Invest in Oregon with Oregon Bonds
Oregon bonds are an investment in important public infrastructure and ultimately in our long-term quality of life, and they offer advantages for certain investors. Bonds provide funding for road construction, energy transmission lines, schools, water, and other critical infrastructure projects. Projects on the drawing board include bridges, new buildings and repairs at community colleges and universities, and seismic rehabilitation projects.
Buying Oregon Bonds
Bond investing offers advantages for certain investors, who can earn a rate of return while helping to build a better state. The state generally gives Oregonians who place orders for publicly offered state bonds through a broker top priority over institutional buyers like mutual funds. Learn more about buying Oregon bonds through a retail broker on our FAQ.
Bond investors receive predictable interest payments in exchange for their investments. In addition, the interest income from many of these bonds are exempt from federal and Oregon personal income taxes. Consult your broker or financial advisor for details and to see if municipal bonds are appropriate for you.
This website is not an offer to sell or solicitation of an offer to buy bonds or notes. Oregon Bonds are only available for purchase through a licensed municipal securities broker-dealer. For more information on municipal securities in general, visit the
EMMA website. For more information on upcoming State of Oregon bond sales,
State of Oregon Financial Information:
Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports
Economic & Revenue Forecasts
Public Employees Retirement System
Governor's Recommended Budget
Legislatively Adopted Budget
This website is not an offer to sell or solicitation of an offer to buy bonds or notes. Bonds and notes may only be purchased through a municipal securities broker-dealer. You should not purchase bonds until you have reviewed an Official Statement, which is included on the
Upcoming Bond Sales web page or available from a broker-dealer.
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For information on municipal securities data and documents, visit the
To learn about the State Debt Policy Advisory Commission, go here .
For information on upcoming State of Oregon bond offerings,