Hayhurst, located in southwest Portland, is a tranquil neighborhood located both near the suburbs and downtown Portland. The amenities of Beaverton—such as shopping, groceries, etc.—are well within reach, as well as the urban core of Portland. The neighborhood itself is characterized by tall trees, winding roads, and beautiful homes. It is bordered by the Bridlemile, Multnomah, Maplewood, and Hillsdale neighborhoods, as well as a major suburb of Portland, Beaverton.The population as of 2016 was 5,845.
The Hayhurst neighborhood offers green, sprawling lots with well-established homes. The average home was built in 1963. There are plenty of options for apartments in the Hayhurst neighborhood, as well. Because of its proximity to both Portland and Beaverton, the neighborhood is an ideal location for young people (Portland State University and Portland Community College are both accessible) as well as families—the schools in the neighborhood are highly rated.
Alpenrose Dairy is located in the Hayhurst neighborhood. Alpenrose began in 1891, when Florian Cadonau began to deliver milk in three-gallon cans by horse-drawn wagon. In 1916, Florian’s son and his wife took ownership of the dairy and named it “Alpenrose,” after Switzerland’s national flower—today, the dairy is still owned and operated by great-grandchildren of the family. Florian’s built a small baseball field for his grandchildren to play on at the dairy. Today, plenty of young families make their way to the field at Alpenrose for Little League games. Alpenrose is also the site of the softball Little League World Series! There are also other community events at the dairy, including an Easter Egg hunt, “Christmas at Dairyville,” and more.
There are also numerous parks within the neighborhood boundaries or nearby, including Pendleton Park and Gabriel Park. The Southwest Community Center, located next to Gabriel Park, offers community events, classes, and more.
Zip Code: 97221
Some errands can be accomplished on foot
A few nearby public transportation options
Minimal bike infrastructure