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City Adopts $189 Million Budget

The City Council in late June adopted a more than $189 million budget for fiscal year 2020-21, which began on July 1....

Police Chief Outlines Use of Force Policies

In light of increased scrutiny throughout the United States on use of force by police, Tigard Police Chief Kathy McAlpine on June...

Public Safety Briefs: July 2020

Officers respond to attempted carjacking Tigard police officers on July 2 responded to an attempted carjacking at Washington Square...

Tigard News in Brief: June 2020

Former Councilor Nick Wilson Mourned Nick Wilson, who served on the Tigard City Council for a decade, died in his sleep on April 13. He...

Tigard Police Blotter: May 2020

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

Photo Enforcement for Speed Starts in July

"Speed has been identified as a factor in a lot of the crashes along Pacific Highway,” says Lieutenant Neil Charlton of the Tigard Police...

Contrary to Polls’ Prediction, Public Safety Levy Passes

The polls showed that Tigard voters wouldn’t support a property tax increase to hire more police officers. The polls were wrong. Tigard’s public safety levy, which...

Tigard Police Forces are Stretched Thin

Heather Wakem, a Tigard police officer who currently works the graveyard shift, recalled when a woman in the vicinity of Pacific Highway and Hall...

COVID-19 Update: Tigard Police Modify Service

Our thoughts are with our community right now, knowing that this is a challenging time for residents and businesses. The health and safety of our...

Tigard Police Arrest Four Suspects for Narcotics and Firearms

On March 18, 2020, around 11:06 p.m., Tigard Police were dispatched to an incident at 12220 SW Scholls Ferry Road involving a roll-over crash...
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