It has a vibrant community, great schools, a beautiful downtown, and excellent proximity to both Portland and the Willamette Valley. In fact, in one issue of Money Magazine has even ranked Sherwood fifth among the best places to live in the US.
Recently, its population has boomed from 3,080 in 1990 to over 18,000 now. This burst of growth hasn’t changed Sherwood’s friendliness and charm. The heartbeat of the city is still in the historic Old Town, which has a mix of shops, eateries, art galleries, cultural organizations, and services ranging from daycare to yoga. It’s also a hot-spot for events like the annual wine festivals and the weekly farmers market.Sherwood has become an especially attractive place for families to live. In addition to its top-rate schools and miles of nature paths, the city offers a variety of kid-friendly events and activities, so your children will always have something to do.