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.
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!