Collins View Neighborhood Guide

Collins View neighborhood is located in Southwest Portland. It is bordered by the South Burlingame and Marshall Park neighborhoods.

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Collins View Neighborhood Features

Collins View is a hilly, wooded neighborhood surrounded by Tryon State Park, Marshall Park, and Riverview Natural Area. Its residents enjoy the benefit of serene living with easy access to the city, only minutes away. Collins View is home to Lewis and Clark College, known for its law school. Many of the residents here are professors and other professionals.

Lewis and Clark College

The crown jewel of Collins View neighborhood is Lewis and Clark College. It’s a place where students and faculty alike come together to combine classic liberal learning with cutting-edge collaboration. The college’s goal is to shape and guide the next generation of global thinkers and leaders in all three of its schools: the undergraduate College of Arts and Sciences, the Graduate School of Education and Counseling, and the School of Law.

Lewis & Clark College of Arts and Sciences

Lewis & Clark’s liberal arts model encourages and instills a life-long desire to explore and discover. With a focus on critical thinking and collaboration, an education in their undergraduate College of Arts and Sciences ensures an education that will last a lifetime.

Lewis & Clark Undergraduate College of Arts & Sciences

Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling

Lewis & Clark’s Graduate School of Education and Counseling strives to shape change makers and public servants who wish to do transformative work in the world with individuals, communities, and society. They offer a Doctorate in Education and programs in art therapy, various types of counseling, teaching, and psychology.

Lewis and Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling

Lewis & Clark School of Law

Lewis & Clark is known most for its exemplary law school. In fact, its environmental law program is ranked #1 in the country. Here, students can also study animal law, business law, and criminal law, as well as intellectual property law, international law, and public interest and tax law.

Lewis & Clark School of Law

Collins View Neighborhood Parks

Riverview Natural Area

River View Natural Area is a 146-acre forested parcel nestled in southwest Portland. It’s an excellent place for a quiet hike, birding, and wildlife and plant viewing. The network of trails are numbered for easy navigation and interconnect on a heavily wooded slope. Don’t be fooled by the name, though. There is no river view from anywhere inside the natural area, which acquired its name from the cemetery just to the north, the previous stakeholder of the land.

Riverview Natural Area

Tryon Creek Park

While Tryon Creek State Park technically borders Collins View, the neighborhood wraps around a portion of the park’s north end. This lush forest is an oasis in the city, offering residents easy access to hiking and horse trails, bicycle paths, wildlife viewing, and more.

Tryon Creek Park

Marshall Park

Once a quarry site, Marshall Park was restored by Frederick and Addie Marshall as a natural area and donated to the City of Portland in 1951. Trails in the park range from easy to adventurous, all that weave throughout a forested canyon with small creeks that rise and recede, depending on the time of year.

Marshall Park

Collins View Neighborhood Resources

Collins View Neighborhood Information

Collins View Neighborhood Association Website

Collins View Neighborhood Schools

Elementary school: Capitol Hill School
Middle school: Jackson Middle School
High school: Ida B. Wells High School

Collins View Neighborhood Vibe

Quiet, with a rural-suburban vibe, Collins View is surrounded by parks and natural areas. Only two main thoroughfares pass through the neighborhood—SW Terwilliger Blvd and SW Boones Ferry Rd—both of which are hilly, winding, and lined with trees. While you won’t find many retail businesses or dining establishments in Collins View, surrounding neighborhoods with restaurants and shopping are only five minutes away, and Downtown Portland is a mere 15 minute-drive north via I-5.

Collins View Neighborhood Stats

Zip Code 97219

Local Crime Stats

Census Data

Total Population

Population Density: 1,793.6
Total Population: 5,616
Percent Population Increase Between 2010 and 2020: 10.9

Total Population by Age

Total Population Age 18 and Over: 4,694
Percent Population Age 18 and Over: 83.6

Total Population by Race

Total White alone: 4,543
Percent White alone: 80.9
Total Hispanic or Latino: 377
Percent Hispanic or Latino: 6.7

Housing

Total Housing Units: 1,798
Total Occupied Housing Units: 1,678
Percent Occupied Housing Units: 93.3

Collins View Neighborhood Real Estate and Homes

Collins View neighborhood has a combination of historic, older, well-maintained homes on larger lots, some new construction, and a few townhomes.

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