Tues., APRIL 21 - CITY COUNCIL
ART RUTKIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
PUBLIC HEARING: City Council
Tuesday, March 24, 2020, April 21, 2020, 7:30 p.m.
Tigard Civic Center - Town Hall, 13125 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard, Oregon
Actual time of Public Hearing is approximate based on other agenda items
testimony guidelines and tips
Anyone wishing to speak on an agenda item should sign on the appropriate sign-up sheet(s). If no sheet is available, ask to be recognized by the Mayor at the beginning of that agenda item. Citizen Communication items are asked to be two minutes or less. Longer matters can be set for a future Agenda by contacting either the Mayor or the City Manager.
» Time Limit: 2 minutes or less (Longer matters can be set for a future agenda)
» Topics: Items not on the agenda and Non-Public Hearing agenda items.
Public Hearing Agenda Items
Public Notice on Hearing Procedures:
Hearing procedures handouts will be available at the entrance to the meeting room.
Hearing procedures are reviewed by the City Attorney at the beginning of quasi-judicial (land use) and legislative hearings.
City Council Staff Contact:
City Recorder's Office
testimony guidelines and tips
The purpose of the hearing is to invite interested parties to participate in the decision-making process by submitting relevant testimony to the Planning Commission before a decision is made, or before a formal recommendation to City Council.
Public Hearing Format
Please Note: The Planning Commission is the decision-making body for zone changes and planned developments only. For all others, the commission makes a recommendation to City Council—who makes the final decision. Please contact the Planning Department at 503-718-2421 if you have any questions.
Planning Commission Staff Contact:
Tigard Police Department
The Tigard Police Department has in its physical possession the unclaimed personal property described below. If you have any ownership interest in any of that unclaimed property, you must file a claim with the Tigard Police Department within 30 days from the date of publication of this notice, or you will lose your interest in that property. Satisfactory proof of lawful ownership must be presented before property will be returned; such proof may consist of an accurate description of the unclaimed property. Property includes: various bicycles, audio/video equipment, cameras, jewelry, computer equipment, personal items, money, auto accessories, tools, sporting goods and other miscellaneous items.
To file a claim or for further information, please contact: Tigard Police Department, Property & Evidence Division, 13125 SW Hall Blvd., Tigard, OR 97223
Republished January 9, 2020
The City of Tigard adopted updates to the Tigard Public Facility Plan and Public Facilities and Services chapter of the Tigard Comprehensive Plan, in fulfillment of Tigard’s Periodic Review Work Program Task #4: Public Facility Plan and Urban Services on November 26, 2019.