October 15, 2018 - Posted in:
News Release, Public Participation, Accessibility, Adaptive Recreation, Administration, Advisory Committees,
Aquatics, Design & Development, Parks, Public Meetings, Social Equity, Sports, Volunteers
Calling all park lovers, community enthusiasts and big idea generators: Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District needs your voice.Join one of the three Advisory Committees and help create lasting change in your parks and programs
THPRD renews holiday giving drive for those in need
November 27, 2017 - Posted in:
Events, News Release, Public Participation, Administration,
Aquatics, Beaverton School District, Social Equity
THPRD is once again working with the Beaverton School District and other community partners to create a brighter holiday season for those in need in the Beaverton area. The district will collect toys, clothing and other items for selected families and homeless children; it will also collect personal hygiene products and linens for the Union Gospel Mission LifeChange Center for Women & Children.
September 21, 2017 - Posted in:
Events, News Release,
The Aloha Swim Center is the site of THPRD's next Dive-In Movie on Saturday, Oct. 7, at 5:30 pm. Dive-In Movies combine two great pastimes – swimming and a trip to the movies – all for the cost of a drop-in swim.
Before the Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center closes for its second phase of scheduled renovations, the pool will host just the third installment ever of THPRD’s popular Doggie Paddle. The canine-only open swim will be held on Sunday, Aug. 20, 4-6 pm.
Aquatic Center to get new roof; closure begins August 1
July 28, 2016 - Posted in:
Maintenance, News Release, Planning and Development,
Aquatics, Closures, Design & Development
The Tualatin Hills Aquatic Center, the largest of THPRD's eight swimming pools, will close on Aug. 1, so that the facility’s roof and structural roof deck can be replaced. Work is expected to be completed at the end of November.
Hannah recently completed her first Baby & Me class at THPRD’s Sunset Swim Center. Our class met 10 times – twice per week for five weeks – this spring. It was time well spent. Here are a few things we enjoyed:
In an achievement that took 10 years but significantly reduced employee injuries in the process,THPRD has graduated from a prestigious safety program run by the Oregon division of the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).