Address in Portland, OR

Receive mail at a real street address. Need a Portland address? Earth Class Mail gives you the ability to have a mailing address in Portland without having to pay for real estate, rent a Portland PO Box, or check your mailbox with its virtual mailbox in Portland. We scan and forward mail in Portland. Remote businesses don't need an office to establish a business, thanks to our Portland street address. You can use your virtual address in Portland to register a business or on your company marketing website. Portland virtual addresses can also help to keep your home address private.

Get the perfect Portland address


PO Box 4120




How Virtual Mail Works

Check the Virtual Mailbox details

We receive your mail

Your postal mail is sent to a virtual address and processed at our secure facilities


We digitize it for you

Your mail is scanned and delivered into your inbox as a high-resolution PDF


You take control

You access your postal mail and deposit checks online

Why get an address in Portland, OR

Portland is the largest and most populous city in the state of Oregon, sitting at a population of 652,503, but with over 2.5 Million people in the total metropolitan area. The famed Oregon Trail brought settlers to Portland initially over two centuries ago, where the city was then established on a booming timber economy and was formally claimed by Francis Pettygrove in an 1845 coin toss involving the “Portland Penny” which is on display to this day. The climate in Portland is true to the pacific coast region, with mild summers and a cool rainy season that lasts winter through late spring. This climate is actually ideal for growing roses and has earned Portland the lesser known nickname of “The Rose City”. As another river city, Portland now spans both sides of the Willamette River with the iconic Hawthorne Bridge connecting commuters quickly to the downtown core. Due to this, Portland stands naturally divided by the waterway into the densely populated West side and the suburban East side. The economy in Portland is very diverse, with the primary industries being steel and shipping; however, 1200 tech companies are also now based out of Portland alongside top athleticwear manufacturers Adidas, Nike, and Columbia. Access to the sea has continued to make Portland a key hub for supply chain operations, and global trade receiving. To this day the city is home to our nation's largest working dry dock that is constantly handling an influx of cargo from around the world. Music, culture, and the performing arts market Portland as a stand out to tourists seeking creative entertainment. As well, with over 600 licensed food carts, Portland has been recognized as one of the most diverse cuisine scenes in the U.S when it comes to street food. At a local level, microbreweries and coffee roasters are prevalent, rivaling Seattle's claim to the coffee capital of America. Each year the Oregon Brewers Festival draws over 70,000 fans to taste test new batches of beer that have yet to hit popular retail shelves, or purchase old favorites. Portland is also one of the most sustainable cities in the U.C, and the only one to implement a formal action plan to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Having an address in Portland opens up options for creativity, with a hip appearance that appeals to those who are familiar with Portland's progressive nature and range of businesses.

From Earth Class Mail


April 21, 2022

More than 129 billion pieces of mail were delivered in 2021. Once opened and read, it ends up in the trash–the average household throws out 13,000 separate pieces of mail each year.  This hurts our environment...

By Marlene Romo Flores

Business Start-Up

March 29, 2022

Launching a new business venture is an exciting and challenging time.  One thing to make note of is how the traditional office is now taking a back seat to a modern virtual office...

By Marlene Romo Flores


March 17, 2022

In 2020, the FBI reported 791,790 complaints of internet crime, with a total of $4.2 Billion in financial losses, a number that has exponentially risen from the already alarming $1.4 Billion in losses reported over 2016...

By Renee Cottrell

Virtual Mailbox for you!