Parks and Recreation

Due to the recent heavy rain the city has decided to temporarily close the dog park in an effort to protect the new grass and avoid a muddy mess.  Please check back for future updates on when the dog park will reopen.

Providing and preserving Sherwood Parks and Open Space enhances the desirability of our area as well as contributing to the safety and health of our residents. Parks and Open Space are an investment in the future well-being of individuals and groups as well as the continued viability of our community. ~ Parks Vision statement

If you would like to reserve a shelter for your next function, please call Public Works at 503 625-5722 and we will be glad to schedule that for you. Rental fees are applicable for parks that have covered areas.

The City of Sherwood values events which bring people together through the celebration of the arts, sports, history, commerce, health and more. As a means of encouraging these gatherings, the City makes its streets and public right-of-way available to civic, private, and community groups to organize and sponsor activities that enhance Sherwood.