Tualatin is located 12 miles south of Portland at the intersection of thriving business and charming community.

Downtown is not only the center for local commerce and businesses.  Additionally, it also functions as the central meeting place and the community living room, known locally as the Tualatin Commons.  The central aspect is a lake and public plaza.  Surrounding the public gathering space is a mix of high-quality residential dwellings retail and professional service employment opportunities.

Tualatin is also home to one of the premier destination shopping centers in Oregon.  Bridgeport Village which is an upscale life-style shopping center 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.  Park amenities include sports complexes shelters boat docks along the Tualatin River and vast areas of open space.

Great Pumpkin Regatta & Crawfish

The City of Tualatin and community groups organize regular recreational activities including, canoe rentals and trips to world class festivals.  In 2009 the Giant Pumpkin Regatta was named the best festival in Oregon.  Also, Tualatin is home to one of the nation’s oldest Crawfish Festival west of the Mississippi 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, food processing, distribution, wholesale, wood and paper.

Notable, these key industries represent 57 percent of local employment. Tualatin’s location along Interstate 5 make it a great place to operate a business.  The Westside Express Service (WES) commuter rail operated by TriMet provides residents and visitors access to the greater Portland.  Collectively these major transportation facilities provide accessible affordable and easy movement of goods and people within the region.

City of Tualatin: 503-692-2000 www.tualatinoregon.gov

Tualatin Chamber of Commerce: 503-692-0780 www.tualatinchamber.com