New sidewalks, safer pedestrian crossings
Street trees and landscaping
Energy-efficient LED streetlights
Stormwater treatment planters
Replacement of aging water and sewer lines
Turn around for motorists at south end of Main Street
Aerial view of
Frequently Asked Questions
Q.What is a green street?
A green street can be defined as a street designed to:
- integrate a system of stormwater management within its right of way
- reduce the amount of water that is piped directly to streams and rivers
- be a visible component of a system of "green infrastructure" that is incorporated into the aesthetics of the community
- make the best use of the street tree canopy for stormwater interception as well as temperature mitigation and air quality improvement
- ensure the street has the least impact on its surroundings, particularly at locations where it crosses a stream or other sensitive area
- the design and construction of green streets is one component of a larger watershed approach to improving the region's water quality, and requires a more broad-based alliance for its planning, funding, maintenance, and monitoring
City of Tigard Project Manager
(Mon.-Thurs., 7 a.m.-6 p.m.)
Tim Shields, Kodiak Pacific
Who's Who on Main Street?|
ProDesign Solutions & Clifford the Dog
At ProDesign Solutions located at 12568 SW Main Street, you will be greeted by Clifford the Dog (no,
not a big red dog, but a tiny white dog with a great big smile) and his owner, Suzanne Curtis Parker.
Suzanne opened ProDesign three years ago, and has been in the remodeling business for six years.
Before owning her design shop, Suzanne was a commercial pilot, owned a dive shop in Belize, and
sold real estate. Suzanne and her assistant Jean Burton will provide you with the ideas,
means and materials to complete your remodel project.