East Bull Mountain Properties
This undeveloped parcel is located at 13950 SW Alpine Crest Way. Pedestrian entrances to the property
are located along SW Alpine Crest Way and SW Woodshire Lane.
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On March 27, 2012, the Tigard City Council authorized the purchase of the Paull properties; the city intends
to turn the site into a neighborhood park. The city paid $1.75 million for the two properties which are located on
Bull Mountain, north of Alpine Crest Way and west of Greenfield Drive.
In July, the city also purchased the Eiswerth property.
The parcel is bordered by a city greenspace to the northeast and the recently-purchased Paull
properties directly to the east.
The three parcels, commonly referred to as the East Bull Mountain properties, total 10.2 acres.
The site is comprised of woods, open space and riparian areas along a small creek. Local neighbors
have been actively involved with organizing volunteer efforts to remove invasive plant species and
build new wood chip trails through the property
A conceptual park master planning process has been initiated to define and facilitate the future development of the site as a neighborhood park. Potential concept plan elements include pathways, shelters, playground, interpretive elements and consideration of the removal or repurposing of the residential structure. The first of two community meetings to discuss the conceptual master plan is scheduled for May 23rd. The completion of the master planning process is expected during the third quarter of 2013.
A neighborhood meeting is scheduled for Thursday, May 23 at the TVF&R Station 50 - Community Room (12617 SW Walnut Street)
at 7 pm to start park concept master planning for this property. City staff and a landscape designer will be
available to discuss the master planning process and discuss park design options.
A second neighborhood meeting will occur in July to review the updated conceptual park design and seek
consensus on the concept master plan.
The 10-acre property purchase was made possible through the passage of a $17 million park bond approved by Tigard voters in 2010. Funding has not been identified for the development of this property, and the conceptual master plan is intended as a tool for future planning and capital funding.
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Thursday, May 23, 7 p.m.
TVF&R Station 50
(12617 SW Walnut Street)
City staff and a landscape designer will be available to discuss the master
planning process and discuss park design options.
Parks and Facilities Manager
City of Tigard Parks Division