Three districts — Rosedale Parks, Reed's Crossing, and Butternut Creek — will offer a variety of housing types, all within walking distance of schools, parks, trails, dining, and shopping.
And because South Hillsboro is near major employers in Hillsboro and Washington County, residents of this new neighborhood can spend less time commuting and more time doing the things they love.
Parks, Nature, and Recreation
With 286 acres of parks and open spaces, every resident will live within ¼ mile of a park, trail, or recreation facility.
In addition to the existing Rosedale Elementary School, South Hillsboro will host three new schools: two elementary schools and one middle school. Co-location of schools and parks will enable sharing of sports facilities and green space.
Town & Village Centers
Reed's Crossing will feature a main street lined with shops, public spaces, and a variety of housing options. South of Butternut Creek, a village center will offer options for dining, shopping, and community gathering.
It's an 8-minute drive to Orenco Station; 20 minutes by bike. $450 million in infrastructure improvements will accommodate new commuters and ease traffic. A 15-mile network of bicycle and pedestrian trails will connect South Hillsboro and surrounding areas.