Parks, Recreation and Nature.
The voters stepped up. And we are following through.
In our neighborhoods. Close to home.
When our community voted in favor of Parks Bond Measure 34-156 last November, it sent a clear message: that despite difficult economic times, local residents place a high value on parks, recreational opportunities, natural areas and open space.
The Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District serves more than 200,000 people in the City of Beaverton and the many fast-growing areas of unincorporated Washington County. You have our word that your bond dollars will be used to make cost-effective investments that will benefit the entire community for generations to come.
With our new, more user-friendly Web site
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Explore this site to learn more about the benefits of the THPRD bond and what it will provide for our community.
And once again, thank you.