To enjoy any of our hundreds of classes, programs, camps and activities, we must first create your account in THPRD's registration database. It requires just a few easy steps.
Step 1: Fill out our Registrant Information Form
You can find a copy of this form at any THPRD center or print a copy here.
- New! You can now apply online. Apply now.
Step 2: Visit any THPRD facility (online applicants may skip to step 3)
Visit our administration office, or any park district facility, to complete the application process. Please bring the following:
- Your completed Registrant Information Form
- Any government-issued photo ID that includes your current address (for example, an Oregon Driver's license, Oregon Identification Card, Consular Identification Card).
- If your government-issued photo ID does not include your current address (for example a passport or out-of-state driver’s license) please provide and additional proof of residency such as a utility bill, bank statement, or rental agreement.
Step 3: Obtain your THPRD Identification Card
If you’re applying in person: Our staff will enter your account information into our database and hand you a temporary card with your THPRD identification number.
If you’re applying online: Your THPRD identification number will be provided when you complete the application.
Once you have your THPRD indentification number, you can begin registering for classes! (Your permanent card will be mailed to your home address.)
To register for classes:
• Use or THPRD identification number to login to myTHPRD.
• Click on “I’m New” to begin using online registration tools.
THPRD reserves the right to verify residency at any time; addresses must be verified every five years. Your card's expiration date can be found by logging on to your myTHPRD account. Replacement charge for lost cards is $5.
Step 4: Verify Residency (for online applicants only)
If you did not complete this step in person during step 2 above, THPRD must still verify your residency.
Before your first scheduled class or league, or after no more than five drop-in activities, please show any government-issued photo ID that includes your current address (for example, an Oregon Driver's license, Oregon Identification Card, Consular Identification Card).
If you cannot verify your residency, you may opt to pay the out-of-district rate or request a prorated refund for your class.
Why do we verify your address?
People who own property or reside within THPRD’s boundaries support our services through property taxes, and are eligible for benefits that include early registration and lower program costs.
Live Out-of District?
People living outside the district boundaries are welcome and encouraged to enjoy the activities and services provided by THPRD. To do so, they must choose from among three options below.
Per Class Premium
Out-of-district residents can participate in most programs, including drop-ins, by paying a 25% premium above the posted adult in-district rate. This option may not be used for facility rentals or affiliated sports leagues.
Resident Assessment Fee
Payment of a quarterly or annual assessment fee will entitle all members of a household to receive in-district rates on all classes, programs, drop-in programs, and frequent user passes.
Quarterly/Annual Assessment Fee schedule
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- Out-of-district residents may pay the annual assessment fee annually, or on a quarterly basis as they register for classes or programs.
- Out-of-district residents are ineligible to receive discounts provided to in-district seniors, youth, miliary families and patrons with special needs.
- Participation in all youth/adult sports leagues, including affiliate programs, requires payment of quarterly or annual assessment fee.
- District residents shall maintain priority registration for classes and programs. Typically, out-of-district registration begins 48 hours after registration opens for district residents.
- Assessment fees can now be paid online. After logging on to myTHPRD, please click Assessments.
The voluntary annexation program allows patrons within the Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District (THPRD) service area to annex their property without having to go through the rigorous and costly jurisdictional process. This one-time process will add you to our taxpayer base and allow you to enjoy all in-district benefits.
This page was last updated on Monday March 30 2015 at 2:54 PM.