With nearly 100000 residents Hillsboro is helping to grow Oregon’s future, from microprocessors to vital industries centers of commerce and green spaces. With vibrant neighborhoods such as Orenco Station Tanasbourne AmberGlen and its historic Downtown Hillsboro is a well-planned affordable hometown with a strong economic base and one of the state’s most diverse populations.
Residents and visitors alike enjoy farmers’ markets dog parks arts venues community gardens locally-owned restaurants and shopping options. Libraries and award-winning community parks are beloved by residents. TriMet’s MAX Blue Line makes stops at nine locations and drivers can take Highway 26 to the Pacific Ocean..
Known as the tallest tree in the Silicon Forest Hillsboro, is the high tech corridor for the State of Oregon and home to a broad range of businesses large and small including Oregon’s largest employer Intel. Other private employers include Qorvo SolarWord FEI Tuality Healthcare Kaiser Permanente and many more. More than 170 years after its founding the city has the second busiest airport in the state and the fifth largest school district.
Hillsboro hosts the second largest Fourth of July parade in Oregon and annual events including a Latino Cultural Festival and the Oregon International Air Show. Home to the metro area’s only professional baseball team the Hillsboro Hops – the 2014 and 2015 Northwest League Champions. The Hops play in front of capacity crowds during the summer at Hillsboro’s Ron Tonkin Field and are a single-A baseball affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks.
City of Hillsboro: 503-681-6100 www.hillsboro-oregon.gov
The Chamber: 503-648-1102 www.hillsborochamberor.com