Hillsboro Industrial District
The Hillsboro Industrial District is home to many of Oregon’s largest and most economically vital companies. Geared toward technology and manufacturing businesses, the District includes well-known names such as Intel, Qorvo, Thermo Fisher Scientific, SolarWorld, Genentech, Oracle, Nike, Beaverton Foods, Reser’s Fine Foods, and more. The City of Hillsboro understands the complexities of these industries and the need to stay on time and on budget with development schedules. Learn more about our track record working with companies and their fast-paced projects.
Development of the District is a key component of Hillsboro’s long-term plan to fulfill regional and local goals for managed growth and economic development including creation and retention of well-paid jobs. Companies within the Hillsboro Industrial District employ more than 32,000 people at business parks and individual corporate campuses. Eighty-four percent of Hillsboro's manufacturing jobs are located here, as well as 48 percent of Hillsboro's total jobs, and almost 20 percent of the entire region's manufacturing employment.
The North Hillsboro Industrial Renewal Area consists of approximately 1,100 acres - most of it undeveloped - on the western end of the Hillsboro Industrial District. The plan for this area is to invest in public infrastructure - including streets, utilities, and services - to meet the needs of industrial, high tech and other employment uses. In addition, open space, trails and other improvements to support and enhance the natural environment will be created.
Hillsboro Technology Park
The next phase of development within the Hillsboro Industrial District includes almost 700 acres of vacant land that is zoned or otherwise designated for industrial development as a technology park. Targeted uses identified for this area include high tech, clean tech and advanced manufacturing, with a focus on companies with large lot (50 acres or more) requirements. Read more about the Hillsboro Technology Park here.