Johnson Creek Neighborhood Guide
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Johnson Creek Neighborhood Features
Johnson Creek neighborhood straddles Portland and Milwaukie borders. You won’t find a lot of local business there, but you will find easy access to the city via nearby major thoroughfares, as well as a number of parks and natural areas. The Springwater Corridor Trail arcs through the north section of the neighborhood, and Johnson Creek, a 25-mile tributary to the Willamette River, borders its north boundary.
Johnson Creek Neighborhood Parks
Tideman Johnson Natural Area
Tideman Johnson Natural Area – SE 37th Avenue and Tenino Street
Directly across the street from Ardenwald Elementary School, Ardenwald Park offers a playground, sheltered picnic area, and grassy amphitheater, which hosts Summer Concerts in the Park every August.
Ardenwald Park – 3667 SE Roswell St, Milwaukie
Water Tower Park
Water Tower Park – 9890 SE 40th Ave, Milwaukie
This .8-acre plot of undeveloped land in Johnson Creek neighborhood has been deemed Balfour Park by residents. For years, they have have encouraged both Portland and Milwaukie city officials to turn the area into a developed space. The annual spring Balfour Park Plant Sale happens here and is a fundraising effort to make the dream a reality.
Balfour Park – 3039 SE Balfour St, Milwaukie
Johnson Creek Neighborhood Community Resources
Johnson Creek Neighborhood Schools
Kids in the Johnson Creek neighborhood are served by North Clackamas School District.
Johnson Creek Neighborhood Vibe
Johnson Creek parallels the major north/south thoroughfare, McLoughlin Blvd, and has an urban-surburban vibe yet it’s dotted with parks and natural areas that offer quiet reprieve from the city’s bustle. Many of the neighborhood’s residents are young professionals who commute to work via car, mass transit, or bicycle.
Johnson Creek Neighborhood Stats
Zip code 97222
Johnson Creek Neighborhood Real Estate and Homes
Homes in this quaint neighborhood range from small mid-century ranches to large Victorians and Old Portland styles, build between 1940 and 1969, with others built between 1970 and 1999.
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