Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District

Welcome to THPRD


Public Meeting
Trails Functional Plan Open House
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Wildflowers and Wine
Hike and explore at Cooper Mountain
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Regular Meeting of the Board of Directors
7 p.m. at the HMT Recreation Complex, Dryland Meeting Room.
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Brownie Day: The Wonders of Water at Greenway Park
Brownies, earn your water badge!
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Budget Committee Meeting
6:30 p.m. at the HMT Recreation Complex, Dryland Meeting Room.
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Summer registration is now open!

http://www.thprd.org/activities/activityguide.cfmSign up for the summer of THPRD! Keep your kids active, engaged and having fun all summer long. Browse hundreds of classes and camps now! Summer registration is now open.

Summer classes will fall under the terms of our new cancellation/refund policy. Take a look!

Open House: Trail users, we need your feedback!

As part of the ongoing Functional Plan Review, the park district will hold an open house on Tuesday, April 28 (6-7:30 pm), to provide residents an opportunity to review and comment on the proposed Trails Functional Plan.

This plan will guide the district’s oversight of existing and future trail alignments, construction, and development priorities.

Want to learn more about the Functional Plan Review? Visit our section on the Comprehensive Plan Update.

Try-it! again ... three months for just $99

Group fitness has never been easier! The district's new Deluxe Pass gives group fitness users the freedom to drop in to any class, any time, at any THPRD facility. Did we mention ... free daycare?

Enjoy unlimited yoga, Pilates, BodyPump, aqua fitness and more! Our promotional rate -- three months for just $99 -- is available through April 30.

Get your green at Spring Native Plant Sale, April 25

More than 150 varieties of plants, shrubs and trees will be available at the Tualatin Hills Nature Center's annual Spring Native Plant Sale, April 25.

From 10 am - 2 pm, shop, get advice from our knowledgeable staff and stop by a resource fair to learn more about the benefits of native planting.

Celebrating 60 years of service: 1955-2015

On March 4, 1955, voters approved a tax-supported park district in Beaverton. A successul two-year campaign, spearheaded by Elsie Stuhr (third from left), was instrumental in the successful vote. It wasn't long before ground was broken on the district's first facility, the Beaverton Swim Center.

District meeting schedule

  • May 4: Regular Meeting of the THPRD Board of Directors
  • Click here to access the full list of board and committee meetings.

This page was last updated on Tuesday April 21 2015 at 10:59 AM.

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