The Oregon Spatial Data Library provides easy and convenient ways to find, access, and share geospatial data at no cost to the user. Currently, more than 200 datasets can be displayed and downloaded, with more to be added as they are available.
Developed in partnership with Oregon State University Libraries, Institute for Natural Resources, and the Oregon Department of Administrative Services Geospatial Enterprise Office (DAS-GEO), the Oregon Spatial Data Library features access to all statewide "framework" data available for Oregon. These are the datasets that serve as "base data" for a variety of GIS applications that support important research, business, and public services. Framework datasets include administrative boundaries, transportation, land use, ownership, water, hazards, and wetlands. Many state and federal agencies have contributed to the collaborative development and continued stewardship of these datasets.