Data & Research

Regional Resources

For your convenience, information on the Beaverton / Portland metro area is provided in easy-to access reports or webpages located at the links below. All the reports are in Adobe PDF format. You may download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader to access the files. For more information, or for more specific studies, please email the Beaverton Economic Development Division at economicdev@BeavertonOregon.gov

Abogo web mapping tool allows you to discover how transportation impacts the sustainability and affordability of where you live.

Employer Database pulls information on thousands of Oregon employers. Information can be queried by county and by industry code and title.

Employment and Labor Force data tool managed by Worksource Oregon lists employment and unemployment statistics across the state at a county level.

Economic Data Tools is managed by Business Oregon and lists a variety of databases and other tools to assist businesses.

Greater Portland Inc-Regional Data Portal acts as a regional data portal for the Portland-Vancouver Metropolitan area.

Metro-Interactive Maps has a host of interactive web maps for a wide range of subject matter ranging from the state of transit centers across the region to finding a recycler and garbage hauler.

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Databases has links to all databases maintained by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. Find information about air quality, enforcement actions, environmental cleanup site information (ECSI), leaking underground storage tanks, and more.

Oregon Department of Transportation TransGIS web map displays freight routes, low clearance structures, highway classifications, traffic counts, speed limit, pavement conditions, and more.

Oregon Open Data Portal has data from a wide array of state departments.

Washington County Mapping view building permit data, service districts, assessment information, use violations, tax maps, and records of survey via Washington County web maps.

Washington County Visitors Association (WCVA) features basic information on Beaverton and Washington County with a tourism focus.