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City of Tigard

Volunteer Tigard!

Seeking Board & Committee Volunteers
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!

How Can We Help You?
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our community.
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We would like to know how we can help you. Are you experiencing
barriers during this time? Please take a moment to tell us about those.


Are You Able to Volunteer?
Thank you for your interest in helping our community during this unprecedented time. The list below highlights some ways that our community could use support:

Offer Your Services (medical, expertise, advertise)

Donations (monetary, food, PPE)

  • N-95 Respirators/Other Personal Protective Equipment – If you have N-95 respirators that you are willing to donate, the City can distribute those masks to frontline medical staff who are in need.
  • Help our neighbors by donating food and items at the Safeway on 99W in King City. Items needed include: cereal, canned beans, canned vegetables, pasta, pasta sauce, peanut butter, rice, and soap.
  • WashCo Bikes is looking for bike donations of any make, model, size and condition for families, essential works, vets, and seniors in need. WashCo Bikes can pick up your donation from your driveway if you live in Tigard, Tualatin, Beaverton/Washington County area. For questions please contact WashCo Bikes or

    Or, you can drop your bikes at:
    » 1103 SE Lexington Portland, Oregon 97202 - parked bus
    » 137 NE 3rd St Hillsboro Oregon 97124 - bike shop

  • Tigard Tualatin School District
  • Good Neighbor Center
  • Meals on Wheels
  • Oregon Office of Emergency Management
  • Oregon Food Bank
  • Community Action

Volunteer Your Time (limited opportunity and not recommended for high-risk population)

Originally launched as a pilot project from Tigard’s Strategic Plan, Volunteer Tigard! brings community members together to achieve the City's strategic plan goals and respond to community needs.

Volunteer Tigard! is coordinated through the City Manager's Office and made possible by the community members who volunteer their time and energy to improving our community.

Are you interested in upcoming volunteer opportunities?
Complete this brief application to participate or to stay informed about upcoming volunteer opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Ongoing Opportunities

Past Projects

Bike Repair Clinic & Helmet Sale
Date: Friday, March 6, 2020
Description: A small group of volunteers helped to properly fit helmets on children and assist with bike repairs. 120 people attended, 15 bikes were repaired, and 70 helmets were sold.

COMPLETED: Prep for Community Egg Hunt
Date: Monday, February 10, 2020
Description: 12 volunteers assembled thousands of plastic eggs and bags in preparation for Tigard's 5th Annual Community Egg Hunt.

COMPLETED: Project Homeless Connect
Date: Friday, October 4, 2019
Through this one-day, one-stop model we aimed to achieve the following goals:

  • To engage the community to be a part of the effort to end homelessness,
  • To connect Washington County homeless to needed services in a “one-stop” model, and
  • To demonstrate broad community support to those experiencing homelessness in Washington County and to provide human connections to people who feel and are typically alienated.

COMPLETED: Volunteer Opportunity: Street Fair & Latino Festival
Date: Saturday, September 7, 2019
Description: The Tigard Downtown Alliance needs volunteers to help with a wide range of responsibilities. 
How to Participate: Street Fair & Latino Festival - Volunteer Signup 

COMPLETED: Volunteer Opportunity: Fun Run
Date: Saturday, September 7, 2019
Description: Volunteers are needed to assist with with setting up the course and taking down the course. Volunteers are also need to help direct runners during the race. 
How to Participate: Email Kent Wyatt

COMPLETED: Volunteer Opportunity: Born Learning Trail Signs
Check out pictures from the event. 
Location: Cook Park
Description: Volunteers are needed to help with the installation of Born Learning trail signs. The signs offer fun, active learning activities for young children and their families.

COMPLETED: Volunteer Opportunity: Property Cleanup 
Check out pictures from the event.
Description: An 80-year old resident, who is battling health issues, needs help bringing her property into compliance with city code. Volunteers will remove high weeds, grass, and debris around the property.

Staff ContactNicole Hendrix
Nicole Hendrix
Volunteer Tigard

Volunteer @ the Library
Adult Volunteers
Teen Volunteers


We hope to resume this program soon.
Adopt-A-Street is an opportunity for individuals or groups to "adopt" a segment of roadway and agree to keep it clean. This program offers a fun way to meet community members and build teamwork. If interested, please fill out this form.

Volunteer Tigard! Adopt a Street

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