Lents Neighborhood Guide

 

The Lents neighborhood
is located in East Portland. It is bordered by the Brentwood-Darlington, Mount
Scott, Foster-Powell, Powellhurst-Gilbert, and Pleasant Valley neighborhoods.

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Features

Lents is an East Portland neighborhood with a nice mix of residential
communities, while still being close to major roadways for plenty of access to
shopping and other amenities and an easy commute.  The new TriMet Green
line made this neighborhood even more accessible.  On the light rail, Lents
is about 30-40 minute commute to downtown, and about 15 minutes to Clackamas
Town Center. Neighborhood parks such as Lents and Glenwood are popular places
for family and community activities.  Neighbors enjoy bike rides along
I-205 MUP (known as  the Woody Guthrie Trail), and enjoy the harvest season
at Zenger Farm.

 


Parks

Glenwood 
Park

Lents
Park

Beggars
Tick Wildlife Refuge

More
Area Parks


Community Resources

 

Lents
Neighborhood Information

Neighborhood Association
Website

Portland
Public School Boundaries

Elementary school: Kelly
Elementary School

Middle school: Lane
Middle School

High school: Marshall
High School

Multnomah
Education Service District Boundaries

Portland
Police Bureau

Portland
Classifieds on Craigslist.com

Portland
Off-Leash Dog Parks


Neighborhood Vibe

Family friendly. A great mix of suburban and urban areas, with easy
access to shopping, dining, and public transportation.



 

Stats

Zip Code 97266


Local Crime Stats


Census

 


Real Estate

This area features a mix of home styles, and suburban living.  

If you are interested in buying or selling a home in this Portland neighborhood, visit our Portland Real Estate Page for more information, or visit our Portland Real Estate Map to search the RMLS for neighborhood homes for sale.