with more schools and more businesses, including berry fields and orchards.
In 1982, the community of Clear Lake joined with Keizer to become the new city of Keizer.
Today, the total population of this small American city is 39,713 people.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, The racial makeup is:
- 71.9% White
- 21.3% Hispanic
- 0.3% African American
- 0.8% Native American
- 1.2% Asian
The median household income is $62,560.
- Rock drummer Deen Castronovo was raised in Keizer and went to South Salem High School. He is best known as a band member of Journey as well as recording and touring with Ozzy Osbourne and Black Sabbath.
- Schreiner’s Iris Gardens founded the city’s annual KeizerFEST, showing off the Iris growing industry in Keizer. Schreiners is one of the biggest iris growers in the U.S.
- Keizer lies in the Willamette Valley. The water from the Willamette River is said to be the tastiest and cleanest water in the Pacific Northwest.
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