Rock Creek

Rock Creek is a city in Northwest Oregon, along the Columbia River, near the Oregon-Washington border. The city has a population of 9,972 and is growing at a moderate pace. Since the 2010 census, the city has seen an increase of 1.12% in the population. It spans an area of 2 square miles, which gives it a population density of 5,095 people per square mile.

Although Rock Creek experiences a seasonal variation in its weather, the average temperature is fairly consistent throughout the year. Temperatures are coldest during the winter months (July to February) and are generally pleasant in spring, summer, and fall. Rock Creek, Oregon experiences a moderate amount of rain and snowfall throughout the year.

Rain alone is the most common form of precipitation in Rock Creek, with an average of 16.5 days of precipitation. The highest probability of rain alone occurs on November 18, with a 56% chance of precipitation. Rain alone is considered to be the most common form of precipitation in the area but does not include any trace amounts.

The warmest time of the year in Rock Creek is between June 16 and September 26. Temperatures rarely fall below 25 degrees and rarely reach 96 degrees. The coolest month is February, with an average temperature of 49degF. The average water temperature in Rock Creek is calculated with the 25th-75th percentile bands and the corresponding 10th-90th percentile bands.

The length of the growing season in Rock Creek varies throughout the year. The shortest day of the year is December 21, and the longest day is June 21. Throughout the year, the length of the day is typically between six and eight hours. There are also periods of twilight and full darkness, which are indicated by color bands.

Rock Creek is a census-designated place (CDP) in Washington County, Oregon. It has a population of 3,765 at the 2010 census. Bethany is an unincorporated town and a census-designated place (CDO). The town of Bethany is located about 2 miles east of Rock Creek.

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The area is bordered by the Washington and Oregon states and is home to a large master-planned community. It has an elementary school, tennis courts, green spaces, walking trails, and a community pool. The town is near the Seattle metropolitan area and has many large companies. There is an airport nearby, making it convenient for business travelers.

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