Mountain View Champions Park is the largest project funded by the 2008 Bond Measure. This 21.5-acre community park is located in Aloha, adjacent to Mountain View Middle School. The project is a partnership between THPRD and the Beaverton School District.
Mountain View Champions Park includes the former Lawndale Park property, as well as two synthetic multi-sport fields, a grass baseball/softball field, community gardens, tennis courts, a picnic shelter, parking, restrooms and concessions.
A $1,578,000 capital fundraising campaign supported the construction of additional park amenities for people living with disability, including a 6,500-square-foot inclusive play area and the first sports field in Oregon designed for athletes of all abilities.
The park's name, recommended by an 8-member volunteer committee, pays homage to nearby Mount Williams and Cooper Mountain, the adjacent school, and the many champions who will enjoy inclusive play and/or have contributed to those amenities that will make the site a destination for people of all abilities.
The THPRD board of directors recently approved the use of 2008 bond funds budgeted for a youth athletic field in THPRD's SW quadrant to be used for the possible development of a multi-use sport court at
Mountain View Champions Park. The sport court is anticipated to be located just south of the existing community gardens on a newly acquired property along SW 170th Ave.
THPRD is currently exploring the possibility of this project by researching site conditions, permit requirements, and any construction limitations. This research is expected to be finished by the fall of 2020.