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Boards & Committees

Boards, committees and commissions are advisory to the City Council and assist Council in forming policy and making law.

If you are interested in holding a position in one of the City's boards or committees, please check the Volunteer Opportunities page for openings. To download a current roster with staff liaison information, click here.

Budget Committee
The Budget Committee provides a public forum to obtain public views in the preparation of fiscal policy.

City Center Advisory Commission
The purpose of the City Center Advisory Commission (CCAC) is to make recommendations to the City Center Development Agency (CCDA) on Urban Renewal policy, budget, and implementation to improve Tigard's Downtown area.

City Center Development Agency
The City Center Development Agency is charged with the revitalization of Downtown and implementation of the Urban Renewal Plan, which was approved by voters in May of 2006.

City Council
The City Council determines policies for the City of Tigard.

Intergovernmental Water Board
The purpose of the IWB is to make recommendations to the Tigard City Council on water issues and to carry out other responsibilities set forth in the agreement.

LO/Tigard Water Partnership Oversight Committee
The Oversight Committee is a four-person advisory group with members from the City of Tigard and City of Lake Oswego City Councils. The Committee provides oversight on issues of project identification, scheduling, budgets and funding requests related to the Lake Oswego-Tigard Water Partnership. Individual members deliver information and recommendations to their respective City Councils as necessary through the project. The public is welcome to attend Oversight Committee meetings. Information on the committee, including membership and meeting agendas, is available.

Library Board
The Library Board has responsibility to advise the City Manager and City Council regarding library policies, budget, facilities and other needs of the community to provide quality library service.

Mayor's Blue Ribbon Task Force
Purpose: Convene a citizen task force to examine Tigardís service and financial challenges and recommend a course of action to the City Council.

Neighborhood Involvement Committee
On January 25, 2011, the Tigard City Council adopted Resolution No. 11-02 which changed the name and mission of the Committee for Citizen Involvement to the Neighborhood Involvement Committee. Bylaws and membership guidelines encourage participation in the Neighborhood Network program and advocate involvement at the neighborhood level.

Park and Recreation Advisory Board
This board advises City Council on issues related to public parks and recreational facilities including acquisition, rules, and the expenditure of allocated funds. Looking for the Park System Master Plan Update?

Planning Commission
The Planning Commission plays an integral role in the growth issues of the City.

River Terrace
The River Terrace Community Plan is an effort by the city of Tigard to put into place the appropriate zoning and regulations, natural resource protections, infrastructure plans and a financing strategy to allow the successful transition of 500 acres from rural to urban use.

Tigard Youth Advisory Council
Students in grades 5-12 represent their peers as resources to the community to advise on the best ways to build developmental assets for each youth in Tigard. Youth Advisory Council members serve on other city and community Boards and Commissions. The Youth Advisory Council also facilitates the development and implementation of programs and activities that are important to youth.

Tigard Triangle
For several years Tigard leaders have imagined a place where Tigard's future growth could occur with a mix of complementary uses like housing, employment, and shopping; an area safe and convenient for pedestrians and bicycles allowing people to not rely on their cars for some trips. A planning process has now begun which aims to reimagine the Triangle's future.

Transportation Advisory Committee
The Transportation Advisory Committee was created to act as an advisory body to the Tigard City Council and staff and to provide a venue for citizen involvement opportunities in transportation matters and increase community awareness of transportation issues that affect the City of Tigard. Looking for the HCT Land Use Plan Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) or the Pedestrian and Bicyclist Subcommittee?

Tree Board
The mission of the Tree Board is to develop and administer a comprehensive program for the management, maintenance, removal, replacement, and protection of trees on public property. Looking for the Urban Forestry Code Revisions?

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