Cedar Mill, OR

Population: 15,993

Key findings

  • Cedar Mill has a Livability Score of 83/100, which is considered exceptional
  • Cedar Mill crime rates are 59% lower than the Oregon average
  • Cost of living in Cedar Mill is 25% higher than the Oregon average
  • Cedar Mill real estate prices are 100% higher than the Oregon average
  • Rental prices in Cedar Mill are 5% higher than the Oregon average

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      Cedar Mill Oregon: The Heart of Oregon
      Attractions10/10
      Community10/10
      Nightlife9/10
      Dining9/10
      Shopping9/10
      I experienced a fantastic time while living in Cedar Mill Oregon. The city is located in Washington County. Cedar Mill is close to the Portland Oregon Metropolitan area. The town is a great little division of Oregon. I love that it has great schools and excellent housing structure. Employment opportunities have increased over the past 5 years or so, so there are ample opportunities for great jobs. The weather is awesome. This is a city where you can enjoy all four seasons in all of its splendor. Crime is next to non-existent. The communities are safe and secure in the daytime as well as evening hours. Living expenses here can be rather costly, in comparison to other areas in the city.

      Some of the best areas in Cedar Mill Oregon surround Cedar Mill Falls. This is a nature area that has flowing creeks, streams, and waterways. Nature is magnificent here. There are mountainscapes with iconic rock formations and the town offers a scenic boardwalk that recently opened. The community is huge in fostering family living.
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      Source: The Cedar Mill, OR data and statistics displayed above are derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).