Oregon - Oregon License Plates with StreamlineJK License Plate Frame
The state of Oregon has 22 specialty license plates available of which 14 are various versions of its core "Tree" plate with a special interest groups' logo on the side. The other 8 are quite unique specialty license plates depicting scenes from around the state and also themed special interest groups. All available via the DMV although some must be ordered and delivered by mail.
Here are a few of our favorite Oregon affinity license plates showcased with the StreamlineJK License Plate Frame.
The fee for the Crater Lake specialty License Plate supports the Oregon Community Foundation for use on Crater Lake National Park Projects. This custom plate background is only available for passenger vehicles.
The Pacific Wonderland specialty license plate supports the Oregon State Capitol Foundation and the Oregon Historical Society. Oregon schoolchildren originally created the Pacific Wonderland license plate in honor of Oregon's 100th birthday. The license plates featured the colors of the state flag, a blue background with yellow font and had the words "Pacific Wonderland" below the letters and numbers. Oregon issued the original Pacific Wonderland plates for five years between 1959 and 1964. The new iteration, issued in 2009, features the same bold, blue background, yellow font, and "Pacific Wonderland" motto, but also includes the popular Oregon 150 logo in honor of Oregon's 150th birthday.
Oregon's Wine Country specialty license plate is available through the Oregon DMV. Wine Country license plate proceeds will be directed to the Oregon Tourism Commission to support the promotion of Oregon as a travel & tourism destination, and will be distributed as follows:
- 50% to matching grants for wine and culinary tourism promotion
- 50% to regional tourism agencies throughout Oregon, based on an acreage formula of grapes in production
The fees from the sale of the Oregon specialty license plates with the university logos on them go to the respective university for use in their general fund. The plate design is the Oregon Tree design used on the regular plate with room left on the left hand side for the school crest or logo. The two most popular also correspond with the state's largest schools, Oregon State University and the University of Oregon.