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Statement of Unity
City of Tigard Statement of Unity
We have heard from members of our community who are fearful for the safety of family, friends and members of the community.

We want the Tigard community to know that the city council is committed to providing a safe, welcoming and respectful environment for all who reside in, visit and pass through our communities.

Our commitment to that environment is reflected in our vision of building, supporting, and maintaining a community where people of all ages and abilities can enjoy healthy and interconnected lives. Our community is welcoming to people of all backgrounds.

The city has consistently complied with and will continue to comply with Oregon State law which states that "No law enforcement agency of the State of Oregon or of any political subdivision of the state shall use agency moneys, equipment or personnel for the purpose of detecting or apprehending persons whose only violation of law is that they are persons of foreign citizenship present in the United States in violation of federal immigration laws."

What that means is:

  • The city does not inquire about immigration status when working with community members.
  • Police officers are committed to the safety and protection of all residents, regardless of their legal status, and to create a safe space for those who do not have legal status to be able to report crimes without fear.
  • The city does not get involved with immigration and deportation issues of residents who are in the United States without authorization and who have committed a crime.

The city council is committed to supporting the public we serve, and providing excellent services for all people equally and fairly — regardless of race, religion, immigration status, sexual orientation, age or ability. 

We stand against prejudice, fear, ignorance and hate and will work to bring our communities together and to maintain a welcoming environment where every person feels safe.

Declaración de Unidad de La Ciudad de Tigard
Hemos escuchado de miembros de nuestra comunidad que temen por la seguridad de la familia, amigos y miembros de la comunidad.

Queremos que la comunidad de Tigard sepa que el ayuntamiento está comprometido a proveer un ambiente seguro, acogedor y respetuoso para todos los que residen, visiten y pasen por nuestras comunidades.

Nuestro compromiso con ese ambiente se refleja en nuestra visión de construir, apoyar y mantener una comunidad donde personas de todas las edades y habilidades puedan disfrutar de vidas saludables e interconectadas. Nuestra comunidad es acogedora para personas de todos los orígenes.

La ciudad ha cumplido consistentemente y seguirá cumpliendo con la ley estatal de Oregón que establece que “Ninguna agencia de aplicación de la ley del estado de Oregon o de ninguna subdivisión política del estado puede usar dinero, equipo o personal con el propósito de detectar o Aprehender a personas cuya única violación de la ley es que son personas de ciudadanía extranjera presentes en la violación de los Estados Unidos de las leyes federales de inmigración.”

Lo que esto significa es:

  • La ciudad no pregunta acerca del estatus migratorio cuando trabaja con miembros de la comunidad.
  • Los agentes de policía están comprometidos con la seguridad y protección de todos los residentes, independientemente de su condición jurídica, y para crear un espacio seguro para aquellos que no tienen estatus legal para poder denunciar los crímenes sin temor.
  • La ciudad no se involucra con asuntos de inmigración y deportación de residentes que están en los Estados Unidos sin autorización y que han cometido un crimen.

El ayuntamiento se compromete a apoyar al público que servimos y proporcionar excelentes servicios para todas las personas de manera equitativa y equitativa, independientemente de raza, religión, estatus migratorio, orientación sexual, edad o habilidad.

Nos oponemos a los prejuicios, el temor, la ignorancia y el odio y trabajaremos para unir nuestras comunidades y mantener un ambiente acogedor donde cada persona se sienta egura.


City Description
With a diverse economy, strong schools and outstanding parks, Tigard is one of the most livable cities in Oregon. Since its incorporation in 1961, the city has grown to become a desirable and affordable community in the Portland metro area. Residents enjoy access to 18 miles of trails and nearly 550 acres of parks and open spaces.  

Residents have a range of public transportation choices to nearby Portland, Beaverton and Hillsboro. Other amenities include shopping at Bridgeport Village and Washington Square Mall as well as easy access to multiple full-service medical facilities. The Cascade Mountains, Oregon’s famed beaches and the Columbia Gorge are all accessible as day trips.

A Revitalized Downtown
Tigard’s historic and walkable downtown offers unique shopping, eating and drinking establishments, transit connections and access to bike and pedestrian trails. The area is undergoing a transformation into a local destination. The city, in partnership with downtown and business stakeholders, has revitalized its downtown with public art, LED street lights and multiple trail connections, creating a walkable destination for residents and visitors alike.

Tigard Community Profile
Location 10 miles southwest of Portland, Oregon in Washington County
City Facility Locations Civic Center, Library, Police
Population 51,253 (2015 Census estimate)
Average Annual Rainfall 37.4 inches
Elevation Highest: 713 feet at Bull Mountain Summit
Lowest: 104 feet at Cook Park Riverfront
Square Miles 13 (incorporated area)
Number of Businesses 2,852 (as of 9/15)
Median Household Income $62,576
Median Home Value $311,100
Permanent Tax Rate $2.51310 per $1,000/Assessed Value  

Open Door Policy

The City's "open door" policy encourages citizens to attend weekly city council meetings and observe the four-member council and mayor make important decisions. Tigard is a community building for today and its future. Local government and school leaders, citizen groups, businesses and individuals work hard to build upon Tigard's significant community attributes. The City promotes citizen participation through Neighborhood Networks that represent the community's 14 geographic areas. The networks encourage citizens to become part of the decision-making process.
Tigard Civic Center
 13125 SW Hall Blvd.,
 Tigard, Oregon 97223

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