Oregon parks and natural areas mean the world to us.

Our quality of life – the green spaces we’ve protected and connected around our region – is a key reason why people want to live here, why businesses want to grow here, why our economy remains strong, and what makes this such a special place. 

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Over the years, the region’s voters have stepped up for our natural spaces and approved two bond measures to allow Metro to establish a regional parks system and protect habitats. That’s why as our population has nearly doubled in the last three decades, our air quality has improved. The Nature for All bond accrues 19 cents per $1000 of assessed property value for a total of $475 million to continue this work. These dollars stretch from Beaver Creek to the Sandy River and everything in between.


This measure is backed by an ever-growing and broad coalition of conservation groups, social justice and community organizations, elected leaders, and individuals representing working families, health professionals, business owners, and more.