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City of Tigard

Neighborhood Networks

Tigard’s vision to be a more walkable, connected community takes place every day where our residents call home—in their own neighborhoods. The city boasts 14 unique neighborhood communities, each with amenities and destinations like parks, trails, schools and businesses that make them special.

To promote these areas, the city’s Neighborhood Network Program offers residents opportunities to address neighborhood concerns and promote connections. The program encourages neighborhood involvement and invites residents to engage the city they call home.

The neighborhoods now have their own Facebook pages. These allow residents to build community online and share useful neighborhood news. Each page is managed by a resident volunteer of that neighborhood. By following and friending the new Facebook pages, residents can comment on development proposals and access programs like:

»  Capital Improvement Plan  
  Learn about projects for the coming year.
»  CERT  
  Community Emergency Response Teams
»  CodeRed 
  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.
»  Neighborhood Watch  
  Take a stand against crime. Join a Neighborhood Watch!
»  National Night Out  
  Give crime a going away party!
»  Tigard Maps 
  The city at your fingertips!

Neighborhood Network Boundaries

Boundary Map
The city is divided into 13 neighborhoods organized around elementary school boundaries and major transportation routes. The Neighborhood Involvement Committee (NIC) is charged with oversight of the Neighborhood Network Program and sets neighborhood area boundaries with input from neighborhood residents. 
 
A neighborhood boundary map may be view in two versions:  
Printable Map | Interactive Map

Contact
Rudy Owens
Neighborhood Program Coordinator 
503-718-2758 | Email
 

A New Look to Neighborhood Communications
We are proud to announce the launch of new Facebook pages for 13 of the city’s 14 neighborhood networks. Connecting with your friends and neighbors has never been easier. See where you live by clicking on the network map and then friend or like the page. Start posting news with your neighborhood and sharing ways residents can be involved in their community.

Neighborhood Web Sites
» Summerlake - Scholls (Area 1)
» Englewood Park (Area 2)
» Greenburg Road (Area 3)
» North Tigard (Area 4)
» Tigard Triangle (Area 5)
» Downtown (Area 6)
» Durham Road (Area 7)
» Southview (Area 8)
» Cook Park (Area 9)
» Derry Dell (Area 10)
» Jack Park (Area 11)
» Bull Mountain (Area 12)
» West Tigard (Area 13)
» River Terrace (Area 14)


New: Volunteer Opportunity
The city is currently looking for three new volunteers to build community and maintain our new Facebook pages for Downtown, Tigard Triangle, and Cook Park. Contact Rudy Owens: rudy@tigard-or.gov, 503-718-2758.

Neighborhood Involvement Committee (NIC)

The NIC will meet on Wednesday, April 19, 2017 at 7 p.m. in the Public Works Building (8777 SW Burnham St.).  Stop by and join the conversation. Meeting agendas and meeting minutes are available.

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