Once a small farming community, Wilsonville in the West Portland Suburbs is now a fast-growing city of 23,768 people. According to the US Census Bureau, the city, with an average population of 1,073 people per square mile, has acted as if there were no land and no water.
Since 2009, the former site of the state hospital has been developed as Villebois, a predominantly residential complex. Before the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility opened in the city in 2001, there were about 1,500 in Wilsonville. Census 3 (2010): 4,658 families live in this city, with a median household income of about $35,000.
The Coyote Way winds through young oak forests, and cyclists and joggers take the cobbled Tonquin Trail, with a spore trail leading to a wetland. Besides the Willamette River, the Columbia River and its tributary, the Deschutes River, are waterways. The individual neighbourhoods include Villebois, D - G, O'Hare and D.G., to name but a few. Older houses have larger courtyards, some even have acres, but much larger areas have opened up to development that extends beyond urban growth limits. For example, the D-G area is covered by the Villes bois project and the O.H. G. area by the D'G apartment complex.
Town Center Park also has a visitor center operated by Clackamas County, with picnic areas, picnic tables and picnic benches. City Park, but there was also a visitor center operated by Clackamas County. City Park and the town of Wilton, a small community of about 1,000 people.
Memorial Park includes the Stone-Boozier Barn, which is used as a meeting room, and the library is located on the west side of the park, near the intersection of West Main Street and Main Avenue. Wilton had a Tree City USA designation that provides for green spaces in parks and planting trees.
The city is home to several technology companies, including Mentor Graphics, and has a diverse economy that spans a variety of industries, including manufacturing, retail, healthcare, education, tourism and agriculture. The city is home to several technology companies, including Mentor Graphics, as well as a number of companies in the arts and entertainment industries. It is the location of several restaurants, hotels, restaurants and retail stores as well as a variety of other businesses.
The media in Wilsonville consists of local television, radio and radio stations, as well as local newspapers and magazines. Wilson County's media consists of the Portland Media Market, which is broadcast by the Oregon Public Broadcasting System (OPRS) and Portland Public Radio (PPR). The Wilsonville media consists of local radio, television and newspaper stations, as well as local newspapers and magazines.
The Wilsonville Public Library, founded in 1982, has an annual circulation of 493,000 copies from 2006 to 2007 and is the largest public library in Oregon State and the second largest in Oregon. In 1988, the city opened its first library building, which replaced a one-room library in a room rented from the school district.
The first city manager was hired the following year and an independent post office was established, and the protection of the city police was added in 1979. The population grew to 7,106 in the 1990 census, and the following year, a trailer moved Wilsonville City Hall to what is now Boones Ferry Park. In 1991 a two-storey office building with an area of 100,000 square metres was opened, which was opened in 1991. After the extension was completed in 2002, it was extended again in 2003 and a second building was added in 2004.
The city is located in the Portland area and includes the planned community of Wilsonville, a small town with about 1,000 inhabitants. Located in Oregon City, Oregon, in the US state of Oregon, it is located within the metropolitan area of Portland. It also included the community planned for the development of a new town hall and office building in Boones Ferry Park, as well as the construction of an apartment building.
Neighboring cities include Portland, Oregon City, Portland International Airport and Portland State University. They are located in the Portland area of Oregon and in the Portland area of Washington State. Neighboring is Portland City in Oregon, the largest city in the state and home to the Oregon State Capitol. Neighboring cities include Eugene, Oregon, the city's second-largest city with about 1,000 residents, and Portland's third-largest city.
Boeckman Road is the only other road that crosses I-5 and connects the western and eastern parts of Wilsonville. Xerox, Mentor Graphics and FLIR are located north of Boeckmen Road and Parkway Avenue.
The Charbonneau junction crosses I-5 south of the river on the southern edge of this town. Wilsonville has a ferry, where Boones Ferry Road meets Elligsen Road at the northern end of the city. It runs north to south along the east side of I / 5, through the Stafford Road area and then south to west towards the city centre. The CharBonneau junctions cross I-5 to the north and south and cross south of the rivers and southern borders Houses in this area are getting quite expensive, but it is still a great place to live, especially if you have to take the ferry.