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Willamette Meridian Line, an important survey marker in Tualatin

Dog-walkers and joggers who traverse the Tualatin River Greenway along the Tualatin River behind the Stonesthrow Apartments often don’t even notice a 10-foot-tall piece...

Council hears proposal to alter term limits policy

Barely five years after Tualatin voters placed term limits on city council members, some now want to see that policy loosened. But only just.  A...

Tualatin Police Blotter: June 2021

This information is provided by the Tualatin Police Department and represents a partial log of calls received by the department last month. The Department’s...

Welcome back to the Juanita Pohl Center!

After more than 14 months of remaining closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Juanita Pohl Center, Tualatin’s Active Aging Center, re-opened its doors...

Summer Reading at Tualatin Public Library

Summer’s here, and that means it’s time for Summer Reading at Tualatin Public Library!  This year, Tualatin Library is challenging readers of all ages to...

State of the City: Busy

“It takes a village” is a common expression used for raising children, but the same could be said for Mayor Frank Bubenik’s 2021 virtual...

Tigard, Tualatin, Sherwood joining to expand mental health response team

Tigard, Tualatin and Sherwood police departments will bolster their response to people in mental health crisis in the coming year after the three cities...

How many drops can you save, Tualatin?

Have you noticed that it’s been a little dry lately? While we’ve enjoyed the warmth and sunshine, it turns out that the Portland-Metro area...

Tualatin residents to enjoy new City Services Building

Tualatin residents can now access a wide range of City services from the convenience of a single, brand new facility located at the corner...

Tualatin to Institute Parks Maintenance Fee

Tualatin residents will soon be paying a little more on their monthly utility bill to fund the maintenance of aging parks facilities.  The Tualatin City...
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