Adopt a Street Program
The Adopt a Street Program allows citizens to work in partnership with the city by "adopting" a segment of roadway and agreeing to keep it clean. This program offers individuals an inexpensive way to contribute to their community and generate publicity for their efforts. Every participant in this program makes a positive impact on the appearance of the road system and their community.
For more information, please contact Streets Supervisor Adam Jensen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-718-2606.
Report a Traffic Signal Concern
State Traffic Signals (ODOT)
Report a Streetlight Outage
Streetlights provide a valuable service to the community by supplying light for both motorists and pedestrians. The benefits of this important resource are best achieved when every streetlight is operating properly. PGE, however, is unable to manually check each streetlight and thus it depends on the assistance of customers to help identify streetlights in need of repair.
If you notice a streetlight outage, please contact PGE at:
1. 1-800-544-1795 (press "3"); or
2. https://www.portlandgeneral.com/forms/report-streetlight-problem (to submit a Streetlight Outage Form online)
When reporting a streetlight outage, it is important to provide the following information:
2. Nearest cross street;
3. Pole number (on pole); and
4. Map number (on pole).
Street Maintenance (Pavement Maintenance Program)
Street Maintenance Fee
The Street Maintenance Fee (SMF) is a charge paid by Tigard residents and businesses on their monthly utility bill. The fee is used primarily to fund routine maintenance of Tigard’s roads through the Pavement Management Program. In addition the SMF pays for landscape maintenance in the public right-of-way.
Vegetation and obstacles in the public right-of-way can become potentially hazardous to public safety. In efforts to minimize such potential hazards, the City of Tigard monitors and manages the removal of tall grass and brush in order to maintain clear sight distance for drivers and minimize fire hazards. The city also includes annual trimming of trees as part of this management to ensure lights and signs are not blocked and to keep tree limbs from growing into travel lanes.
Sidewalk maintenance and repair, however, is the sole responsibility of the property owner. More information can be found in the Tigard Municipal Code 15.12.010 or on the Common Code Violations site.
The city offers a free sandbag station in the parking lot of the Tigard Public Works Building (8777 SW Burnham Street.) The self-service station is stocked with sand and sandbags and can be accessed at any time. Shovels may not be provided, so please bring your own. Sand is to be used for emergency purposes only. Citizens are welcome to return the full sandbags, used or not. Please return them directly to the sandbag station on the west end of the parking lot.
Street Cut Moratorium
In an effort to improve the quality and service life of city streets, Tigard has adopted a right-of-way preservation and restoration policy. This policy is designed to protect newly paved streets by limiting pavement cuts and imposing specific restoration requirements. It also will encourage better coordination with utility agencies and other users of the city rights-of-way by requiring those users to provide notice of upcoming project which will require cutting of the pavement. The full text of the policy is in Chapter 15.04.135 of the Tigard Municipal Code and locations are shown on this map.
Did you know...
Both Hall Boulevard and Hwy 99W in Tigard are State Highways maintained by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT). Questions or issues regarding their maintenance can be directed to the ODOT District 2B Maintenance Office at 971-673-6200 or e-mail ODOT Staffer Lili D. Boicourt.