Welcome to Tualatin

Central, suburban and quiet, this city is both dynamic and vibrant.
Home to some 27,000 residents, this community is conveniently located just 12 miles south of Portland and 30 miles north of Salem, the state capital. Residents here enjoy skiing, snowboarding, and sledding on majestic Mt. Hood, and there are plenty of summertime water activities on the nearby central Oregon Coast.
Filled with excellent education opportunities, plenty of award-winning parks, unique shopping destinations, and lots of highly-rated dining establishments, the area is easily accessible via several major transportation facilities.

What to Love

  • Home to plenty of award-winning parks
  • Filled with unique shopping destinations and highly rated dining establishments
  • Easily accessible via several major transportation facilities

Local Lifestyle

There are over 200 acres of well-maintained community parks, trails, and natural areas within this city, making it a hub for outdoor recreation. Many world-class festivals are hosted here annually.

Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping

This retail mainstay stocks a huge inventory of hunting, fishing, and camping supplies, which are in high demand in this outdoor-focused community.
Hayden’s Grill
This New American eatery is attached to the Century Hotel and features seasonal patio seating with great views.
Ancestry Brewing
Located next to the Tualatin wetlands, this location features a taproom with a large hardwood bar and plenty of screens for watching sports. 
Nyberg Woods Shopping Center
Located at I-5 and Nyberg Road, this retail destination features shopping and restaurants for the whole family.

Things to Do

Green space is plentiful in Tualatin. Residents gather at Tualatin Community Park,
known for its skateboard park, playground, sports fields, dog run, and picnic sites. Tualatin Lake at the Commons, featuring a lake, interactive fountain, restaurants, and a free summer concert series, is also a popular outdoor destination. 
The community is also famous for its Pumpkin Regatta, which attracts thousands of people each year. During the event, costumed characters paddle 1,000-pound pumpkins around the Lake of the Commons in a series of wacky races. The event has been featured by a wide variety of local, regional, national, and international media outlets, including The Wall Street Journal, CNN, the Travel Channel, Better Homes and Gardens, and HGTV.
Crawfish Festival
This annual event features concerts, food, and fun activities — all in the name of celebrating delicious Crawfish.


The Tigard-Tualatin School District serves the cities of Tigard, Tualatin, Durham, and King City and the unincorporated communities of Metzger and Bull Mountain. Highly regarded schools include: 
  • Tualatin High School, serving students in grades 9-12
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