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The dream of the 90s is alive in Portland. From craft beer, food trucks, and Indie music to one of the best city park systems in the United States, Portland will never disapoint. Located in the Pacific Northwest, Portland's weather is perfect for roses, giving the city the nickname "City of Roses." The city's reputation for counterculture and progressive ideas started in the 1960s.
Portland wins acclaim as one of the world's greenest cities because of its dedication to sustainability. It was the first city to enact a comprehensive plan to reduce CO2 emissions. The locals' love for all things green also shows in its preservation of the natural environment. The city has the country's largest wilderness park, Forest Park, as well as the world's smallest park, Mill Ends Park. Washington Park is home to the Oregon Zoo, Hoyt Arboretum, the Portland Japanese Garden, and the International Rose Test Garden. Downtown has Tom McCall Waterfront Park. Portland's east side has several gardens. These include the historic Peninsula Park Rose Garden, the Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden, the Leach Botanical Garden, and the Grotto. Portland is one of only four cities in the United States with extinct volcanoes within the city. There are many scenic views of this volcano in Mount Tabor Park.
In 2013, "The Guardian" named Portland's music scene as one of the most vibrant in the country. Many famous bands have come out of Portland. Sleater-Kinney, the Shins, the Decemberists, Paul Revere & the Raiders, and Esperanza Spalding all call Portland home. Prefer classical music? There's the Portland Opera, the Oregon Symphony, and the Portland Youth Philharmonic. There are also many museums in the city. The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and the Portland Art Museum are two local favorites. For something more fast-paced, both kids and adults love Oaks Amusement Park. This amusement park was known as the "Coney Island of the Northwest" when it opened in 1905.
Several publications have named Portland the best city in the world for street food. The city has more than 600 licensed food carts and food trucks. Stumptown Coffee Roasters is also based in Portland, making it a leader in specialty coffee. Portland has lots of breweries and microbreweries. With over 50 active breweries in the city and 70+ in the metro area, it makes sense why Portland is sometimes called "Beertown." Some notable Portland brewers include Widmer Brothers, BridgePort, Portland Brewing, Hair of the Dog, and Hopworks Urban Brewery. Unlike many cities, you can also get beers in Portland's "brew and view" movie theaters. If you think that's enough beer, the city hosts festivals throughout the year that celebrate beer and brewing. The Oregon Brewers Festival attracted more than 70,000 beer drinkers in 2008. The Portland International Beerfest also takes place in July.
With so much to do in Portland, no one wants to stay home dealing with bed bugs or bees. Pest control isn't an easy task, and it can be expensive, messy, and time-consuming. That's where Pest Gnome can help. Using Pest Gnome's mobile app, you can get affordable pest control experts to your home in no time. These technicians are able to take care of any pest problem. Pest Gnome makes pest control easy and uncomplicated, leaving you more time to enjoy the city. Get out, get a craft beer, and leave the pests to the professionals.
Portland, OR - Tuesday, November 28th, 2023
|Avg Monthly Pest Control Cost||$50.85|
|Avg Ant Control Cost||$245|
|Avg Termite Control Cost||$468|
|Avg Termite Inspection Cost||$129|
|Avg Mice and Rat Control Cost||$309|
|Avg Flea Control Cost||$233|
|Avg Tick Control Cost||$215|
|Avg Wasp Control Cost||$448|