Founded in 1852 by Wilson M. Tigard and centrally located between Highway 217, Highway 99 and I-5, Tigard is an ideal home base in the greater Portland area.
Bursting with more than 452 acres of parks, greenways and natural areas, a distinction as “Tree City USA” for 11 consecutive years, and a Festival of Balloons that launches from Cook Park drawing more than 20,000 visitors annually, this beautiful city is the perfect place for outdoor family fun.
Seasonal offerings include the Fall Apple Harvest Festival and Homecoming Parade, Victorian Christmas at John Tigard House (National Historic Registry), a winter tree lighting ceremony, and an impressive Fourth of July fireworks display at Tigard High.
Enjoy shopping at nearby Bridgeport Village and Washington Square centers, stroll through Tigard’s vibrant Farmer’s Market, or take in a play by Oregon’s largest professional nonprofit musical theater company, The Broadway Rose.
Hungry? Get a taste of the city’s varied cuisine, from local favorite restaurants Maki (Japanese), Shiraz (Persian), Gustav’s (German), Native Foods (vegan), Pacific Breeze(Thai/Vietnamese) and Taqueria La Fuente (Mexican). Wander the streets of quaint Old Town or take a quick scenic trip up the road to Oregon’s celebrated wine country.
Your family will thrive here, where there’s something for everyone and you’re never far from more. Call us today to experience all Tigard has to offer.