Santa Clara, Eugene, Oregon

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Santa Clara (Eugene, Oregon)
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Santa Clara is a community in Lane County, Oregon, United States, part of which is a neighborhood of the city of Eugene, but most of which is an unincorporated area. Prior to a number of partial annexations by the city between 1990 and 2005,[citation needed] Santa Clara was an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Lane County. Its current population is approximately 13,000.[citation needed]

According to U.S. Census Bureau figures, the racial composition of Santa Clara's population is 91 percent white, 0.8 percent black, 1.2 percent American Indian, 1.2 percent Asian, 0.2 percent Pacific Islander, 2.2 percent some other race, and 3.4 percent two or more races.[citation needed] Latinos, who may be of any race, form 4.7 percent of Santa Clara's population.[citation needed]

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Santa Clara is located on the banks of the Willamette River. Its northern boundary is considered to be Beacon Drive in Eugene, the southern boundary is Oregon Route 569 (Randy Pape Belt Line Road), its western boundary is the Northwest Expressway, and its eastern boundary is the river.

Santa Clara has an elevation of 388 feet (118 m).

Approximately 40 percent of the land area of Santa Clara lies within the city limits of Eugene, while the remaining 60 percent is unincorporated.[1]

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Coordinates: 44°06′N 123°07′W / 44.10°N 123.12°W / 44.10; -123.12