Tigard Park Passport to focus on 18 parks
From now until Oct. 31, Tigard Parks & Recreation is giving residents a chance to get to know local parks through its Park Passport Program. The goal is to visit each of the city's 18 parks and look for a Park Passport sign and a corresponding clue.
Those participating are asked to print out a passport book that can be printed by visiting Tigard's city website and searching for the Park Passport Program. Residents who want a hard copy can pick one up at the Fanno Creek House.
"We have seen several submissions come in for the Park Passport so far and we are expecting to see many more come in over the next two months based on the interest we've received for this program," said Marissa Grass, community engagement program coordinator for the Tigard Public Works Department.
Everyone participating is entered into a raffle where they receive a chance to win a gift card from a local Tigard business. Winners will be notified on Nov. 2.
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