Portland Relocation

Start your Portland relocation process early.

If you are moving or relocating to Portland Oregon, all of the resources and information needed should be on this site. As a full time licensed Portland Realtor and relocation specialist, I am your all-in-one Relocation Realtor.
This Portland relocation guide has everything you need to start your planning and prepping to stay ahead of the game and give you peace of mind.

Enjoy this great video snapshot of Portland and all of it’s beauty.

Moving Companies, trucks and boxes, Portland Relocation.

Portland Job Search

Knowledge that’s good to know about the home or neighborhood.
Find out almost everything you want to know about the home of interest and surrounding area including zoning permits, crime, census, maps, schools, project developments and so much more. View Portland Maps. Just input the home address or street intersection for so much great information.

Moving to Portland, Oregon – You will need a change of address.

  • The United States Postal Service forwards first class mail to your new address for 12 months – 60 days for second class mail – free of charge. Complete a Change of Address Order Form at the postal service Web site. You will then need to sign the form and either give it to your letter carrier or mail it to your local post office.

  • Looking for extra service from the US Postal Service Web site? When your ready for your move, It covers everything from motor vehicles to voter registration.

  • Visit your local post office and pick up PS Form 3576’s (a.k.a. change of address notification postcards).

Portland and surrounding area Hospitals

Adventist Medical Center
Doernbecher Children’s Hospital
Legacy Health System
Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center
OHSU Hospital
Providence Health System
Providence St. Vincent Medical Center
Shriners Hospital for Children
Tuality Community Hospital

Portland Oregon DMV and Voter Registration

  • Drivers License Change of Address – If your address changes, you must notify DMV within 30 days of the change. You may complete an address change form and mail it to DMV. DMV will mail you an address change sticker to put onto your driver license, instruction permit or identification card. There is no charge for an address sticker.

  • Voter Registration Change of Address – When you are issued a driver license, instruction permit, identification card or when you change your address, and are 18 years or older, you can register or re-register to vote

The Portland Oregon Weather is absolutely gorgeous. It is also absolutely rainy, sunny, cloudy, clear, warm, cold, beautiful and all the other awesome elements that make the 4 seasons here non-mundane and exciting to be apart of.

Portland Utility Companies

  • Comcast Cable Affordable TV and cable service for most of the Portland area as well as internet and phone service.

  • City of Portland Water Bureau The Water Bureau is a rate-financed, City-owned utility. Call (503) 823-7770 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              (503) 823-7770      end_of_the_skype_highlighting when you are ready to open your new account. If you are a new customer, ask for a welcome packet that has information about water, sewer and storm-water charges and services.

  • GTE/Verizon Telephone carrier that services parts of Oregon. Mainly sections of Northwestern and Southwestern Oregon.

  • Metro Recycling and Garbage Locate your hauler and obtain information about recycling.

  • Northwest Natural Natural gas supplier. Address: 220 NW 2nd Avenue, Portland, OR 97209-3943. Telephone: (503) 226-4211. Contact NW Natural by e-mail

  • Portland General Electric (PGE) Electrical utility that services most of the Portland area. Visit PGE’s contacts page for telephone numbers and the locations of offices.

  • Qwest Telephone carrier that provides local service for 14 Western and Midwestern states. Qwest is the local provider for most of Oregon including homes in the City of Portland.

Internet Service Providers (ISP)

  • List of ISPs Allows multiple ways of searching for an ISP.

  • HostPond:  Excellent Internet service and web-hosting.

  • Qwest Qwest offers a number of options for internet connection including high speed DSL (Digital Subscriber Line).

Newspapers

  • Portland Tribune Delivered twice weekly. All about Portland and the people who love it.

  • The Mercury Weekly paper free at stands located throughout city.

  • The Oregonian Largest daily in the state. Great state news and info.

  • Willamette Weekly Weekly paper free at stands located throughout city.

Key people to know when preparing to purchase your home.

If you do not already have a Mortgage Broker, Escrow Officer or Home Inspector, I would be happy to recommend some of the best in the industry. Professionals that I would recommend to my own family. I am excited to provide everything you would need to make your home buying experience pleasant. Portland relocation has never been easier.

Kevin Levy – Portland Relocation information and Services
Portland Oregon Realtor
www.RelocationToPortland.com
503-267-7535
M Realty

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    Agent ImageMy introduction and education in Real Estate started back in college, 1989, in Los Angeles, California. I chose to work with M Realty because of their top of the world technology and innovative home searching website unmatched anywhere in the US. I enjoy meeting Portland locals and opening the door to so many different and unique homes to view. I also have been working with families relocating to Portland since day one as a licensed Portland Realtor. Having a vast knowledge of the Portland homes for sale, neighborhoods, schools, local places of interests and just an overall love for our city makes this job more of a passion. My past working bio consisted of other interests within public relations: An Astronomy educator for NASA and the Griffith Observatory. President/CEO of AIRTIME BOARDS snowboard company. Creator and author of KEVDIDDY children\'s music, books and videos. In my spare time I enjoy watching my beautiful boy grow, camping where you can\'t see civilization, giving star talks under a clear night sky, The White Album, brewing my own organic blueberry wine and Organic gardening. I have been living off of my Organic fruit and vegetable garden for the last 25 years. I don\'t go produce shopping for 8 months of the year. I also have some of the most healthiest and happiest chickens from which I get fresh eggs daily. It\'s a good day to live in Portland!
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