South Hillsboro Parks
The City of Hillsboro is working with Pahlisch Homes, Newland Communities, AKS, and Greenworks to build the first three neighborhood parks in South Hillsboro. These parks will be located in the Rosedale, Butternut Creek, and Reed's Crossing neighborhoods. Additional neighborhood parks and a community park are slated to be built in South Hillsboro in the future, as additional neighborhoods get developed.
Notice for Century Oaks and Butternut Creek Neighborhood Parks
The City and its partners Pahlisch Homes and Hagg Lane LLC celebrated the openings of Century Oaks Park and Butternut Creek Park on June 22. The public was invited to the event and many people learned about the unique partnership that brought these parks to fruition.
While the City and the developers work through a few remaining items to complete the final elements, and then transfer the parks to the City, the parks will remain open. However, because the parks are not yet in the City’s possession, the restrooms at both parks will remain closed, and the spray ground at Butternut Creek Park will remain off. The city and the developers hope to complete the final phases of work and transfer in the coming weeks. We will provide updated information as it becomes available and appreciate the public's patience during this transition period.
Butternut Creek Park - Future Phase
Butternut Creek Park is adjacent to the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) Corridor, which will have a regional trail along the entire length. We are including design elements in the BPA corridor as part of the Butternut Creek Park Master Plan, although some of these potential amenities will be phased in over time. The future development of the BPA Corridor is envisioned to include features like a bike skills course and dog park. Please see below for the location of the park and its master plan.
|Butternut Creek Neighborhood Overall Plan||Butternut Creek Park Master Plan|
Reed's Crossing Neighborhood Park
Reed’s Crossing Neighborhood Park is a fairly open property, with a beautiful old oak tree that will be preserved. The park will be located next to a future elementary school, and will also have a trail connection to the Reed’s Crossing Greenway. This project is tentatively slated to be developed in 2021. The park will feature a looped trail that ties into the larger Greenway trail, as well as a playground, a picnic shelter, a small skatepark, and a bocce court. Please see the its master plan below.
|Reed's Crossing Neighborhood Park Master Plan|
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