Land swap in River Terrace

Here are where the land parcels are that Metro hopes to swap out. 

In its first-ever “land swap,” Metro agreed Thursday, Feb. 2, to allow Tigard to move forward with the next phase of River Terrace, two years ahead of schedule, by expanding Tigard’s urban growth boundary.

On Thursday, the Metro Council approved Tigard’s River Terrace 2.0 — 500 acres of land near Southwest Roy Rogers Road, between Scholls Ferry and Beef Bend roads — for urban development.