Ribbon-cutting to be held at Bull Mountain Park
It's been a long time coming, but the finish line for Bull Mountain Park is finally in sight.
The neighborhood park in Tigard was created in 2012, after the city used a portion of a voter-approved parks bond to purchase the 10-acre property off Alpine Crest Way. With funding in large part through the Friends of Bull Mountain Park, a nonprofit group formed to champion the development of the park, it has been under construction for more than a year to add trails, a picnic shelter and a "nature play structure."
On Sunday, Oct. 15, the City of Tigard and the Friends of Bull Mountain Park will welcome guests to the park at 13950 S.W. Alpine Crest Way for a 3 p.m. dedication and celebration.After a ceremonial ribbon-cutting, cake and ice cream will be provided.
There will also be live music. Portland-based cover band Two Minds will perform.
On-site parking is extremely limited. Guests are encouraged to bike or walk to the park. Street parking is available in the neighborhood.
Additional funding for park development has come from Metro, the City of Tigard and the Rotary Club of Tigard, as well as several local businesses.