The Best of Canby at Your Doorstep
If you’re looking for walkable streets, friendly neighbors, and the charm of “Main Street America,” you’ll find it in Downtown Canby. First a gathering place for Native American tribes, the Canby area has developed a strong farming tradition over the past century. This tradition is alive and well at the Canby Farmers Market and the annual Canby Wine, Food, and Brew Festival. Today, Canby is home to dozens of locally owned restaurants, shops, and businesses—some that are new and others that have anchored the community for decades. Canby was named one of the safest mid-size cities in Oregon by Value Penguin in 2017.
A Central Location
Living at the Dahlia, you’ll have access to a vibrant, walkable neighborhood right outside your door. The City of Canby recently invested over $2 million to add new landscaping and public art downtown, as well as safety improvements to make walking and biking safer and more comfortable. If you’re taking the bus, the Canby Transit Center is across the street.
Canby’s central location offers easy access to the entire region via Interstate 5, Highway 99E and I-205. From downtown Canby, residents of The Dahlia can drive to either Portland or Salem in 30 minutes. The commute to Wilsonville and Oregon City is less than 20 minutes away.
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Fueled by local businesses, Downtown Canby offers a slice of Main Street America just outside of Portland. Living at the Dahlia means you’re never far from the park, library, market, or corner pub.
Clackamas County Fairgrounds
The Clackamas County Fair Grounds host events nearly every weekend, including the Clackamas County Fair and Rodeo