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Play a major role in affecting change in your community. Members needed on various Boards and Committees. Whether you’re a seasoned volunteer, or just getting into public service, we welcome and thank you for your interest!

Board Vacancies (as of April 18, 2019)


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Seeking Library Board Members

The Tigard Public Library is recruiting volunteers for the Library Board. The Board advises City Council on library policies, budget, facilities and other needs. Apply for a position on the Library Board and have a say in the Library’s future. The term begins in July and runs for four years. 

The function of the board is established under Tigard Municipal Code 2.36.030. The board typically meets at 7 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month in the 2nd Floor Library Conference Room. These meetings are open to the public. View Library Board Meeting Agendas and Minutes here. 

The Tigard Library Board consists of seven citizen members and two alternates appointed by the City Council for four-year terms. Of the seven members, at least six shall reside within the Tigard city limits and one may reside outside the city. The alternates do not vote. For more information, contact Halsted Bernard at 503-718-2509 or HalstedB@tigard-or.gov.

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»Tigard Park and Recreation Advisory Board
Apply today to join the group of dedicated individuals working to provide quality Parks & Recreation services in Tigard. The Park and Recreation Advisory Board (PRAB) studies and makes recommendations to the Tigard City Council on parks, open space, and recreation planning.

Board goals for 2019 include:

  • Advocating for the needs of park maintenance and recreation in the city’s annual budget process
  • Supporting the expansion of the Recreation Program
  • Engagement to drive park development and stewardship
  • Supporting the city’s walkability vision
  • Participating in the update of the Parks and Recreation Master Plan 

The PRAB typically meets on the second Monday of each month at 7 p.m. at the Tigard Public Works Building, 8777 SW Burnham Street. Application deadline is April 30, 2019.  If you are interested and want more information, please contact Steve Martin at 503-718-2583.


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»Committee for Community Engagement (CCE)
The Committee for Community Engagement is a citizen group that works with city staff to improve communications and engagement with the residents of Tigard. The committee reviews program ideas and provides recommendations on specific plans for community input, feedback, education and information. The goal is to inspire active two-way community engagement, broad participation of diverse community members and encourage shared responsibility and ownership (community members and elected officials) to use knowledge, skills and experience to improve the community and advance the city’s strategic vision. 

The CCE typically meets the third Wednesday of every other month from 7 - 8:30 p.m.  If you are interested and want more information, please contact Nadine Robinson at 503-718-2481.


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»Tigard Youth Advisory Council
Tigard Youth Advisory Council (TYAC) is comprised of middle school and high school students who are committed to making positive change in the Tigard community.

If you are a middle school or high school student living in Tigard and are interested in joining TYAC and have questions, contact Kent Wyatt at kentw@tigard-or.gov.

TYAC members spent part of last summer volunteering for three programs.

  • Tigard Youth Advisory participate in Halloween EventAdopt-a-Road Program: We picked up litter on Main Street each month. Our hope is that we have made downtown Tigard a more inviting place for everyone, whether you’re hoping to pick up a cup of coffee from Symposium, or simply play some table tennis at Paddle Palace.
  • Good Neighbor Center: We hosted a dinner for families staying at the Good Neighbor Center. Along with preparing the dinner, we learned more about each of the families and how we could do more to help.
  • With Love: Our members volunteered at With Love, a nonprofit organization that serves as a resource to foster families in the Portland metropolitan area. We spent the evening folding and organizing clothing for foster children.  

We raised money to support our activities for the upcoming year by hosting concessions and a raffle at the four Movies in the Park this summer. Learn more about our activities on the TYAC Facebook page.

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