If you are visiting the area and would like to stay near The Streets here are a few suggestions:

Beaverton Chamber of Commerce
The Streets is an active member of The Beaverton Chamber commerce. The Beaverton Chamber of Commerce promotes a vibrant community and business environment by leading business development and retention, advocating sound public policy and providing strategic member services. provides information about Beaverton, special events and member services. Learn more at

Coins for Change
When you make a wish and toss a coin in The Streets fountain, you are helping those less fortunate in our community achieve their dreams. All of the proceeds from coins tossed in the Streets fountain are donated to Community Action. So far, almost $3,000 has been donated by our customers. For details visit

Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce
The Streets participates and supports the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce through annual membership. It is the Mission of The Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce “To Promote business prosperity and healthy, diverse community by providing information, services and advocacy for our members”.

Jackson Bottom Wetlands Preserve
Whoever said shopping is for the birds could be right! Every spring The Streets hosts a display of birdhouses and birdbaths entered in “The Tweet of Dreams” competition to benefit Jackson Bottom Wetlands. Jackson Bottom Wetlands is a 725-acre wildlife preserve located a little over 5 miles from The Streets. The preserve is a tranquil sanctuary for both people and animals including ducks, geese, otters, beavers, herons and eagles. The Streets is proud to help build awareness for this natural asset of our community. For more information visit

The Rice Northwest Museum of Rocks and Minerals
The Streets supports an important local attraction, The Rice Northwest Musuem of Rocks and Minerals by providing promotional exposure for their facility and occasional space for an onsite museum display with gift sale proceeds benefiting the Museum. The Rice NW Museum is home to the “Alma Rose” Rhodochrosite from the Sweet Home Mine in Alma, Colorado. Located just 5 minutes from The Streets, the museum boasts the largest opal-filled thunderegg in the world, crystalized gold bigger than your hand, dinosaur eggs and fossils, en extensive meteorite collection, and hundreds of other attractions. The Rice Museum has become nationally recognized. It is the finest rocks and minerals museum in the Pacific Northwest, and one of the best in the nation.

The Washington County Visitor Association
An active stakeholder in The Washington County Visitor Association, The Streets joins the WCVA in promoting Washington County as an exceptional destination for visitors. We encourage business travelers to our area to consider staying over for a few days to enjoy tax free shopping, world-class golf and tours of the best wineries Oregon has to offer. Learn more at

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