Tualatin is also home to one of the premier
destination shopping centers in Oregon,
Bridgeport Village, which is an upscale lifestyle shopping center that includes over 90
retail stores and restaurants.
Additionally, there are over 200 acres of
well-maintained community parks, trails,
and natural areas within the City of Tualatin.
Park amenities include sports complexes,
shelters, boat docks along the Tualatin River,
and vast areas of open space.
The City of Tualatin and other community
groups organize regular recreational opportunities that range from canoe rentals and
trips to world class festivals. In 2009, the
Giant Pumpkin Regatta on the Lake at the
Commons was named the best festival in
Tualatin is also the home of the nation’s
oldest Crawfish Festival west of the Missis-
sippi River. In addition to these signature
festivals, numerous other events are held
each year including weekly summer
concerts and a local farmers market.
Tualatin is home to many successful
companies in five key traded sector industries including advanced manufacturing,
healthcare and medical related businesses,
corporate and business services, food
processing, distribution and wholesale,
and wood, paper, printing and related
These key industries represent 57 percent
of local employment. Tualatin’s location
along Interstate 5 between Interstate 205,
Highway 99W, and Highway 217 makes it a
great place to operate a business.
The Westside Express Service (WES)
commuter rail operated by TriMet provides
Tualatin residents and visitors access to
the greater Portland region. Collectively,
these major transportation facilities provide
accessible, affordable, and easy movement
of goods and people within the region.
“Tualatin Valley is a hidden gem of the Pacific Northwest. Located between
Portland and the Oregon Coast, this
burgeoning destination mixes suburban
amenities with serene natural and