Demography

Population

1970      1980      1990      2000     2007      2008   2009

750       7,483    14,664   23,065  26,025   26,040   26,693

Tax Rate

$2.26 Permanent + $0.19 Bonds
Oregon has no general sales tax

Tualatin is situated in Washington and Clackamas
Counties.
Parks and Greenways

11 Parks – 122.7 acres
Greenways – 112 acres
Natural Areas – 41 acres
City Location

County(ies): Washington, Clackamas
Location: North Willamette Valley
Nearest Major Highway: I-5, I-205
Nearest Major City and Distance:
Portland / 12 miles,

Estimated Drive Time: 15 minutes

Source: Oregon Department of Transportation, State of Oregon Map;
Oregon Blue Book


Climate

Elevation: 123′      Measurement Location: Tualatin

Temperature:
Monthly Ave. Low: 34F          Monthly Ave. High: 80F
Hottest Month: August             Coldest Month: January
Driest Month: July                    Wettest Month: December
Average annual precipitation: 37.390″

Humidity:
Average July afternoon humidity: 62%
Average January afternoon humidity: 82%
Events

Movies on the Commons
Crawfish Festival
Crawdaddy Open Golf Tournament
Giant Pumpkin Regatta
Starry Nights and Holiday Lights
Spring Fling
Art Splash
Concerts on the Commons


Recreational Amenities

Golf/driving range, swimming, boating, fishing, Tualatin
Commons Lake, Promenade, Tualatin River, city parks,
nature trails, skate park, and library. The Tualatin Chamber
of Commerce sponsors the annual Crawfish Festival in
August each year. Concerts are held on Friday evenings at
6:30 p.m. at the lake at Tualatin Commons during July and
August each year.

Planning a vacation or a tour through an area of Oregon?
Visit the Oregon Tourism Commission’s web site at
http://www.traveloregon.com/ for more information.