Welcome to Terwilliger Parkway, Portland’s unique linear city park!

Terwilliger Parkway North Gateway Sign Dedication July 20, 2012

Read or Subscribe to our Winter 2014 newsletter online, or Read/Print (PDF)

An article about the History of Eagle Point (PDF), and Eagle Point photos.

Update on the Capitol Highway–Terwilliger intersection project, Dec. 2014 (PDF)

PHOTOS of our No Ivy Day 10/25/14 volunteers!

PHOTOS & VIDEO from our Eagle Point Dedication & Social, 9/27/14.

Do you shop at Fred Meyer? Now you can link your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to Friends of Terwilliger! Whenever you use your Rewards Card when shopping at Freddy’s, you’ll help FOT earn a donation from Fred Meyer. If you don’t have a Rewards Card, sign up for one at the Customer Service Desk of any Fred Meyer store. [Learn more & Register]

Help restore Terwilliger Parkway: Join our community Work Parties to rid the parkway of unwanted and invasive plants. We provide the tools, snacks, and instruction to get the job done. You provide the muscles and desire to help one of Portland’s favorite parks. We meet the 3rd Saturday of every month during the Fall, Winter, and Spring. Our next Work Party is scheduled for Feb. 21, 2015.  … [Learn more & View photos]

Terwilliger Parkway is a very safe and family-friendly place! Our Park Rangers remind us, however: “If there is a crime in progress, or if a serious threat or problem is developing, or if there is an emergency, PP&R staff and citizens should call Emergency 9-1-1. • For non-emergency park-related problems or special situations, call the Park Rangers at 503-823-1637. • For dog attacks or other serious situations involving animals, call Multnomah County Animal Control at 503-248-3790 or call Police Non-Emergency at 503-823-3333. • You can also report a park problem online at Park Scan: www.parkscanpdx.org • For park maintenance problems, call 503-823-1600.”

South Gateway Sign project: Preliminary planning and fundraising has begun for a matching Gateway Sign to be located at SW 7th Ave. and Terwilliger Parkway. FOT dedicated the North Gateway Sign in Duniway Park in July 2012 (see photo above). Please contact FOT to get involved in supporting this exciting new project. [Contact]

Fundraising and volunteering: Terwilliger Parkway needs your support. Hands-on participation and financial contributions enable FOT to promote, protect, and enhance the natural beauty of Portland’s jewel. Join us! [Contact] [Donate]

About the Parkway: Terwilliger Parkway is a linear park owned by the City of Portland that winds south from downtown along the west hills. It consists of the road itself and about 100 ft. of land on either side of the road. … [Learn more]

About FOT: Friends of Terwilliger (FOT) started informally about 30 years ago to oppose a proposed apartment complex adjacent to the Parkway. In time it became a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a mission to protect the natural character and scenic beauty of the Terwilliger Parkway corridor. … [Learn more]

Terwilliger Parkway Centennial Festival Kids Run July 22, 2012