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Tualatin News in Brief: January 2021

TVF&R Moves Logistics Operations to Tualatin Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue’s Logistics Division announced it has moved into a...

More Mental Health Resources Needed for Police, Officials Say

Many cities across the United States continue to grapple with the fallout of the killing of Minneapolis man George Floyd by police...

Tualatin Holds First-Ever Holiday Lights Parade

Red and blue lit the streets; sirens blaring in the distance. Is someone in trouble with the police? No! It’s Tualatin’s first-ever...

Winter Events to Keep Us Connected

The City of Tualatin’s Parks & Recreation Department has been hard at work to come up with creative ways to bring joy...

Tualatin 2020 City Council Candidates

This month we gave each of the four candidates for three open city council seats the opportunity to answer two questions:

COVID-19 + Halloween: How Tualatin Responds

It’s that time of year again. When the leaves begin to change color, pumpkins come fresh off the patch and Halloween is...

City Evaluates Changes to Marijuana Business Regulations

Six years after Oregon voters legalized the recreational sale and use of cannabis, cities around the state continue to tinker with various...

Council Keeps Grant Funding Local

The Tualatin City Council is determined to keep its limited nonprofit grant money as close to home as possible this year. 

Transportation Bond Projects Continue to Advance

Tualatin’s 2018 transportation safety bond program continues to make progress toward safer pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure, with a recent string of project...

Mayor’s Corner – October 2020

We are getting ready to launch a series of community conversations about our Police Department’s use of force policies this fall and...
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