Help shape tomorrow's great places. Metro plans new nature parks and facilities across the region and updates its stewardship strategies for existing natural areas.
Find out about plans to improve paddling access to the Tualatin River. Metro and its partners are studying two Metro natural areas to determine the best place for a new launch site. More
Learn about a new study that will evaluate potential improvements at the Glendoveer Golf Course and Fitness Trail in East Portland. More
Find out how Metro and its partners are working to ensure the health and well-being of the unique habitat at Smith and Bybee Wetlands. An updated plan will guide stewardship of the natural area for the next 20 years.More
At 1,143 acres, Chehalem Ridge is the largest property ever purchased by the Portland region's voter-approved Natural Areas Program. Along with all that land, Metro took on a lot of opportunities. The science team is learning more about the land's forests, streams and habitats, and considering options for public access.More
Explore the trails, natural garden and visitor facilities and enjoy the views and rare habitats at the new Cooper Mountain Nature Park near Beaverton.
The Metro Council is teaming up with governments, businesses, nonprofits and other nature lovers to create the world’s best network of parks, trails and natural areas.
Park providers around the region have identified more than 100 projects that would be prioritized for funding with their share of the bond measure funds. Review the list of proposed local projects.
Learn about the vision for a heritage garden and memorial to honor Chinese workers and asylum patients buried at Lone Fir Cemetery in the 1800s. Find out how you can get involved.