Growth in the Tualatin Valley: South-West Corridor, A community discussion

Monday, April 22nd, 2019 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm

At the Broadway Rose Theatre: 12850 SW Grant Avenue Tigard, OR 97223


The Washington County Museum presents a panel discussion with local experts who delve into the complex topic of growth. Part of a discussion series held at locations around the county, the theme was chosen because it reaches into the lives of everyone in the area. This event will look at the aspects of growth that are most relevant to the SW Corridor such as the MAX line expansion, housing and houselessness, access to nature and transportation.

Area historian Ken Bilderback will guide the conversation with panel members:

Cristina Palacios, Statewide Housing Director, Unite Oregon

Lauren Scott, Community Engagement Coordinator, City of Tigard

Wil Warren, Executive Director, I’m Hooked

Lonnie Martinez, Member of the Tigard Transportation Advisory Committee & Fanno Creek Trail Citizens Advisory Committee

Molly Alloy, Community Engagement Coordinator for the museum notes that “as stewards of Washington County legacy and culture, the Washington County Museum convenes this discussion so we can participate in critical dialogues.” They hope the event can “help the community make sense of the historic changes playing out over the recent past, present and near future.” Join them for this important community conversation!

There is no admission charge for this event and parking is free.  Please see for accessibility and other venue details.