Cost of Living in New Pine Creek, Oregon

Cost of Living in New Pine Creek, Oregon

New Pine Creek is a Census-designated place in Lake County, Oregon, with a population of 67. The total cost of housing, food, child care, transportation, health care, taxes, and other necessities for a single adult in New Pine Creek is $35,486 a year — less than the annual cost of living for Oregon of $39,787 and less than the national figure of $38,433.

Using cost of living data from the nonprofift think tank Economic Policy Institute, 24/7 Wall St. estimated the cost of living in New Pine Creek and over 29,000 other cities and towns in the US.

Housing Costs in New Pine Creek, Oregon

Housing is one of the largest components of cost of living. In New Pine Creek, the median home value is $141,000, less than the national median home value of $204,900.

Renting is a sometimes lower cost alternative to homeownership. In New Pine Creek, some 0.00% of occupied homes are rented, less than the 36.2% national renter rate.

Transportation Costs in New Pine Creek, Oregon

Transportation can also be a significant component of cost of living. The average commute in New Pine Creek is - minutes long, compared to the 26.6-minute average commute nationwide. Taking into account the cost of gas, as well as public transit and car maintenance, the EPI estimates that a single person in New Pine Creek spends $11,629 a year on transportation, more than the national average of $9,760.

Health Care Costs in New Pine Creek, Oregon

Out-of-pocket health care costs and insurance premiums — assuming at least a basic level of health insurance coverage — are far higher than they are on average nationwide in New Pine Creek and also well above what they are across Oregon as a whole.

For a single adult living in the area, average health care costs come out to $5,127 per year, compared to an average of $3,908 across Oregon and $4,266 nationwide.

Child care Costs in New Pine Creek, Oregon

For families with children, child care adds thousands of dollars to overall annual spending. In New Pine Creek, the average annual cost of child care for two children — one 4 year old and one 8 year old — is $13,366, about $4,500 less than the comparable average of $17,839 across all of Oregon. Meanwhile, across the U.S. as a whole, childcare expenses for two children averages $15,853 per year.

Food Costs in New Pine Creek, Oregon

Food is another every day expense that has a significant impact on overall cost of living. Data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows that the cost of food varies from city to city and town to town.

In New Pine Creek, a single adult spends an average of $3,185 on food annually, and a family of four spends $9,198 on average. For context, average annual food expenditure across Oregon and the U.S., respectively, are $3,279 and $3,240 for a single adult, and $9,470 and $9,354 for a family of four. These estimates are calculated for a nutritionally adequate diet of food purchased at a grocery store for at-home preparation.

Taxes in New Pine Creek, Oregon

Few expenses vary as much from city to city and town to town as taxes. Accounting for state and federal income taxes, as well as Social Security contributions and Medicare payroll taxes, the average adult working in New Pine Creek, Oregon pays $6,766 annually — relatively little compared to the statewide average of $7,784.

It is important to note that these calculations do not include other common taxes such as property, sales, and excise taxes. Accounting for these taxes, while excluding taxes levied at the federal level, New Pine Creek residents live in a state with a modest average tax burden. Per capita state tax collections in Oregon total $3,017 per year, compared to the $3,151 average across all states.


To estimate the cost of housing, food, transportation, health care, child care, taxes, and other necessities, 24/7 Wall St. assigned county-level Economic Policy Institute data to cities, towns, villages and Census-designated places based on boundary definitions from the U.S. Census Bureau. For places that span multiple counties, data was aggregated based on the percentage of boundary overlap.

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