|Public Works at a Glance|
|News from Public Works|
Public Works Annual Report
Twenty-four hours per day, three hundred sixty five days per year, Public Works employees provide essential services to city residents and business. This report is part of an ongoing effort to “tell our story.” View the report.
Weekly Update from Public Works Now Published Online
Learn more about the work happening in your neighborhood. Services provided by the city’s Public Works Department include delivery of safe, clean drinking water, beautiful parks and open spaces, safe roads and sidewalks, protection from storms, a capable sewer system and more. See what we are up to each week in the Public Works Update. Read more...
Tree for All Events in February
Join us to plant trees in Cook Park on Saturday, February 11 or in Jack Park on Saturday, February 18. Both plantings are part of the Tree For All campaign which has planted over three million native plants in the Tualatin River Watershed in the past decade! Read more…
Leaf Disposal and Food Drive: Community Comes Together for Another Successful Year
In an effort to keep leaves off roadways and out of storm drains, Public Works held the first Leaf Disposal and Food Drive in 2002. Almost 15 years later, participation has increased and we have you to thank. Read more...
Will You Get the Call?
Register Today for CodeRED to be Notified of Emergencies.
The City of Tigard uses CodeRED for messages concerning the safety, property or welfare of our community. Messages may include AMBER alerts, notifications of hazardous traffic or road conditions, boil water advisories or evacuation notices. Register online or by phone: Call Mike Lueck, Tigard Emergency Services Coordinator, at 503-718-2593. You can also download the mobile app.