Welcome to Tigard
Convenient and suburban, this city offers many sought-after luxury homes.
With a population of about 50,000, the city of Tigard, located just south of Portland in southeastern Washington County, is home to a variety of parks, a strong school system, and several premier shopping destinations.
Situated on the banks of the Tualatin River, Tigard is a great spot for outdoor recreation, offering access to a range of bike and pedestrian trails as well as several wetlands and ponds, an oak forest, and the flowered landscape of the Tupling Butterfly Garden.
This community is also devoted to the arts and is home to the Broadway Rose Theatre Company, the only professional musical theater company in the region.
A historic and walkable downtown offers unique shopping, eating, and drinking establishments, and annual summer events like the Tigard Festival of Balloons attract visitors regularly. The John Tigard House, a restored 1880 Queen Anne home, serves as the town museum.
What to Love
- Offering a variety of parks and several premier shopping destinations
- Features a strong school system
- A historic, walkable downtown that’s home to many attractions
This small suburban town is often called Oregon’s most livable city. The vibe here is very low-key, and you’ll find a range of homes here, from modest to opulent.
Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping
Bridgeport Village is a popular outdoor shopping destination in Tigard. Recognized for its open-air design and various world-famous stores and boutiques, this retail hotspot is also home to the largest Regal IMAX Theatre in Oregon.
This Main Street section of Tigard is a lively blend of modern city amenities and small-town spirit. With its international blend of restaurants, designer shops, and a seasonal farmers market, this walkable destination offers a little bit of something for everyone.
Considered the Pacific Northwest’s premier shopping center, this retail epicenter features top-tier stores, including Nordstrom, Apple, lululemon, Amazon Books, and Pottery Barn, plus restaurants and entertainment options like Din Tai Fung, The Cheesecake Factory, 85C Bakery Cafe, Nordstrom Marketplace Cafe, and Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill.
Boasting 170,000 square feet of property, this sports-focused destination features year-round recreation for individuals and families alike. Join a sports league, swim laps in the Junior Olympic pool, drop the kids off for after-school programs and enjoy the latest in fitness, group exercise, and mind-body classes.
Things to Do
A 79-acre riverside park on the banks of the Tualatin River is the largest park in town and a popular destination for sports and family picnics. Here you’ll also find a boat ramp, wetlands, wooded areas, and a butterfly garden.
This yearly hot air balloon event is an all-day affair featuring a pre-dawn morning launch, afternoon shopping at the craft and vendor booths, lunch and snacks from local food vendors, and thrilling carnival rides and games.
Fanno Creek Trail is a regional trail that extends from Tualatin to Portland, passing through Tigard, Beaverton, and unincorporated Washington County. You’ll find a paved, multi-use pathway for walkers, runners, bicyclists, and nature enthusiasts here.
This nine-hole executive public golf course is nestled among cozy homes in the hamlet of King City. Built in 1966 as one of the many amenities for this 55+ retirement community, the grounds are enjoyed by both residents and non-residents alike.
The Tigard-Tualatin School District serves part of the suburban Portland metropolitan area in Oregon, including the cities of Tigard, Tualatin, Durham, and King City, as well as the unincorporated communities of Metzger and Bull Mountain.