Historic Linnton combines the best of Portland. Nestled along the Willamette River and Forest Park, its gateway location -- five miles northwest of downtown and three miles southeast of Sauvie Island -- makes it a natural haven for people who appreciate a strong sense of place, civic pride, and quirky isolation.
Winner of the 2005 Spirit of Portland Award, the community of Linnton is proud of its neighborhood involvement. Our residents include a diverse mix of professionals, artists and salt-of-the-earth working folks who champion unity, independence and a rustic spirit.
Northwest Industrial Golf Invitational
2012 Invitational to be held
at Langdon Farms Golf Course
At the heart of our village is the 1926 refurbished Linnton Community Center, a thriving multiple use facility to host meetings, year-round childcare, special events, and recreation.
Linnton Neighborhood Association
The Linnton Neighborhood Association (LNA) is an important voice of our community to unify residents, businesses and the interests that impact our quality of life.
2005 Linnton Hillside Study
Download the Portland Bureau of Planning's recommended Linnton plan, which provides the vision behind a revitalized Linnton and mixed-use waterfront. The 62-pg. plan was initially supported and enthusiastically endorsed by the mayor, commissioners and neighborhood until being denied in March 2006.(4.5MB .PDF requires a moment for download)
Visions for Linnton
Visions for Linnton is a watchdog group with the task of monitoring, and responding to, any activity that could negatively impact the living Linnton community.