Portland Neighborhoods Map

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The city of Portland, OR has a population of 620,589 and a population density of 4,650 people per square mile. There are a total of 63 Portland, OR neighborhoods. The neighborhood with the highest Livability Score is Alameda and the largest neighhorhood by population is Powellhurst. The Portland, OR neighborhood map is a great way to see which neighborhoods have a higher Livability Score compared to those with a lower Livability Score.

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One of the best places to live in The United States is Portland, Oregon. This city offers residents a ton of fun and exciting things to see and to. The city is located on the Willamette and Columbus Rivers and is in the shadows of the Mt. Hood Volcano National Forest. Parks, museums, and a ton of spots for a fun nightlife await you in Portland. The city has a great public transportation system that runs through the various neighborhoods and the historic downtown area of the Pioneer Courthouse Square. The beautiful neighborhoods of Portland offer a ton of living options to choose from. The neighborhoods of Alameda, Center, and Sellwood-Moreland are extremely popular for homeowners of every walk of life.


Alameda is one of Portland's luxury residential neighborhoods. The homes in this neighborhood are large and spacious. Home values are among the highest in the city and crime rates are relatively low. The neighborhood is situated west of the Willamette River and west of the Rose City Golf Course. There are a variety of exciting venues for unique entertainment options in the Alameda neighborhood. The Wonder Ballroom, Oregon Convention Center, and Hollywood Theatre are all located in Alameda. The Swift Lounge is another favorite destination for people in the area looking for a fun night out. Jelly Bath Inc., Here We Go Again Deluxe Resale Boutique, and Noho's Hawaiian Cafe are among the many unique choices for shopping and dining in the area.


The neighborhood of Center is well named for its location. The neighborhood is centrally located to the hustle of downtown Portland and the serenity of the local nature areas. There are several designated forest preserves and wildlife preserve areas in the close proximity to Center. Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Mt. Hood National Forest, and Rosemont Bluff Natural Area are among the popular destinations for various outdoor activities year round. People can also enjoy a large variety of other activities in the neighborhood of Center. The Zymogliphic Museum, Erv Lind Stadium, and Zen Cowboy are some of the popular locations for festivals and other exciting events. The neighborhood is also home to some unique dining experiences. Slappy Cakes, Horse Brass Pub, and The Cheese Bar are especially popular on the weekends.


The Sellwood-Moreland is a great neighborhood for people who like to be close to the water and happenings of downtown Portland. The neighborhood offers a variety of residential options from small starter homes to million dollar luxury properties. The Oaks Amusement Park and East Moreland Golf Course are two of the most popular destinations for people to flock on beautiful weekend days. The neighborhood is also home to several popular parks too. Crystal Springs Rhododendrum Garden, Johnson Creek City Park, Oaks Bottom Wildlife, and the Butterfly Park are also popular destinations on weekends in the neighborhood. There are a ton of fantastic restaurants and shops in the neighborhood too. Families also have several school campuses in the area, including Reed College.