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6:30 p.m. at Fanno Creek Service Center 6220 SW 112th Ave
Homeschoolers learn by real-life examples in parks
Next scheduled meeting is November 3.
This is the second and final community outreach event before the preferred master plan goes to the Board for approval.
Daisy Girl Scouts birding expedition.
Fall classes are now beginning; have you registered?
Registration is now open, and many fall classes are filling up quickly. Our fall activities guide is online or available at THPRD facilities.
Sign up today for safe, fun programs at THPRD facilities! We have hundreds of programs for youth, teens and adults.
- New to the district? Learn more about the registration process.
- Frequently asked questions
- "Am I in district?"
Flick 'n Float: Come watch The Lego Movie at Aloha pool
On Saturday, Oct. 4, the Aloha Swim Center will host a Flick 'n Float party at the pool. Come on down, splash around and enjoy The Lego Movie as you float in any approved inner tube or water toy.
The Lego Movie starts at 5 pm. Regular drop-in rates apply.
Sept. 27-28: Don't miss your chance to Wipe-out! This weekend at Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center.
Community meeting set for Oct. 8 to discuss new park
On Oct. 8, THPRD will be holding a neighborhood meeting at 6 pm to discuss the development of a new 20-acre community park adjacent to Mountain View Middle School.
Join us for an overview of the project, presentation of the preferred master plan and the opportunity to provide feedback and ask questions. Additional project information available here.
Commonwealth Lake play equipment vandalized
The rubber walking bridge between two play structures at Commonwealth Lake Park has been vandalized for the second time in the past year.
The play structures remain open; bridge access is blocked at both ends. Know how this happened? Please let us know.
- OregonLive: Vandals ruin rubber play structure bridge
The time is right for native plants; sale returns Oct. 11
The district's Fall Native Plant Sale returns to the Tualatin Hills Nature Park on Saturday, Oct. 11, from 10 am -2 pm.
Select from among more than 100 varieties of plants, trees and shrubs, and get gardening questions answered by our in-house experts and volunteers.
What's new in the park? The answer may surprise you
Several of the district's significant natural areas are being upgraded with unusual new amenities.
As part of a unique bond project -- Nature Revealed: Discovering Nature through Art -- several artists were commissioned to develop installations that encourage visitors to engage with nature. The results are popping up at THPRD parks this fall.
THPRD seeking input on several policies and plans
The district is currently reviewing policies and procedures related to a number of topics, including advisory committees and the Family Assistance Program.
Functional plans are being developed to guide how THPRD acquires, builds and maintains parks, trails, natural areas and athletic fields. We encourage public input in the process.
- Board approves new procedures: patron discounts l non-resident fees.
- Want to learn more or provide input? Visit our section on the recent Comprehensive Plan Update.
Aquatic Center patrons, please excuse our progress
The Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center's north entry (including drop-off area, closest parking bay/ADA parking) will be closed until mid-November for the construction of new entry stairs, ADA parking and an enlarged drop-off area.
Access to the pool will only be available from the south end of the breezeway, near the THPRD Administration Office. >>Details
District meeting schedule
- Nov. 3: 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 Friday September 26 2014 at 9:39 AM.