Participation Organization 4B (CPO-4B)
A Washington County
We have switched our meeting location to the Alberta Rider Elementary School
on 133rd Avenue,
just off of Bull Mountain Road.
you have an idea for a future CPO-4B Meeting topic? Click here
to see the topics we’re considering.
Then send an email to the address below to share your idea or to express
support for one of the suggested topics.
CPO-4B Bull Mountain Governance Committee’s “Study of Governance
Options for Unincorporated
can still be seen on our Governance Study
page. Even after the November
7, 2006 election, where incorporating as a new city
was narrowly defeated, the CPO-4B “Study of Governance Options for Unincorporated Bull Mountain”
is still a very valid study for the area.
CPO-4B is one of approximately 17 CPOs in Washington County,
Oregon. We are a group of citizens united by geographic location, and
organized to facilitate effective citizen involvement in the planning and
development of matters affecting the quality of life and livability of the Bull
Mountain/Tigard community. We are a
place where issues can be discussed in a comfortable forum; where you can meet
neighbors who are interested in your community; where you can get unbiased
information; and where you can find neighbors who will listen to your concerns
and work with you to find solutions.
We are a public organization open to all. We operate within the guidelines of our Bylaws and Oregon Public Meetings Laws. Our Officers include a Chair,
Vice-Chair, and Secretary/Treasurer, chosen from among our large Steering
General Meetings are normally held the First
Thursday of each month from 7:00 to 9:00 pm at Alberta Rider
Elementary School in Tigard.
The agenda for the next meeting and our monthly newsletter are posted
about two weeks in advance of the meeting.
here for details.
Committee Meetings are normally held the second Thursday of each month at the fire station on Burnham Street in
of our meetings are open to the public.
Membership includes all of voting
age who reside in, own property in, or own or operate a business within the
boundaries of CPO-4B Bull
Mountain /Tigard. CPO-4B Bull Mountain
/Tigard members include residents of cities and unincorporated areas per the attached
map. If you live or own/operate a business within our boundaries, you are
already a member! You simply need
to sign in at a meeting or send us contact information to be added to our
mailing list for monthly meeting updates. Please specify if you would prefer a
U.S. Mail newsletter or the on-line version.
Contact Us by U.S.
Bull Mountain/Tigard Boundary Area
16200 SW Pacific Hwy.,
our Latest CPO-4B Newsletter On-Line
the City of Tigard's Official Website
Tigard’s Fees and Charges
Tigard’s Monthly Message from Mayor Dirksen
Tigard’s City Council Meeting Dates & Agendas
Washington County's Official Website
Washington County Board of Commissioners Meeting Dates & Agendas
Washington County's Comprehensive Plan, Including the Bull Mountain Community
Washington County’s Political Sign Criteria
Washington County’s Requirements for Neighborhood Meeting Mailings
Washington County's Land Use Ordinances
Washington County’s Land Development Process Brochure-Part 1
Washington County’s Land Development Process Brochure-Part 2
Washington County’s “Intermap” Site for Details About Your
Washington County’s Fee Schedule for Development Services
Washington County’s “Summary of Procedure Types” for
Washington County Historical Records
Visit Metro’s Official Website
Council Meeting Dates & Agendas
View Metro’s Title XI (UGB
Visit the State of Oregon’s Official
View the Oregon State Constitution
View the State of Oregon’s
“Sex Offender Inquiry System” to See Who’s Living In Your
Find Your State and Federal
Visit the Website of the League of Oregon
Visit the “Drive
Less-Save More” Website for Information on Trip Chaining to Reduce
Traffic and Save Money
Visit the Carpool Match Northwest Website
for Information on How to Find a Carpool Buddy
Visit the Website of the I-5 to 99W Connector
Visit the Site of OSU
Extension Service, who Coordinates the CPO program for Washington County
Visit the Tualatin Riverkeepers
Riverkeepers’ “Field Guide to Erosion Prevention & Sediment
2” “Part 3” “Part 4”
View a Map
of Oregon Counties