District Boundary Map
The Riverdale School District is an independent school district serving more than 600 families living in a residential, wooded area seven miles south of downtown Portland, Oregon and adjacent to the city of Lake Oswego.
The grade school is the only public facility in the neighborhood and is a focal point for community activity. Lewis and Clark College is located within the District. The Portland metropolitan area, with a population of 1.2 million, is the cultural and economic center for Oregon. Residents enjoy the benefits of a major urban area, while living within a short drive of both the Cascade Mountains and the Pacific Ocean.
The Riverdale Community has valued excellence in education for more than 125 years. The community prides itself on its independent status and voted to retain this independence with the passage of a bond in March 1996 to build a high school, just two miles from the grade school campus. Riverdale School District has always enjoyed widespread community interest, involvement and support.
You can download a printable map of Riverdale School District's boundaries, which shows street addresses. If you have additional questions, please contact the District office at 503-262-4840.
You can also click to expand the interactive map below to view our district boundaries. Once expanded, you can use the magnifying glass icon to search for a particular address and see if it falls within our district. Please note that the Google map is a close approximation of our boundary, especially at the southernmost border where the lines get a little confusing. Your best bet is to double check using the printable map link above.