Pioneer Park -- park redevelopment
Project Summary & Public Benefits
Passage of the bond allows for the redevelopment of this existing neighborhood park. Improvements will include updated play equipment, picnic areas, grassy areas, a drinking fountain, site furnishings, better signage and sport court revisions. In addition to pathway improvements, the current pedestrian bridge will be replaced.
Project design considerations will include integrating distinctive, low cost artistic elements, the use of sustainable materials and methods, and low impact development strategies.
Natural areas of the park will also be restored. Please refer to the Pioneer Park -- Natural Area Restoration bond project web page for more information.
Due to delays in aquiring jurisdictional approval, Pioneer Park will be renovated in the summer of 2013.
THPRD received approval from the City of Beaverton Land Use with conditions. Planning staff worked with consultants and the involved jurisdictions to bring the project to the construction document phase, which occured in March 2012.
Staff also worked with environmental consultants and the Department of State Lands to concur on the wetland boundary within the park.
***Please note: All plans are subject to change***
If you have any questions or comments, we want to hear from you. Please contact us using the THPRD Web Contact Form.
Please direct bond project-related comments or questions to Nicole Paulsen at 503/629-6305 or electronically via THPRD's web contact form.