This undeveloped parcel is located at 150th Avenue and Sunrise Lane
- Aerial Overview
Future Park Finder
The parcel is located in Tigard on the north side of Bull Mountain and will
link Cach Nature Park
and the Westside Powerline Trail corridor. Comprised of open space and
wooded slopes, eventually the property will be
transformed into a community park.
The park master planning process will include community meetings, stakeholder discussions and a detailed
site analysis to consider future improvements which may include a baseball field with a soccer field overlay,
playground, restroom, shelter, overlook, pathways and parking. A topographic survey recently was completed,
and this data will provide crucial information in support of the conceptual master plan. The second of two
community meetings to discuss the conceptual master plan was held in late April.
The completion of the master planning process is expected during the first half of 2013.
The project team relies on public participation to help guide park planning. Community input
is helping the project design team:
An initial neighborhood meeting was held on February 27 to discuss the conceptual site planning process
for this future park. Project staff and the landscape architect presented potential development
concepts for the park and listened to community input. A second public meeting was held on April 24, and
project staff and the landscape architect presented a revised conceptual master plan based on resident
interest and feedback from the first meeting.
- Understand and respond to the needs and concerns of the neighborhood
- Identify park features that are most important to local neighbors
February 27, 2013 public meeting materials:
Public meeting summary (105 kb PDF)
Draft concept plan A (370 kb PDF)
Draft concept plan B (370 kb PDF)
Site analysis display board (4 Mb PDF)
April 24, 2013 public meeting materials:
Public meeting summary (64 kb PDF)
Revised concept plan (1.6 Mb PDF)
The City of Tigard's Parks and Recreation Advisory Board (PRAB) will review and considered the conceptual
master plan at a regularly scheduled PRAB meeting in Summer 2013, at which public comment and
testimony will be welcomed.
The 20-acre property purchase marks one of the larger acquisitions 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.