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TIGARD

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With a population of about 50,000, Tigard, located 10 miles south of Portland, is a bustling city with a thriving community devoted to arts and culture, history and recreation. Tigard, which was once known as Tigardville, was named after Wilson Tigard, patriarch to one of the early families of settlers. Today, Tigard offers some of the best shopping in Oregon and a top-notch community theatre.

 

No community in Washington County would be complete without a festival, and Tigard is no exception. Summertime brings an array of festivities such as the Festival of Balloons, held each June, and the Fourth of July fireworks celebration.

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$648K

Median Listing Home Price

$298

Median Price Per Square Foot

$583K

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Top Neighborhoods: Bull Mountain, Progress Ridge, River Terrace

Exploring Tigard

A LOCAL'S GUIDE

Top Places to Explore in Tigard

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Eat & Drink in Downtown Tigard

The Main Street of Tigard is a place to explore all on its own. For a great meal, check out one of the many restaurants along the strip. Bailey’s Burger Shop is favorite for classic burgers, fries, chilidogs and more. Tigard Taphouse has a great beer selection, light bites all served on one of the best dog-friendly patios around. Cooper Mountain Ale Works brews hard to find beers and serves a variety of classic pub fare and pizza. Swing by Senet Game Bar where you can play board games while enjoying a tasty beverage and a meal with friends and family.

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Play at Cook Park

Cook Park is conveniently located near Tigard High School on the banks of the Tualatin River. The 79-acre park has more than 2.5 miles of hard and soft-surface trails, a butterfly garden, river access, wetland areas, picnic tables, park shelters, playgrounds and restrooms. Bring a canoe or kayak, or rent one here from the Tualatin Riverkeepers during the summer months. The park is also home to the annual Tigard Festival of Balloons, where hot air balloons, carnival games and vendor booths celebrate the community. Address: 17005 SW 92nd Ave, Tigard, OR 97224

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Shop at Washington Square Mall

Washington Square Mall is Oregon’s premier shopping center with four major department stores, including Oregon’s largest Nordstrom, and more than 170 specialty stores. Visitors will enjoy tax-free shopping, ample free parking and many dining options including Din Tai Fung, Ezell’s Famous Chicken and 85C Bakery Café.

Address: 9585 SW Washington Square Rd, Portland, OR 97223

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Walk or Bike the Fanno Creek Trail

Stretching between three cities—Beaverton, Tigard and Tualatin over 18.6 miles—the Fanno Creek Trail provides opportunities to connect with nature on the trail and downtown charm. There are many entry points onto the Fanno Creek Trail, including from Main Street in downtown Tigard. At Tigard’s Main Street and Grand Avenue, you will find an interpretive panel and map to help you both learn about the Fanno Creek Trail. Before hitting the trail, head to Symposium Coffee for a handcrafted local coffee. What’s my suggestion? Try a lavender latte made with house-made hazelnut milk for a smooth, soothing and delicious caffeine buzz.

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