Metro Regional Center is at 600 NE Grand Ave. in Northeast Portland's Lloyd District. View a map showing transit and parking options. Link to trip planning tools for bikers, walkers, transit riders and drivers.
Metro Regional Center is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Metro Store is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Metro Regional Center is closed on federal holidays and the day after Thanksgiving.
Metro Regional Center is on TriMet bus line 6 and just a few blocks from the Rose Quarter Transit Center, two MAX stations and several other bus lines. Google and TriMet offer multimodal trip planning tools that offer directions for bikers, walkers, transit riders and drivers.
As of Sept. 1, 2011, visitor parking is no longer validated. See below for a list of parking options for visitors conducting business at the Metro Regional Center:
Blink EV charging stations are available in the public parking areas of the Oregon Convention Center, Portland Expo Center and Metro’s regional headquarters, allowing drivers of electric vehicles to park and plug in with ease and convenience.
EV drivers must use a Blink Card to access electricity at the three Metro facilities. The card is available for free at www.blinknetwork.com. A Blink Network map is also available on the site.
The following level two charging stations are available:
Covered bike racks are located on the north plaza and inside the Irving Street visitor garage.
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Follow these links for information about Metro's other facilities, transfer stations, parks and visitor venues.
Find a park, nature trail, picnic spot, bike route, hiking trail, boating facility or other regional attraction near you. Check out the hours, get directions and discover cool stuff to do.
Metro owns and operates the Oregon Convention Center and the Portland Metropolitan Exposition Center and operates the Portland Center for the Performing Arts.
Metro's two transfer stations accept trash and recyclables from citizens, businesses and commercial waste haulers. Hazardous waste facilities are next to these stations. Find rates, fees and how to prepare a load.
Bring unwanted hazardous household products such as pesticides, leftover paint, solvents and automotive fluids to one of Metro's hazardous waste facilities to be recycled or disposed of safely.
Discover beautiful colors and low prices at the MetroPaint Swan Island store.