Easy Going, Friendly + Fun
A neighborhood to love and live in
Located just three miles south of downtown Portland and over the Sellwood Bridge, the Sellwood Moreland neighborhood is brimming with unique shops, tasty food and fabulous adventures.
Eat, Shop & Enjoy
Dating from 1876, our neighborhood district is snuggled by four public parks and a two-mile, teardrop-shaped commercial corridor. The Springwater trail leads visitors from Portland right into our friendly cache of restaurants, antique shops, creative and business services and more. Our supremely walkable neighborhood also boasts of bicycle thoroughfares to move you through the district. Stop by and see all that Sellwood Moreland has to offer.
We’ve Got What You Need and a lot of what you Want
EAT + DRINK
Tickle your tastebuds at some of Portland’s tastiest spots for food and bevies.
Enjoy the many fun and interesting things to do and see in our neighborhood.
Take care of your mind, body and soul with our care-oriented practitioners.
LIVE + WORK
See the many businesses that serve to make your home and work life easier.
Discover the best kind of treasures in our super walkable shopping district.
Looking for something new to do? We’ve got lots of great places to check out.
Upcoming Neighborhood Events
BIKING OR WALKING
Save on gas and hop on a bike or saunter to Sellwood Moreland. From downtown, cross the Willamette River via the Hawthorne Bridge or Tilicum Crossing, and take the Springwater Corridor into Sellwood.
Put your car in drive and head on over. The main arteries into Sellwood are Woodstock Blvd from the East the Sellwood Bridge from the West, Milwaukie Avenue from the North, and 17th Avenue from the South.
Make your life easy and let our friendly PDX Trimet bus drivers chauffeur you into the neighborhood. Hop on the #70 or the #19 bus and they’ll drop you at one of several stops within our neighborhood.
By LIGHT RAIL
Step onto a Trimet light train and take the Orange line south. Then choose if you want to hop off at the Bybee Blvd (Moreland) or Tacoma Street (Sellwood) station. Both will land you at great entrances to the neighborhood.