Map Portland Oregon Vancouver Washington US for Printing

A general overview of the districts, communities, and street system in Portland, Oregon, and Vancouver, Washington. 

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Portland, Oregon:


  1. Downtown Portland: The central business district with skyscrapers, retail, and cultural institutions.
  2. Pearl District: Known for its trendy atmosphere, art galleries, and converted warehouses.
  3. Northwest Portland (Nob Hill): Features historic architecture, upscale boutiques, and dining options.
  4. Alberta Arts District: A vibrant neighborhood with art galleries, unique shops, and a diverse culinary scene.
  5. Division/Clinton: A popular area with a mix of boutiques, cafes, and food carts.


  1. Irvington: A historic residential neighborhood with well-preserved early 20th-century homes.
  2. Hawthorne: Known for its eclectic and bohemian vibe, offering unique shops and cafes.
  3. Lloyd District: A commercial and entertainment district with the Moda Center and Oregon Convention Center.

Street System: Portland has a grid-like street system in many areas, making it relatively easy to navigate. The city is divided into five quadrants: Northwest (NW), Southwest (SW), Northeast (NE), Southeast (SE), and North (N). Streets are numbered and named, with avenues running north-south and streets running east-west.

Vancouver, Washington:


  1. Downtown Vancouver: The central area with a mix of historic and modern buildings, shops, and restaurants.
  2. Felida: A residential neighborhood with a suburban feel and parks.
  3. Cascade Park: A commercial and residential area with shopping centers and schools.

Street System: Vancouver also has a grid-based street system, and its streets are often laid out in a more straightforward pattern. The city is divided into quadrants: Northeast (NE), Southeast (SE), Northwest (NW), and Southwest (SW). Main arterial roads facilitate easy access across the city.

For the most up-to-date and detailed information, it’s recommended to check with local resources, city planning departments, or official city websites.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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