Frozen in the Heat Celebration / Celebra en la Maravilla de Frozen
June 30, 2021
Join THPRD for a free event with fun activities, music, free giveaways, and an opportunity to give input on the new park features coming to SW Baker & Lombard. Plus, meet your favorite Disney Frozen characters!
Community Meeting New Park at SW Baker / Junta Comunitaria sobre nuevo parque en SW Baker
April 20, 2021
THPRD is holding a Virtual Community Meeting for the upcoming park at SW Baker and Lombard. This meeting is an opportunity for community members to learn more about the new park and provide your input through an online survey.
La Raíz (rrah-ees) Park will be located within Beaverton's Vose neighborhood. The project will develop 2 acres of park along the SW Lombard Ave corridor with access to city bicycle lanes and sidewalks. The site was a previous residence for over 80-years and features beautiful mature trees. THPRD plans to balance the community’s needs for park amenities with the preservation of the mature trees.
This new neighborhood park will mainly serve local community members. Community engagement is a vital part of our planning and design process. THPRD will continue working with community members to keep them informed about the project's development.
* timeline is an approximate estimate
Below you’ll find answers to the questions we get asked the most about this project.
How will I get news and updates about the project?
Throughout the process, we will continue to post updates and ways to get involved on this webpage.
We send public meeting and construction notices to nearby and adjacent community members for all our development projects.
If you would like to receive updates and notices about this project, please join the project’s email list.
Who will be notified of community meetings about the park?
THPRD reaches out to local community members near developing parks to engage them in the park planning process. We often use many ways of reaching out to local community members, such as mail, social media, signs, email lists, and more. We generally target a bigger audience for large community parks, and target a smaller local audience for smaller neighborhood parks. We send public meeting and construction notices to community members living in the surrounding neighborhood.