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Relocate to Corvallis

Corvallis: A warm, innovative, vibrant community.

Relocating to Corvallis, Oregon will provide you with all the benefits of a friendly, small-town atmosphere and reward you with many of the services, amenities and activities you might expect in a bigger city.

Making Corvallis Home

Corvallis, the home of Oregon State University, has charming neighborhoods, a vibrant downtown complete with many one-of-a-kind restaurants and breweries, and is close to incredible outdoor activities.

Corvallis is surrounded by natural areas and natural wildlife refuges, and offers many city parks that vary in size and amenities. We're a great place to live if you like hiking, biking, hunting, fishing, bird watching, and other outdoor activities.

Corvallis has an active and busy artistic community, involved in both the visual and performing arts. We have art galleries, museums, and public art on display all over town. Corvallis offers craft and arts fairs and festivals through the year. We also have a monthly arts walk on the third Thursday of each month, and regular concerts, musical and dance events, and theater productions.

Many homes in Corvallis are historic. In fact, we have two designated neighborhoods listed on the National Registry for Historic Places. And this charm extends to other neighborhoods throughout our wonderful community.

The League of American Bicyclists has listed Corvallis as a Gold Level Bicycle Friendly Community, and Oregon State University as a Gold Level Bicycle Friendly University. Corvallis is very bikeable and walkable, and offers free public transit.

As of 2017, the median residential rent for the Corvallis metro area was $1,050 per month, and the vacancy rate was 6.18%. As of 2018, the median home price for Corvallis was $358,600 - $380,000. As of 2018, in Benton County, the median home value is $276,900, the median annual property tax payment is $3,245, and the average effective property tax rate is 1.17%.

Learn More About Benton County and Corvallis

Bringing Your Business to Corvallis

The City of Corvallis’ Economic Development Office offers plenty of detailed information regarding business practices and the business environment in Corvallis, Oregon. For complete information about bringing your business to Corvallis, contact Economic Development Manager Kate Porsche by email or by calling 541-766-6339.

Relocation Resources

Relocation Guide

See our listings below for information about local schools, utilities, clubs, rental resources, and more.

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Visit Corvallis
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Corvallis, OR 97330
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