Bond Measure Projects
Improving parks, protecting natural areas
In fall 2008, voters in the Tualatin Hills Parks and Recreation District approved a $100 million bond to preserve natural areas, develop new trails and trail connections, and upgrade or expand parks and recreational facilities across the district.
From installing playground equipment our children can use today to restoring natural areas our grandkids can enjoy in the future, the projects supported by the bond measure represent the full spectrum of THPRD’s offerings.
Money from the bond measure allows THPRD to save millions of dollars by purchasing land for future parks, trails and facilities at today's lower prices. The bond also makes strategic improvements by building trails to connect neighborhoods, nature and people, and creating a parks system that will truly serve everyone in the community, for years to come.
From this page you will be able to track ongoing and upcoming projects that your bond money is funding, see a list of completed projects, read the latest bond measure news, and read detailed information from annual reports.
The Project Updates & Schedule lists individual projects by category. Review descriptions, costs, updates and photos of ongoing work, as well as plans and meeting notes. <Go
The Completed Projects page has an interactive, sortable list of the district's bond accomplishments thus far. Find projects in your neighborhood, learn about distinct categories, or view by finish date. <Go
THPRD is the largest special park district in Oregon, spanning about 50 square miles and serving more than 220,000 residents in the greater Beaverton area. View quadrant maps of the District by opening links on the right. A complete map of the district is provided here. <Go
The latest bond measure news is also posted here. <Go
To take a more in-depth look at the bond measure, read the brochures in the links “Today’s Needs and Tomorrow’s,” “Bond Measure Background” and “Providing for Our Future.”
Notes from the Citizens Oversight Committee Meetings offer minutes, budget information and other details. We hope you find these reports informative and helpful.
- Click here to view the Bond Oversight Committee's 2012 annual report.
- Click here to view the Bond Oversight Committee's 2011 annual report.
- Click here to view the Bond Oversight Committee's 2010 annual report.
We encourage you to learn how you can participate in the planning process, and to contact us with any questions or concerns. And once again, thank you for your support.