Get to know Portland
The city of Portland is well known for its coffee, locally celebrated brew festivals, iconic landmarks, and so much more. Experience the city’s passion for its local sports teams at a Trail Blazer’s, Thorn’s, or Timber’s game, or enjoy the Portland Art Museum’s rotating features. Whether your passion is food, the arts, sports, or exploring nature, Portland has limitless experiences you will appreciate every time you step back into your home.
As summer continues in Oregon, many of us are outdoors barbecuing or making weekend trips to the beach. There is no shortage of activity in the Pacific Northwest, but if you need ideas check out this article by OregonLive for events to plan for 2019!
Whether you are looking for your dream home, wanting to build a new home or getting ready to remodel or redecorate your current home, the NW Natural Street of Dreams will have something for you. Be inspired by stunning homes featured in Wilsonville, available to tour from July 27 to August 25, 2019. Children 10 and under are always FREE!
"Intel forecasts its huge new Hillsboro factory will increase the company’s Oregon workforce by about 9 percent, 1,750 more jobs in total, according to permitting documents submitted to city planners."
"In news that will shock absolutely no one in Portland, Portland has been named the "Best Foodie City" in the United States of America by Wallet Hub." In a comparison of food affordability, diversity, accessibility and quality Portland was ranked #1 versus 182 other cities. If you would like begin exploring some of Portland's best restaurants, start here.
"The Metro Council approved four expansions to the region’s urban growth boundary Thursday, opening 2,200 acres just outside four cities for development...
The regional government accepted proposals from Beaverton, Hillsboro, King City and Wilsonville that together are expected to account for 6,100 new houses and 3,100 apartments."