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    • Beaverton

      The City of Beaverton is located seven miles west of Portland, Oregon, in the Tualatin River Valley, encompasses 19.6 square miles, and is home to more than 95,000 residents. The…

    • Forest Grove

      If you want a lifestyle without the pressures of big city living, slower pace, nationally ranked schools, low crime, affordable housing, historic downtown, sporting and cultural organizations, abundant parks, excellent…

    • Gresham

      Gresham is a welcoming community of hard-working people where tradition and heritage meet innovation and opportunity in Oregon’s fourth largest city. Located just minutes from iconic Mount Hood, Multnomah Falls…

    • Hillsboro

      Take family farms, wineries and educational centers. Add high-tech headquarters and state-of-the-art health care. Stir. Enjoy. There is something fortuitous about finding hometown pride alongside progressive values in a midsize…

    • Lake Oswego

      Located in the northwestern corner of Clackamas County on the banks of the scenic Willamette River and hugging the shore of a 405-acre lake, Lake Oswego is nestled among many…

    • Milwaukie

      Milwaukie is making great strides to realize its potential in the metropolitan area. Offering both a small town feel and close proximity to Portland, the city is uniquely positioned to…

    • Newberg

      Newberg, the second largest city in Yamhill County, is located about a mile north of a northerly bend in the Willamette River. The city is located in the eastern part…

    • Oregon City

      Oregon City is located 13 miles South of Portland at the confluence of the Willamette and Clackamas Rivers. The city has three major zones, defined by steep hills or bluffs.…

    • Portland

      Big city excitement and small town charm make Portland, known as “the City of Roses,” a favorite destination. Portland, situated approximately 70 miles from the Pacific Ocean where the Columbia…

    • Sherwood

      Sherwood was first incorporated in 1893 as a town. Originally named Smockville after its founder, James Christopher Smock, the town was given its current name by local businessman Robert Alexander…

    • Tigard

      With a diverse economy, strong schools and outstanding parks, Tigard is one of the most livable cities in Oregon. Since its incorporation in 1961, the city has grown to become…

    • Tualatin

      The City of Tualatin, population 27,000, is a dynamic, vibrant community conveniently located just 12 miles south of Portland and 30 miles north of Salem, the state capital. Situated at…

    • West Linn

      West Linn, Oregon, known as “the city of hills, trees and rivers”, is a fast-growing residential city located 12 miles south of Portland. It has all of the advantages of…

    • Wilsonville

      Once a small farming community, Wilsonville is now a fast-growing city of about 23,740. It has a diverse economy strengthened by leading firms in the high-tech industry and numerous warehousing…

    • Vancouver

      Vancouver, Washington sits on the north bank of the Columbia River directly across from Portland, Oregon. The Pacific Coast is less than 90 miles to the west. The Cascade Mountain…