Aloha

 

 

 

As an Oregon native, we know Aloha is not pronounced like the Hawaiian greeting. We know Big Lots is relatively a newcomer and there used to be a Sunshine Pizza Exchange at the Aloha Village strip mall. For newcomers, you might not know that the community came close to incorporating back in the 1980s. The population of this census designated place (combined with Reedville) back then was about 28,000, and now it is nearly 50,000 even as Beaverton encroaches from the east and Hillsboro from the west.

 

People who know Aloha know it is more than just 185th and TV Highway. Residents know Farmington Road also has a large commercial district and that it is a bit of a hassle to get into the post office if you are coming south on 185th. It is also home to the 56th most dangerous intersection in Oregon, which is at Tualatin Valley Highway at 187th, which lacks a traffic signal.

Whether you live in 97003, 97006, 97007, 97008, 97078 or elsewhere in the greater Aloha area, Stevens & Legal can help you with personal injury issues, employment law questions, brandingLLC registrations, and we can also serve as your registered agent, amongst other legal services.

Stevens & Legal, LLC
1915 NE Stucki Avenue
Suite 308
Hillsboro, Oregon 97006
(971) 533-6178
(971) 228-2608 (fax)
info@hillsborofirm.com

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