This webpage provides information and access to Portland demographic profiles. If you are looking for a list of neighborhood associations and their district offices, please visit:
Below are the Portland Neighborhood Profiles created using data from the 2020 US Census and other sources. Click on the profile name to view and download in PDF format.
City of Portland Profile
This interactive mapping tool shows users that data as a visual and provides charts helping compare data across the city.
The 94 neighborhoods are listed alphabetically, left to right.
Neighborhood District Profiles
Neighborhoods are grouped into 7 districts. Below are the neighborhood district profiles.
Voting District Profiles
On August 21, 2023, the Independent District Commission unanimously adopted a District Plan. The District Plan includes a map and a description of Portland's new voting districts. These new districts are one aspect of the voter-approved government transition.
Data Ranking Tables
The data rankings provide comparisons across Portland’s 94 neighborhoods and 4 unclaimed areas.
What Are Neighborhood Profiles?
Civic Life is partnering with Portland State University (PSU) Population Research Center to develop data-rich neighborhood profiles. This data sharpens our understanding of the unique changes and issues occurring in each neighborhood. The neighborhood profiles show information like:
- How your neighborhood has grown since 2010;
- What percentage of people speak a language other than English;
- How many of your residents are rent burdened; and
- How many new housing units were added to your neighborhood.
These neighborhood profiles will help the City and our community partners improve outreach, set programmatic priorities unique to each neighborhood and help Portlanders in need.
What is the mapping tool?
There are many maps that have been developed within the City for specific programming needs. Civic Life is developing a data-rich interactive mapping tool that merges multiple data sources into one map, including the 2020 Census, the American Community Survey, Feeding America food insecurity data, CDC Social Vulnerability Index, Portlandness: A Cultural Atlas, and National Center for Health Statistics Life Expectancy Estimates.
We hope this resource will help the City and community partners improve outreach, set programmatic priorities, help Portlanders in need and become more inclusive and equitable when making decisions about communications, programming, funding, and events. It will help to sharpen our understanding of the unique changes and issues occurring within each neighborhood.
Why are these tools unique?
Most data, such as the U.S. Census, is aggregated by Census block. Unfortunately, Census blocks do not match neighborhood boundaries. These neighborhood profiles provide data related to each Portland neighborhood uncovering important information about our communities including race, ethnicity, languages spoken, food insecurity, income, and voting engagement.
These profiles are based on 2020 Census data, the American Community Survey, Feeding America food insecurity data, CDC Social Vulnerability Index, Portlandness: A Cultural Atlas, and National Center for Health Statistics Life Expectancy Estimates.
Communications Sent to Community
- Introduction letter, July 26, 2022: Civic Life's New Neighborhood Profiles
- Reminder letter, August 2, 2022: Reminder for Neighborhood Profiles
- Deadline extension, September 9, 2022: Neighborhood Profiles Deadline Extended
Data for each of Portland's 90+ neighborhoods can be found on PSU's website. Click on "explore data" tab.
For additional questions about this work, please email CivicLife@PortlandOregon.gov.