Developer Constructed Sites:
Developers have the opportunity to construct amenities approved by THPRD in lieu of paying system development charges (SDC's). This not only helps the developer reduce permit fees, but allows for THPRD parks and recreational amenities to be constructed along with development.
Central Bethany Development:
The Central Bethany Development is a missing portion of the Waterhouse Trail. The section begins just north of West Union Rd. and continues to NW Laidlaw Rd. Construction is currently wrapping up and has an anticipated opening of Spring 2014.
The Timberland community, south of Cornell Rd. near the Barnes Rd. intersection, will be comprised of a neighborhood park, loop trail, boardwalk and splash pad. Construction is currently happening and the amenities are anticipated to open late spring 2014.
Bethany Creek Falls:
Bethany Creek Falls will be the first park development slated for the North Bethany area. Design is underway. THPRD plans to hold a neighborhood meeting in the coming months to receive community feedback. Construction is anticipated to begin in summer 2014. Please check back for more updates.
Forest Glen is a small neighborhood park located off of Murray Blvd. and Wier Rd. This park will have a play area, benches and will be perfect for neighborhood gatherings. Construction is anticipated for summer 2014.
Ridgewood View Park-Resevoir/Pump Station & Park Improvements
The preferred master plan was presented to the THPRD Board of Directors and approved at the April 2013 public meeting. A neighborhood meeting was held on Wednesday, July 10, for the community (especially kids) to attend and provide their preference for the type of play equipment they would like to see at Ridgewood View.
Staff is working to design a play equipment based on feedback as well as navigating all jurisdictional requirements/permits. Additionally, THPRD has successfully vacated street right-of-way on Meade Street.
The Tualatin Valley Water District (TVWD) is working on a project to improve the reliability of the water supply for public use and fire protection serving the West Hills area. TVWD and THPRD are partnering in hopes of combining the Hyde Park reservoir and Ingleood reservoir at THPRD's Ridgewood View Park. The project will include a newly-constructed reservoir and pump station as well as park restoration and improvements.
The approved master plan is available for viewing in the Document Center on the right side of this page. Staff anticipates construction to begin on the reservoir and pump station in Fall 2014. Click here to view the TVWD project page for additional project details.
Please note: All plans are subject to change. If you have any questions please contact Nicole Paulsen at email@example.com or 503/629-6305.
Graf Meadows Trail
To improve neighborhood connectivity, THPRD will be constructing a trail to connect two sections of the Graf Meadows residential subdivision. Despite their proximity, the two neighborhoods are divided by a wetland that is impassable a majority of the year. The construction of this hard-surface trail, connecting NW Graf Street and NW Bernietta Court, will allow for safe, year-round passage between the two neighborhoods.
The THPRD Board of Directors approved the Graf Meadows Trail Master Plan on January 14, 2013. Staff will now be working with governing agencies to obtain permits. Construction is anticipated to begin in Summer 2014. You can view the trail alignment under Document Center on the right side of this page.
Please note: All plans are subject to change. If you have any questions or comments about this project please contact Nicole Paulsen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503.629.6305.
Westside Trail, Segment #18-Rock Creek Trail to Bronson Creek Trail
THPRD held the first neighborhood meeting for Westside Trail Segment 18 on December 12, 2012. Staff presented the preliminary trail alignment to neighbors and answered questions. You can view the preliminary trail alignment under 'Document Center' on the right side of this page. Based on site contstraints and neighborhood input Staff and consultants refined the alignment and presented the preferred master plan alignment to the THPRD Board of Directors. The board of directors approved the master plan on February 4, 2013. Staff will now begin working with governing agencies to obtain permits.
In 2008, THPRD applied to Metro for Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program (MTIP) funds to assist in the design and construction of a ¾-quarter mile section of the Westside Trail, Segment #18. In 2009, THPRD was awarded $2,399,337 for the project. A portion of the funds became available in October 2011 for master planning and design development (preliminary engineering). THPRD staff worked closely with ODOT staff to select David Evans & Associates (DEA) as the design consultant for the project. The master planning, designing and permitting is expected to take 30 months to complete. Construction of the trail is anticipated to be completed by the end of 2015.
The project marks the first step in completing the Westside Regional Trail north of US Highway 26. The project will construct a ¾-mile section of the Westside Regional Trail between the Rock Creek Trail and the future Bronson Creek Trail, connecting the District’s Kaiser Woods and Hansen Ridge (formerly Kaiser Ridge) Parks in THPRD’s northwest service area. Located in the power line corridor between NW Springville Road and NW Kaiser Road, the 10’ wide proposed trail will also provide connections to adjacent neighborhoods along the corridor.
Please note: all plans are subject to change. If you have any questions or comments about this project please contact Nicole Paulsen at email@example.com or 503.629.6305.
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For further information about these, or any other Planning & Development projects, please contact the Planning Department at (503) 629-6305.
This page was last updated on Monday February 24 2014 at 9:16 AM.