Whether you’re a seasoned volunteer, or just getting into public service, we welcome and thank you for your interest!
- Library Board Vacancies
We are looking for a few good men and women to join the Library Board. We will have several vacancies beginning July 1. The Tigard Library Board advises City Council on library policies, budget, facilities and other needs. The four-year terms begin in July. Apply for a position on the Board and have a say in the library’s future. Just fill out a Citizen Interest Application or pick one up at the library or at City Hall (13125 SW Hall Blvd.) The deadline to return applications is Wednesday, May 31, at 5 p.m.
Park and Recreation Advisory Board
Are you interested in parks, open spaces and recreation in the Tigard area? If so, the Park and Recreation Advisory Board (PRAB) might be for you! The city is looking for Tigard residents interested in serving on the PRAB. The board advises the City Council on park and recreation planning, budgeting, facilities, programming and services. The PRAB meets on the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. in the Public Works Building, 8777 SW Burnham St., in Tigard. Members are appointed to 4-year terms through an application and interview process. Alternates are appointed for one year terms.
Pedestrian and Bicyclist Subcommittee | 1 Member needed
The Pedestrian and Bicyclist Subcommittee (PBS) advises the Tigard Transportation Advisory Committee (TTAC) on bike and pedestrian issues. The committee focuses on improving the walkability and bikeability in Tigard. The group is involved with safety issues, project input, planning priorities and event planning related to bike and pedestrian travel. It meets monthly on the third Thursday from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at City Hall. You do not have to be a member to attend and give input. You may email your application directly to Buff Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Neighborhood Involvement Committee Needs Good Neighbors
Are you interested in your neighborhood and helping residents connect with each other and the city? If so, the city’s Neighborhood Involvement Committee (NIC) welcomes your involvement and membership. Please complete a Citizen Committee Interest Application. They are available in person at City Hall at 13125 SW Hall Boulevard or on this webpage.
The committee oversees the Neighborhood Network Program, which aims to involve citizens as partners in addressing neighborhood issues and strengthen connections between neighbors and the city.
The group meets quarterly from 7–8:30 p.m. in the Public Works building. At this time, we are filling vacancies left by departed committee members. Participants may be periodically asked to review materials that promote the city’s neighborhood and offer ideas to promote the Neighborhood Network Program. Tigard residency is required.
The vacancies will be open until filled. You may submit your applications by email to Rudy Owens, email@example.com. You may also email any questions or call him at 503-718-2758.