Canby Oregon is an attractive growing community of just over 16000 residents with a total area of 3.78 square miles. It is located 25 miles south of Portland in the Willamette Valley surrounded by some of the best soils in the state. The community is easily accessible in the region via Interstate 5 Highway 99E and Interstate 205 nearby.

Residents enjoy the close-knit sense of community a wide variety of housing with larger lots at a median list price of just over $300000. New subdivisions are actively being developed with more on the horizon. This family friendly community offers many sports and youth activities and recreation options for all ages including boating cycling fishing golf and more.

The Canby School District is excellent and progressive with a campus thriving with consistent investment in modern buildings and state of the art technology. The career and technical education center provides students with valuable skills and exposure to many career options.

Local Economy

The local economy is diverse and thriving.  A sophisticated nursery industry surrounds Canby with a well-deserved reputation of high quality dahlias tulips perennials shrubs and trees that are sold nationwide. There is a strong manufacturing base of small to mid-sized companies focused on precision metals high tech and testing equipment sold nationally and internationally. Major employers include Johnson Controls Pioneer Pump Shimadzu USA Kendall Floral Milwaukie Electronics JV Northwest SR Smith American Steel Package Containers and OBC Northwest. Canby is an ideal business location offering excellent highway access ample utilities and a plentiful supply of shovel-ready industrial land at competitive prices.

Major attractions include the Willamette and Molalla Rivers Canby Ferry Clackamas County Event Center Swan Island Dahlia Fields Canby Depot Museum Vietnam War Memorial and charming Downtown Canby. A wide variety of events include the Canby Farmers Market First Friday Clackamas County Fair General Canby Days Slice of Summer outdoor concerts and much more.

Named for Edward Richard Sprigg Canby a Civil War general who was later killed in the Modoc War by Captain Jack and his group of warriors. The area was originally known as Baker Prairie when the community was founded in 1857. The community is among the oldest in Oregon incorporated in 1893.

City of Canby: 503-266-4021

 Chamber of Commerce: 503-266-4600