Updated: August 19, 2019 at 8:42 am
Next 7 Days
Know before you go! Here is the latest on road construction.
Coming to your neighborhood! Check out this video explaining ‘census canvasing’ and what’s ahead over the next several weeks.
Hear ye, hear ye all citizens of the Tweendom (folks aged 10-14), join us on August 20 from 2:30-4:30 to make felted space critters.
It’s rock-o’clock when Johnny Limbo and The Lugnuts take the stage - get ready for a rockin fun night! Concerts in the Park events begin at 5 p.m., music begins at 6 p.m.
A community accessible for all! We’re committed to removing barriers to improve access for everyone and we want your help prioritizing the work.
Lazy afternoon movies… These spacy films from the ‘80s and ‘90s will have you laughing, weeping and screaming "KHAAAAAN!"
Last 7 Days
Refreshing Windmill Park: Learn how community members are partnering to keep a part of our history alive.
Council Question: What is the city doing to help the homeless in Tigard? We remain committed to collaboration as a way to address homelessness. Read on!
Your Tigard Aha moment? "Participating in the Community Roundtable & connecting w/ other non-profits & faith-based partners helped us feel more connected. We're excited to connect w/ the community at the Street Fair & Latino Festival," Prentice Geary, CODA, Inc.
Isn’t it lovely?!?!? Work on Durham Road is now substantially complete (ramp work, pavement overlay, striping).
Spotlight on the Strategic Vision
Our vision is to become "the most walkable community in the Pacific Northwest where people of all ages and abilities enjoy healthy and interconnected lives."
Born Learning: We're building a more connected, walkable community by installing 'Born Learning' signs, which are interactive signs that offer fun, active learning activities for young children and their families. Check out the pictures from last week's installation. This was funded by a Healthy Eating Active Living grant.
Let’s walk! Join us for a walking tour of historic Main Street. Meet the entrepreneurs, businesses and events that shaped downtown Tigard over the past century. Tours begin at the corner of SW Burnham and Main Street and are less than one mile long.
Now Hiring: Assistant Public Works Director. “This is a leadership role that is integral to the health and safety of our community. Our department proudly provides stewardship over infrastructure and important programs like recreation and emergency management,” Brian Rager, Public Works Director.
Now Hiring: Contracts and Purchasing Manager
Tweet of the Week!
What Did We Miss?
Send an email to Kent Wyatt, Communications Manager, if you have questions that you want addressed or items of interest for the Tigard community.