The program offers a way to involve citizens as partners to address their neighborhood issues and to strengthen their connections between each other and the city. Promoting communication about the city and neighborhoods helps to build a stronger sense of community. Better communication with the city and awareness of issues in Tigard gives residents more opportunities to get involved with the city they call home.
Each of the city’s 14 neighborhoods has its own blog page, which serves as the primary communication tool and information center for neighborhood. Each blog is managed by a resident volunteer of that neighborhood.
Neighborhood web pages give residents opportunities to comment on development proposals and access programs like:
|»||Capital Improvement Plan
Learn about projects for the coming year.
Community Emergency Response Teams
Tigard's emergency notification system
|»||Map Your Neighborhood (MYN)
Tigard offers free training to help neighbors prepare for disasters.
|»||Neighborhood Involvement Committee
Represent your neighborhood's ideas and concerns.
Take a stand against crime. Join a Neighborhood Watch!
|»||National Night Out
Give crime a going away party!
The city at your fingertips!