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The City of Tualatin, Oregon Official Website
Individuals, families, and groups are invited to register to Put Down Roots in Tualatin.   The City of Tualatin enjoys many parks, trails, wetlands, and green-ways. One way you keep these areas vibrant is to plant and mulch trees.   NEXT EVENT: Saturday, February 7, 2015 Wetlands Conservancy & City of Tualatin Nyberg Wetlands,...
Preliminary Trail Alignment Map
What is the purpose of this project? The Tualatin River Greenway Gap Completion Project will provide a new bicycle and pedestrian path connecting people with nature while enabling easy

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The City of Tualatin Oregon Official Website
The people of Tualatin have long seen the health of our tree canopy as vital to our sense of well being and as a defining characteristic of our community.
I Love Tualatin
Mayor Ogden presented the State of the City on Thursday, January 29, 2015 at  the Grand Hotel at Bridgeport at a community event with over 200 people in attendance!
City Facilities Study
The City Facilities Study project was identified during previous discussions regarding the conditions of existing city facilities, desires for additional city programs, and concerns regarding space needs for city programs and staff. 
The City of Tualatin, Oregon Official Website
Mayor Lou Ogden, along with the Oregon Mayors Association invite Tualatin students in grades 4-12, including home-schooled students, to participate in the annual "If I Were Mayor..." Cont
2011 Scholarship Winners and Their Families
Future scientists are invited to apply for a Tualatin Science and Technology Scholarship! The City of Tualatin awards scholarships to high school seniors and current college students who lived in Tualatin, will attend an Oregon four-year college or university, and are pursuing a career in science or technology.
Tualatin Tomorrow
The Tualatin Tomorrow Vision Plan Action Update was approved by the City Council in February 2014.  Following seven months of community input and discussion, and a review of over 1,000 ideas, eight major goals were identified and 100 actions have been included into the Vision Action Plan.