Tualatin is located 12 miles southwest of Portland, accessible by I-5 and I-205 and Highway 99W. The Tualatin River meanders through town at an unhurried pace, carrying canoes and kayaks along its tree-lined expanse. More than 110 acres of parklands and an active tree preservation and planting program have earned Tualatin the nickname “Tree City, U.S.A.” And in an echo of the town’s past as an onion and hops farming community, the popular produce market Lee’s Farms still sells pumpkins, Christmas trees and other fresh homegrown goods year-round. With rapid evolution despite its sleepy history, Tualatin has awakened to dramatic growth and change over the last 30 years.
Home builders have flocked to Tualatin to satisfy the metro area’s demand for new homes on good-sized lots, not too far from Portland. Legend Homes, Don Morissette Homes, J.C. Reeves Construction and SLS Construction are just a few of the builders working in Tualatin, which is within Portland’s urban growth boundary. Developments such as Fox Hill, Victoria Woods, Lakeridge Terrace, Hedges Park, Hedges Estates and Lake Forest, seem to have sprouted almost as many new homes as there are trees.
Government website: https://www.tualatinoregon.gov/
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