Updated: Dec. 9, 2019, 12:23 p.m.
THE WEEK AHEAD
Smitten with the Mitten: Throughout the month of December, bring new socks, hats, scarves, gloves and personal care items to decorate the branches of our Mitten Tree.
Construction Update: Here’s a progress report for ongoing construction projects.
Question for You... what should be next for parks and recreation Tigard?
Rules of the Road: Judge O’Brien prepares you for photo traffic enforcement.
Hiring….. now! We’re recruiting for a Permit Technician Assistant.
Why Wednesday: Learn about the city report card and why population growth was not included.
Legal Aid?!?! Law Librarians from the Washington County Law Library will provide research information about legal questions.
Spread the word, please! Homeless resource cards available in English & Spanish.
K-9’s Unite: Meet the owners of Wags Pet Resort Toban Zolman and Cassie Strickler.
We Want Your Leaves: Area residents are encouraged to drop off leaves and donate non-perishable food items.
Jump In! Gamers of all levels unite for double elimination Smash Ultimate and Melee tournaments coordinated by Tigard High School’s Smash Club.
Let’s Get Crafty! Create simple winter crafts to warm the heart.
Makin’ Spirits Bright: Join Parks & Rec for pastries, candy canes and cocoa with Santa.
Each week, we feature a key project facing the city.
Missed Opportunities with the Tigard Police Chief
SPOTLIGHT on the TIGARD 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."
In celebration of our vision, we host a monthly walking event that features different parts of the city. This Saturday, we host the annual Holiday Lights Walk beginning at 6:00 p.m. at Tigard High School. Share your pictures using #TigardWalks.