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Winter registration begins this Saturday
Start browsing the winter/spring activities guide, because winter registration begins on Saturday at 8 a.m. for district residents. Printed copies of the guide are available at all THPRD facillities.
Smoking ban wins board approval, effective Feb. 1
A proposal to make THPRD parks, trails, natural areas and facilities smoke-free received unanimous approval from THPRD's Board of Directors on Dec. 9.
The ban – prohibiting “inhaling, exhaling, burning or carrying any lighted or heated tobacco or other non-tobacco legal/illegal smoking substance” on district property -- will go into effect Feb. 1.
Support holiday drive at all facilities through Dec. 20
From now until Dec. 20, we encourage patrons to support our holiday drive to benefit residents of the St. Mary's Home for Boys, and local families in need. Each facility will have a "giving tree" with tags specifying items in need, ranging from toys and clothing to gift cards for gas or utility assistance.
Beaverton Swim Center reopens after upgrades
The Beaverton Swim Center has reopened for lap swim, fitness and open swim. >>December schedule
A full class schedule will resume in January. The pool was closed for three months for the completion of seismic upgrades and other improvements. Call 503/629-6312 for more information.
- Browse winter classes at Beaverton Swim Center.
Bond project renders six-mile stretch of Westside Trail
Construction of three missing segments of the Westside Trail has been completed, and a mostly continuous six-mile trail section is now open for public use.
The $4.1 million project, funded by the 2008 bond measure, added 1.5 miles of new hard-surface trail, including a challenging span that extends the trail over Mount Williams.
Redeveloped parks open at A.M. Kennedy, Vista Brook
Major redevelopment projects at A.M. Kennedy Park and Vista Brook Park, funded by THPRD’s 2008 voter-approved bond measure, have been completed.
Both neighborhood parks are now open. Check them out! They offer many new amenities for your enjoyment.
Trails! Trails! Trails! THPRD unveils updated new guide
The Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District has updated its popular trails map and added a new nature section to help walkers, runners and bicyclists enjoy pathways across its 50-square-mile service territory.
The new map -- partially funded by a grant from the Washington County Visitors Association -- is available free at THPRD facilities, events and other Beaverton-area sites.
- Print your own copy of the new trails guide (PDF)
More information about THPRD trails
For first time in 58 years, THPRD phasing in new logo
This doesn’t happen every day ... at least not at THPRD. On Oct. 14, the THPRD Board of Directors unanimously approved a fresh new logo to better reflect the district's diverse community and services.
The first major logo overhaul since the founding of THPRD in 1955 is being implemented gradually.
- Oregon Live: THPRD rolls out new logo
- Dec. 9: Regular Meeting of the THPRD Board of Directors
- Click here to access the full list of board and committee meetings.
This page was last updated on Tuesday December 10 2013 at 2:02 PM.