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City of Tigard

Neighborhood Networks

How well are you connected to your neighbors and your neighborhood? Do want to get more involved with events happening in Tigard and with city government? If you answered yes, then you may wish to learn more about the city’s Neighborhood Network Program.

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.
»  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

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

Neighborhood Involvement Committee (NIC)
The NIC will meet on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 7 p.m. in the Red Rock Creek Conference Room (at City Hall, 13125 SW Hall Blvd.). Stop by and join the conversation. Meeting agendas and meeting minutes are available.

It's Your Neighborhood
Tell us what you'd like to see on your web page that isn't already there or share your opinion on what defines your neighborhood. Is there something you would like fixed; is there a change you would make or are you looking for a way to get involved? 

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 Neighborhood (Area 9)
Derry Dell (Area 10)
Tigard Area 11 Neighborhood
Tigard Area 12 Neighborhood
West Tigard (Area 13)
River Terrace
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