Late Night in Tigard with Mayor Snider

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

Consultation has concluded

Tigardians of the Galaxy. Tigard On. And Now, Late Night in Tigard!

The Mayor's State of the City Address has become one of the most anticipated events of the year in Tigard. For the last two years, the event sold out weeks in advance.

‘Late Night in Tigard’ is a family-friendly event. You will learn about your city via an opening monologue by Mayor Jason Snider, a Top Ten list of Tigard Fun Facts, interviews with community leaders, and ‘But Why’ where kids ask questions of the Mayor. And, there’s more—the house band will be musicians from Tigard High School.

Reserve your seat now!

Tigardians of the Galaxy. Tigard On. And Now, Late Night in Tigard!

The Mayor's State of the City Address has become one of the most anticipated events of the year in Tigard. For the last two years, the event sold out weeks in advance.

‘Late Night in Tigard’ is a family-friendly event. You will learn about your city via an opening monologue by Mayor Jason Snider, a Top Ten list of Tigard Fun Facts, interviews with community leaders, and ‘But Why’ where kids ask questions of the Mayor. And, there’s more—the house band will be musicians from Tigard High School.

Reserve your seat now!

Consultation has concluded
  • Sheila Greenlaw-Fink

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

    Executive Director, Community Housing Fund

    What's your favorite late-night talk show?

    The Late Show with Stephen Colbert

    (Complete the sentence) I'll be happy that I attended 'Late Night in Tigard' if..

    I get the usual dose of inspiration for the future, based on all that Tigard has accomplished in the past year.

    What's you 'aha' moment when you felt part of the community?

    Years ago, participating in the Vision process (late 90's) the community's willingness to look holistically at who was being served, and who was being left out?with a full focus on housing and homeless issues.

    Since my daughter attended the Learning Tree on Hall Blvd., when I picked her up for a lunch date, grabbed a happy meal at McDonalds, and brought it to eat outside be Fanno Creek watching the nutria before stopping in the library to grab a bag full of books.

    I lived in Garden Home, but my family's daily life was often centered in the community I worked in. Now my daughter is in her 20's, and working in a university library part-time. But I like to think it all started back then, when she was a toddler. She loves all libraries, but the Tigard Library was her first crush

    Mayor Snider is committed to 'getting out of city hall and into your neighborhood.' What neighborhood or community events would you like to see the City of Tigard represented?

    CPAH's Neighborhood Watch events this summer


  • Megan De Salvo

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

    Tigard Chamber Board Chair, Tigard-Tualatin Relay for Life Chair, Co-Owner of Edge One Media

    What’s your favorite late-night talk show?

    Now: The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon or The Late Late Show with James Corden (Love some Carpool Karaoke)

    Growing up: David Letterman (Until I saw his show LIVE and in person)

    (Complete the sentence) I’ll be happy that I attended ‘Late Night in Tigard’ if….

    You mention that the Tigard Tualatin Relay for Life won a nationwide award from the American Cancer Society in 2018 or anything about our event in July really! :)

    Editor's Note: It's a great event. Check it out.

    What’s your ‘aha’ moment when you felt part of the community?

    Joining the Tigard Chamber of Commerce nearly 8 years ago and getting involved in the Tigard / Tualatin Relay for Life shortly after.

    (Complete the sentence) The one thing that I’ve always wondered about the City of Tigard is…

    How do they plan to support future growth for families who want BIG backyards and a nice size home.

    Mayor Snider is committed to “getting out of city hall and into your neighborhood.” What are neighborhood or community events where you’d like to see the City of Tigard represented?

    The Tigard Tualatin Relay for Life July 13th and 14th at Fowler Middle School in Tigard!

  • Hillsboro Mayor Steve Callaway

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

    What’s your favorite late-night talk show?
    PBS Newshour. I’m old and now that’s late night for me.

    (Complete the sentence) I’ll be happy that I attended ‘Late Night in Tigard’ if….
    i get to say hi to Kent!

    What’s you ‘aha’ moment when you felt part of the community?
    I don’t live in Tigard but when I walked with my 2 y/o grandson from his house to summerlake Park I felt very connected to this special place that he frequents almost daily.

    (Complete the sentence) The one thing that I’ve always wondered about the City of Tigard is…
    who was Phil Lewis. There used to be a school named after him (by 217/72nd Avenue) that was torn down years ago.

  • Natalie Offenbecher

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

    What’s your favorite late-night talk show? Jay Leno!

    (Complete the sentence) I’ll be happy that I attended ‘Late Night in Tigard’ if…. I laughed!

    What’s you ‘aha’ moment when you felt part of the community?
    Still trying to figure that one out. As a full-time working, 20-something without kids, sometimes I don't quite feel like there's a place for me, especially in terms of volunteering.


  • Kelly Burgoyne

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

    What’s your favorite late-night talk show?

    Jimmy Fallon – especially when Justin Timberlake is on the show with him!

    What’s your ‘aha’ moment when you felt part of the community?

    So, I don’t live in Tigard, but am an employee of Tigard – I guess my “aha” moment was when I had facilitated my second Fireside Chat with Former Mayor Cook, and the regular attendees had already learned my name and welcomed me back by name - and then later on, when the Mayor was answering questions about current transportation issues facing Tigard and I was familiar with his responses. I thought to myself..”hey, I know this!”

    Mayor Snider is committed to “getting out of city hall and into your neighborhood.” What are neighborhood or community events where you’d like to see the City of Tigard represented?

    So, while I don’t live in a Tigard neighborhood, I’m familiar with the ice cream socials the city use to do in neighborhoods when I first started here. It was a really cool idea and I thought to myself at the time – why aren’t other communities doing this? I think it would be a great idea for the Mayor and/or City Councilors to do this a couple times throughout the spring/summer.

  • Carol Krager

    Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Linkedin Email this link

    What’s your favorite late-night talk show?
    Trevor Noah on replay.

    (Complete the sentence) I’ll be happy that I attended ‘Late Night in Tigard’ if….
    I laugh so hard I have wine coming out my nose.

    What’s you ‘aha’ moment when you felt part of the community?
    I was on a Natural Resources citizen committee years ago and while the council at that time did not put many of our suggestions in place (OK, we asked for 25-foot buffers around creeks…), I felt like I was at least being asked about something very important to me and I was heard.

    (Complete the sentence) The one thing that I’ve always wondered about the City of Tigard is… why can’t we have design standards along 99? It’s kind of like our front yard.

    Mayor Snider is committed to “getting out of city hall and into your neighborhood.” What are neighborhood or community events where you’d like to see the City of Tigard represented?
    I get together with several of my neighbors frequently for dinners, plays, movies, etc. I’d like to put together a block party or dinner and invite the mayor.