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Oregon Bonds

Safe and resilient public facilities improve the quality of life for every Oregonian. Treasury's bonding programs promote the wise use of debt to build key infrastructure - while protecting our credit ratings, creating construction jobs, and giving investors the opportunity to Buy Oregon Bonds.

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Investing in Oregon, and yourself

Bonds build a better Oregon. Treasury helps determine the state's debt capacity, assists governments of all sizes with bond resources, and connects nonprofits and qualified businesses to tax-free debt to improve Oregon communities.

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Buy Oregon Bonds

Investors can buy bonds to help improve Oregon - and earn a rate of return.

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Non-Profits

The Oregon Facilities Authority makes non-profit projects more affordable, from schools to housing.

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State Debt Capacity

The State Debt Policy Advisory Commission recommends the ceiling to the governor and legislators for tax and lottery backed debt.

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Invest in Oregon

The Oregon Sustainability Bond program gives you the opportunity to invest in Oregon priorities and earn competitive returns. In early 2019, you can buy Certificates of Participation to help assure that the Elliott State Forest remains in public ownership.

Credit Ratings

Independent ratings tell investors about the creditworthiness of municipal bond issuers. The State of Oregon's General Obligation bonds have relatively high credit ratings. Oregon has never defaulted on any bond that it has pledged to repay from State moneys.

The current credit ratings are:
AA+ - Fitch Ratings Aa1 - Moody's Investor Service AA+ - Standard & Poor's

Statewide Bond Calendar

The Municipal Debt Advisory Commission helps provide technical support to local governments and a statewide schedule of upcoming sales to help them to better plan their bond offerings.

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Disclaimer

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 that may be viewed through the Debt Management Division's website or obtained from a broker-dealer.

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