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Happy Valley, Oregon, 97086
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Portland, Oregon, 97232
Studio/1 Bedroom$1,150 - $2,350
2 Bedrooms$1,450 - $2,600
Portland, Oregon, 97239
Studio/1 Bedroom$1,216 - $1,999
2 Bedrooms$2,215 - $2,874
Portland, Oregon, 97239
Studio/1 BedroomUp to $1,700
2 BedroomsUp to $2,000
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Did you know that Mount Scott, the highest point in Happy Valley, Oregon, is actually an extinct volcano? Be happy it’s extinct.. You’re sure to be bubbling over with excitement if you rent an apartment in this great Oregon city.
Happy Valley Happenings
With all the fun community events Happy Valley has to offer, it’s going to be pretty hard to wipe that smile off your face. You’re sure to run into many smiling faces – and pumpkins – at the Happy Valley Harvest Fest. With live music, a cider press demonstration, petting zoo, and pumpkin painting, you and your family will fall in love with this fall event. If you’ve got a pooch in your family, be sure to attend PAWS in the Park at Happy Valley Park. With games, costumes, and hot dogs to eat, you and Fido will have a tail-wagging good time. If your furry friend wears you out, grab a lawn chair and enjoy a relaxing musical performance at the Summer Concert Series at Happy Valley Park. Mingle with your neighbors and groove to local tunes. You’re sure to meet plenty of your new neighbors at the 4th of July Family Festival, complete with a rock climbing wall, parade, and pie-eating contests. Rent in Happy Valley and prepare for a perma-smile.
Smile While You Shop
If you need some new clothes to match that ever-present smile of yours, you won’t have any problem updating your wardrobe in Happy Valley. The city offers residents a great variety of stores and services to meet any shopping need. The most prominent shopping center in proximity to Happy Valley has to be Clackamas Town Center. This large shopping mall, located in nearby Clackamas, Oregon, opened in 1981 and features 185 stores and services. With two floors and 1,230,000 square feet of space, Clackamas Town Center is a shopper’s paradise. You’re sure to find great fashion at one of the mall’s four anchor stores: J.C. Penney, Macy’s, Sears or Nordstrom. Want to whip up some fresh recipes in your new apartment? Stop by Kitchen Kaboodle and pick yourself up some new kitchenware. Afterward, drop by See's Candies and get some after-dinner treats. Treat your loved one or new roommate to something special from Gifts from Afar or Things Remembered. At the end of a long shopping day, you can treat yourself to something delicious from SWIRL Frozen Yogurt. You can’t buy happiness, but you can buy most everything else at Clackamas Town Center.
Parks and Recreation
If you buy a new pair of sneakers at Clackamas Town Center, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to use them in Happy Valley. With several parks and trails at your disposal, you’ll be getting your money’s worth. Happy Valley Park might be great for concerts and community events, but its main purpose is to provide great recreational opportunities over 56 acres. Set your Happy Valley neighbor up for a sweet spike on the park’s volleyball court. Practice your Pele moves on one of three soccer fields. If you’re looking to get some cardio in, you can take a brisk walk or jog on the park’s paved pathway. Bring your kid down to the Splash Pad, sand box, or jungle gym for a few hours of fun. The Mount Scott volcano might be extinct, but you and your family are sure to have a blast in Happy Valley.
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How is the public transportation system in Happy Valley?
Not great. TriMet provides public transportation to the Portland Metropolitan area in the form of buses, light rail, commuter rail, and street car. This transportation system, however, does not serve Happy Valley itself, although it does extend to surrounding towns. Nearby Sunnyside, for example, has many bus routes and stops. Therefore, TriMet can be relied on once outside of Happy Valley for intercity transportation, but is not a viable method of public transportation around town.
Does Happy Valley have a good school system?
Happy Valley has an above-average school system. Public education in Happy Valley is primarily provided by North Clackamas School District. With 32 schools serving over 17,000 students, this district was rated better than 75.4 percent of school districts in Oregon and 54.3 percent of school districts in the country. Clackamas High School and Happy Valley Middle School are among the schools that serve the student population.
Is Happy Valley a good place for younger people?
Despite its small size--a population of about 6,000--Happy Valley is an excellent place for younger people. A large portion of its residents are young professionals, and the community's amenities reflect this demographic. As a suburb of Portland, it makes a good place for those who need to commute to work in, and also those who like to take advantage of Portland's culinary, cultural, and after-dark happenings. However, it's best for younger people with bigger wallets. The cost of living in Happy Valley is 47 percent higher than the US average.