Visit Our Shelters in Portland and Salem

OHS Portland Campus is located in Northeast Portland and OHS Salem Campus is located in Southeast Salem. Find directions, hours, mailing address and more.

OHS is now open for public walk-through 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., seven days a week. Adoptions are still done by appointment only from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Masks are required in our building until March 12 when the indoor mask mandate is lifted. Learn more about our new online process by visiting the How to Adopt page.

For more information about our coronavirus response, click here.

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Getting Here: Directions to OHS

The OHS Portland Campus is located at 1067 NE Columbia Blvd. Portland, Oregon 97211.

The OHS Salem Campus is located at 4246 Turner Rd SE, Salem, OR 97317.

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OHS Portland Campus Directions

Directions by Car: I-5 Northbound

Exit 306A, NE Columbia Blvd. At the end of the exit ramp there is a stop light. Turn left (east) at the light, which puts you onto Columbia Blvd. Proceed approximately 1.5 miles (through 2 lights) along Columbia Blvd. OHS is on the left side of the street immediately past the intersection with NE 11th Ave. Look for our colorful flags and large sign.

Directions by Car: I-5 Southbound

Take Exit #307, Marine Drive/Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., and proceed south on MLK Jr. Blvd. for about 2 miles. At the first stoplight, turn left (east) on NE Columbia Blvd. Proceed 0.8 miles to OHS. The shelter is on left side just past NE 11th Ave. Look for our colorful flags and large sign.

Directions by Car: I-205 Northbound

Take Exit #23B for US-30 Bypass West / NE Killingsworth St. Keep right at the fork toward US-30 Bypass W/NE Killingsworth St. Heading west for 0.7 miles, you will bear right onto NE Columbia Parkway which turns into NE Columbia Blvd. Proceed about 4 miles heading west on NE Columbia Blvd. until your reach the shelter. The shelter will be on your right. Look for our colorful flags and large sign.

Arriving by Bus

TriMet Route #6, #70, or #75

Bicycling Directions

Whichever part of the Portland area you are traveling from, the safest route to OHS for bicyclists is 11th Avenue NE.

We recommend taking NE Dekum St. or Lombard (see bike route map below) to 11th Ave. and then following the directions below. Columbia Blvd. is a truck route and does not have designated bike lanes or contiguous sidewalks.

Here is a Google Map of the area with bicycle-safe routes highlighted in green. (If bicycle routes do not appear for any reason, select the bicycle option from the Google Maps filters.)

Heading north on 11th, cross Lombard St. at the traffic light. There is a train crossing just after.

Proceed along 11th to Columbia Blvd. There is no designated crossing here due to trucks. Turn left onto Columbia then make an immediate right into the west OHS driveway. There is public bike parking in front of the building to the east of the main entrance.

Mailing Address

Send postal letters and packages to:

Oregon Humane Society Portland Campus 
1067 NE Columbia Blvd.
Portland, OR 97211-1411

Oregon Humane Society Salem Campus 
4246 Turner Rd SE
Salem, OR 97317

Shelter Hours

All information below is for the OHS shelters in Portland and Salem, Oregon.

Public viewing is open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m, Sunday through Saturday

Hours for meeting with pets

Adoptions are still done by appointment only from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Sunday through Saturday

Phone operator hours

Phones are answered live between 10 a.m. to 6 pm daily. Main line: (503) 285-7722

Donation drop-offs

You can drop off your donated goods from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily inside the lobby with the lobby concierge.

Spay & Save appointment drop-offs

If you have a Spay & Save appointment at OHS Portland Campus, drop-off hours are 7:15 to 7:45 am. The OHS medical center lobby (west side entrance) is open for Spay & Save drop-offs before the rest of the shelter opens to the public. Please arrive on time!

Outreach Locations: Off-Site Adoptions

OHS has two shelter locations, one located in NE Portland and one in Salem, and is not affiliated with any other local shelters (such as county animal services).

OHS does offer pets for adoption at partner locations throughout the Portland and Salem areas for the convenience of prospective adopters. When a pet for adoption is located at an outreach partner, this will be noted in the pet’s profile on our website.