Office Locations and Contacts

Portland, OR

1300 SW 5th Avenue
Suite 3800
Portland, OR 97201


What Sets Us Apart

KPMG's Portland office has approximately 230 employees comprised of Tax and Audit and Risk Advisory Services practices. Our lines of business are Information, Communications and Entertainment (ICE), Healthcare and Public Sector, Consumer and Industrial Business, and Financial Services (FS). We also have a State and Local Tax (SALT) practice, Personal Financial Planning, Information Risk Management (IRM), Internal Audit Services (IAS), and Risk Advisory Services (RAS).

The Portland office is located downtown with lovely views of Mt. Hood and Mt. St. Helens. You can also see why we're called "Bridgetown"—almost all 10 of the city's bridges can be spotted from our downtown office.

Our community involvement committee, "Involve," is very active and participates in events year-round. Some of the events include: : Adopt-a-Family, the American Cancer Society Relay for Life and Daffodil Days, American Red Cross blood drives, Donate-a-Phone, Dress for Success, Easter Seals BloomFest, J.O.I.N., March of Dimes WalkAmerica, Meyer Boys and Girls Clubs Wishing Tree, Oregon Food Bank food drives, Oregon Humane Society, the Ronald McDonald House, Salvation Army Schoolhouse Supplies, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, and Take Our Daughters to Work Day.

A City of Surprises

Lovely waterways and lush greenery combined with a bustling night life, extensive shopping and an award-winning mass transit system make Portland a truly livable urban setting. A walk through Washington Park, just minutes from the downtown office, will show you why we're known as the City of Roses. The International Rose Test Garden is located in Washington Park and is the oldest official, continuously operated public rose test garden in the United States. Washington Park also features the Japanese Gardens and Hoyt Arboretum. Tom McCall Waterfront Park, with lawns, outdoor cafes, marinas and a riverwalk, provides an enjoyable outlet to experience the downtown waterfront. The Eastbank Esplanade is 1.5 miles of walkway tucked between Interstate 5 and the Willamette River, extending from two major downtown bridges with connections across the river to eastside neighborhoods and parks. It offers unparalleled views of downtown Portland, providing visitors with a whole new perspective of the river and the eastside.


A wide variety of cultural experiences include the Portland Opera, the Oregon Symphony, the Oregon Ballet Theater, the Portland Art Museum, the Portland Center for Performing Arts and Portland Institute for Contemporary Arts (PICA). All art galleries and museums in downtown Portland are free on "First Thursday." Art galleries are free in the Northeast Alberta district on "Last Thursday." Various touring Broadway musicals come to Portland throughout the year.


  • Portland Trailblazers (professional basketball)
  • Portland Winterhawks (minor league hockey)
  • Portland Beavers (AAA baseball)
  • Portland Timbers (minor league soccer)


Whether you enjoy hiking, beachcombing or snowboarding, Portland is close to all kinds of recreational activities. Portland has more than 200 parks, including Forest Park — the largest urban park in the U.S. with over 4,600 acres and a 40 mile loop of hiking trails. The Columbia River Gorge and Multnomah Falls feature all levels of hiking trails. The Oregon Coast is just 70 miles from the city, and skiing and snowboarding are popular at Mount Hood. Central Oregon, with its more arid climate, is also home to vacation resorts for summer and wintertime activities.


Our nightclubs run the gamut of musical genres: rock, pop, R&B, hip-hop, dance, electronic, jazz, folk and country. If you enjoy microbrew beer, Portland is one of the best places to find just about any flavor. The Crystal Ballroom features all types of music including rock concerts and ballroom dancing. McMenamins pubs and movie theaters offers second-run movies for $2-$3 plus burger, pizza and microbrew on tap! For a complete listing of current happenings and events, please visit

Just Plain Fun

The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, a science center, features a giant screen Omnimax theater, a laser art planetarium, and interactive exhibits for adults and children. The Oregon Zoo is just minutes from downtown Portland. Powell's City of Books, one of the world's largest bookstores, buys and sells new and used books. Whatever you're looking for, you're bound to find it in Portland!