Situated between Troutdale Fairview and Gresham, Wood Village is 12 miles east of Portland along I-84 in the Columbia River Gorge.

In 1942, the community was quickly developed as a one square mile planned community to support the housing needs of workers at the Reynolds aluminum factory during World War II. Today, the city is home to  4000 residents and it hosts a large variety of commercial and industrial businesses. Today, the city is proud of its small town atmosphere while providing access to many urban amenities.

The Wood Village Community Garden is a popular amenity in the city and its gardening space is often full. The crown jewel of Donald L. Robertson Park. The park features the usual attractions with playground safety features in mind plus a nature trail and a wetland area. Private groups of less than 100 use the park’s event space at no charge.

City of Wood Village: 503-667-6211

West Columbia Gorge Chamber of Commerce: 503-669-7473