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2017

Portland Metro Area Cities

Portland - Downtown/Northwest

Portland - Downtown/Northwest

Downtown and Northwest Portland are the most urban of Portland neighborhoods with a high concentration of restaurants, shopping, nightlife, and cultural institutions.

Portland - Southwest

Portland - Southwest

Downtown and Northwest Portland are the most urban of Portland neighborhoods with a high concentration of restaurants, shopping, nightlife, and cultural institutions.

Portland - Southeast

Portland - Southeast

Southeast Portland might be considered the most “Portland” of Portland neighborhoods, fulfilling every Portlandia cliché that you could hope for, with hipster driven style and artisanal everything.

Portland - Northeast

Portland - Northeast

Northeast Portland is a trendy neighborhood for shoppers, artists, and foodies. With similar creative energy to Southeast Portland, but a slightly more grown-up vibe, Northeast is becoming a popular destination to call home.

Portland - East

Portland - East

East of 82nd Avenue is considered East Portland — a neighborhood that once existed as a separate city entirely. East Portland was annexed by the city in 1891, and today it’s home to about 28% of Portlanders.

Portland - North

Portland - North

You’ll hear locals talk about North Portland as the next place that’s sure to see an influx of residents and a face-lift to match.

Banks, Oregon

Banks, Oregon

About 10 miles northwest of Hillsboro, Banks offers quick access to employment in the Silicon Forest, the coastal beaches and many hiking and camping opportunities.

Battle Ground, Washington

Battle Ground, Washington

Battle Ground is 25 miles from Portland, Oregon, and one of the fastest growing communities in the state of Washington.

Beaverton, Oregon

Beaverton, Oregon

Beaverton is the fifth-largest city in Oregon with over 95,000 residents, making it the second-largest Portland suburb.

Camas, Washington

Camas, Washington

Home to approximately 21,000 residents, the City of Camas is in east Clark County along the banks of the majestic Columbia River, and is about 20 miles east from Portland.

Canby, Oregon

Canby, Oregon

Canby residents enjoy the close-knit sense of community, a wide variety of housing with larger lots at a median list price of just over $300,000. New subdivisions are actively being developed with more on the horizon.

Carlton, Oregon

Carlton, Oregon

Carlton, Oregon is a small town in Yamhill County, 40 miles southwest of Portland with around 2,000 residents – most of who are in the wine or tourism business.

Cornelius, Oregon

Cornelius, Oregon

Cornelius is a small city situated in the fertile Tualatin River Valley, 26 miles west of Portland and is home to one of the oldest golf courses in the Pacific Northwest.

Damascus, Oregon

Damascus, Oregon

Nestled within buttes, adorned with evergreens and stunning views of Mt. Hood and the Clackamas River, Damascus offers venues for year-round outdoor recreational opportunities and community gatherings.

Dayton, Oregon

Dayton, Oregon

More and more people are noticing Dayton and relocating, and the City continues to improve its infrastructure in order to keep pace with growth.

Dundee, Oregon

Dundee, Oregon

About 30 minutes southwest of Portland in the Willamette Valley’s wine country is the City of Dundee, home to approximately 3,100 residents.

Durham, Oregon

Durham, Oregon

The City of Durham is a small community of about 1,900 located between Tigard and Tualatin, nestled among tall Douglas fir trees.

Estacada, Oregon

Estacada, Oregon

Estacada is a small, growing town about 40 minutes southeast of Portland, approaching the base of Mt. Hood.

Fairview, Oregon

Fairview, Oregon

Fairview is 15 miles east of Portland, with easy access to the Columbia River Gorge.

Forest Grove, Oregon

Forest Grove, Oregon

Forest Grove offers old time charm with a full range of modern amenities. With twenty active subdivisions, this dynamic growing city offers a wide range of housing, from affordable up to elaborate with views of Mt. Hood.

Gladstone, Oregon

Gladstone, Oregon

Gladstone is located 12 miles south of Portland, at the confluence of the Clackamas and Willamette rivers, making it a great place to live for fishing, kayaking, and boating, with easy access to Portland.

Gresham, Oregon

Gresham, Oregon

Gresham residents enjoy the close proximity to the Mt. Hood National forest, which is less than 20 miles away.

Happy Valley, Oregon

Happy Valley, Oregon

About six miles east of Portland, Happy Valley is proud of its small town feel, schools, small businesses, and parks which provide families with a strong, safe community.

Hillsboro, Oregon

Hillsboro, Oregon

Residents and visitors alike enjoy Hillsboro’s farmers markets, dog parks, arts venues, community gardens, locally-owned restaurants, and shopping options.

King City, Oregon

King City, Oregon

King City is on the edge of the region’s Urban Growth Boundary, where Washington County transitions to an agricultural area of nurseries, wineries and farms, 10 miles south of downtown Portland.

La Center, Washington

La Center, Washington

Strong family values are reflected in all aspects of the La Center community.

Lake Oswego, Oregon

Lake Oswego, Oregon

Lake Oswego is considered one of the finest residential areas in Oregon, and the schools in the city rate among the top in the state. Residents enjoy the convenience of small neighborhood retail areas.

McMinnville, Oregon

McMinnville, Oregon

McMinnville provides the modern services of a large city, and still maintains its charm of yesterday, with many say that the quaint downtown area looks like a movie set.

Milwaukie, Oregon

Milwaukie, Oregon

Milwaukie’s amenities include affordable housing, regional bicycle trails, an active arts community, and a famous farmers market.

Molalla, Oregon

Molalla, Oregon

​Molalla is located 30 miles southeast of Portland, and is a rural community of about 8,100 residents who enjoy the abundance of outdoor recreation like fishing, hunting, kayaking, rafting, camping, and horseback riding.

Newberg, Oregon

Newberg, Oregon

Newberg is the only city or town in the Northwest to have produced a president of the United States, Herbert Hoover. And, Newberg is the home of A-dec, the world’s largest manufacturer of dental equipment.

North Plains, Oregon

North Plains, Oregon

North Plains is 15 miles west of downtown Portland, along the northern edge of Highway 26, with many residents employed by large close-by companies like Intel, Genentech, and Nike.

Oregon City, Oregon

Oregon City, Oregon

Known as the end of the Oregon Trail, Oregon City is at the south end of the Portland metro area, 13 miles south of Portland, just below the horseshoe-shaped Willamette Falls, on the Willamette River

Ridgefield, Washington

Ridgefield, Washington

Both long time and new residents of Ridgefield appreciate the strong sense of community, family friendly atmosphere, and stunning natural surroundings - about 25 miles north of Portland.

Sandy, Oregon

Sandy, Oregon

Sandy has grown in popularity due to the pastoral feel of the community, where residents enjoy a rural lifestyle while still having the urban amenities of nearby metropolitan Portland, just 25 miles away.

Sherwood, Oregon

Sherwood, Oregon

Tucked between suburban Portland and Oregon’s acclaimed wine country, Sherwood has fantastic schools, affordable homes, and strong job opportunities.

Tigard, Oregon

Tigard, Oregon

Tigard boasts nearly 3,000 businesses and more than 50,000 residents. Residents have access to 12 miles of trails spread throughout the City and more than 510 acres of parks and open spaces.

Troutdale, Oregon

Troutdale, Oregon

Troutdale boasts high quality and affordable housing in safe neighborhoods, high income and education levels, good schools, and great parks.

Tualatin, Oregon

Tualatin, Oregon

Tualatin is located 12 miles south of Portland, at the intersection of thriving business and charming community, and is home of the nation’s oldest Crawfish Festival west of the Mississippi River..

Vancouver, Washington

Vancouver, Washington

With no state income tax, proximity to outdoor recreation, its active downtown area, and historic attractions, residents will agree that Vancouver is one of the best places to live in the U.S.

Washougal, Washington

Washougal, Washington

Just 15 minutes from Portland International Airport (PDX), Washougal is away from the rushed pace of the city life, yet close enough to enjoy all that the metro region has to offer.

West Linn, Oregon

West Linn, Oregon

West Linn is known as the City of Hills, Trees and Rivers. Nestled next to the Willamette and Tualatin rivers, the city has scenic vistas in nearly every direction.

Wilsonville, Oregon

Wilsonville, Oregon

Wilsonville is a community with a safe, relaxed small-town spirit where the crime rate is low and the schools are grea, with a wide variety of housing types that appeal to people of all incomes and ages.

Wood Village, Oregon

Wood Village, Oregon

Wood Village is proud of its small town atmosphere, while providing access to many urban amenities.

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