Tigard Portland Neighborhood Guide

Moving to Tigard, Oregon

Moving to Tigard Oregon

The reasons people have for moving to new cities and neighborhoods are aplenty. Some of them do so because of jobs while some might move to just enjoy a change of scenery. Most people, who move to Tigard OR, do so for the quality of schools in this town.

Interestingly, the progress the school system in Tigard has shown over the years also has a lot to do with the number of new people moving into the town. So in a unique manner, this improvement has become somewhat of a self-fulfilling prophecy and a positive one at that. If you are thinking of moving to Tigard OR, read on.

Graduation ceremony at Tigard High School

About Tigard Oregon

Tigard, a town that houses about 47,000 people, was established in 1961. It has the style and charm of the sixties and yet the amenities it offers people are at par with any other modern city in the United States. Geographically speaking, Tigard is located south of Beaverton and is just a twenty-minute drive away from downtown Portland. As it turns out, a lot of people who tend to relocate to Portland for work also have the option of moving to Tigard OR if they have their own cars.

Tigard offers the perfect mix of established and much older neighborhoods and new developments which offer prime housing opportunities for interested parties. About 75% of the homes in Tigard are family owned but the scope for rentals and single apartments is not diminished.

Towns Surrounding Tigard OR

Some of the best options for new movers in Tigard OR are based around the much sought after Bull Mountain area. King City, a small community area based between Tigard and Tualatin, was originally established as a retirement community with guidelines against letting out permanent plots to young people. Since then, the rules have changed and the once quiet and dormant town now offers excellent housing for people of all ages. The King City golf course and the nearby Washington Square mall make it an excellent place to raise a family.

A Small But Exciting Town

Tigard is not a sleepy, quiet town. Every June, the hot air balloon festival draws enthusiasts from all around North America. Hoisted from the Cook park area, these balloons can be seen scattered all over the skyline at this time of the year. The Tigard-Tualatin School District, located in Sandburg Street, is one of the best in the region and it is also one of the biggest reasons families decide to move to Tigard OR. For families with kids, Tigard also has over 300 acres of green recreational area. Metzger Park is one of the more popular parks in the city.

Plan Your Move To Tigard

If you are planning to move to Tigard OR, you need to get in touch with a good realtor who knows everything about the town and is kept abreast of the developments in the new housing areas in and around Tigard.

Once you have zeroed in on a plot, get in touch with Priority Moving so that you and your family can make the smoothest transition into your new city and neighborhood.


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