A Family History Of Civil and Military Leadership Putting "Tigard People First" 

 Edward and Charles Woodard Homestead, ~1926-54 on Walnut Street. Now expands to Woodard Park Proper Between Johnson and Tiedeman Street With Fanno Creek running through them.

Grandpa Woodard, 2nd Mayor of Tigard, The parks namesake - Recognized For Outstanding Leadership and Putting "Tigard People First"

2011 -2018 City Council 

 Chuck Recognized by Mayor Dirksen for 1st DownTown Facade Improvement Project

Woodard Park Park Extension along Walnut Street: Read City Resolution, Minutes of meeting and Family History of Civil and Military Service Below.

Army Officers Military Academy, Class 36 1993, Graduate - Federally commissioned 2nd Lt.

"Leadership is not magnetic personality, that can just as well be a glib tongue. It is not 'making friends and influencing people,' that is flattery. Leadership is lifting a person's vision to higher sights, the raising of a person's performance to a higher standard, the building of a personality beyond its normal limitations." --Peter F. Drucker



Achieved by few (only ~19 of 200-plus graduated) Woodard came out of Oregon Military Academy’s Class 36, Monmouth, Oregon, a federally commissioned 2nd Lieutenant, Army. Vetted both mentally and physically as a leader of military men and women, he is a proven leader. The academy’s program requires character, and is designed to find weaknesses in leadership, including trustworthiness, honesty and integrity.

The Right Leadership for Tigard
Tigard can do better to balance the budget and spending inefficiencies. It's time for fiscal viability and performance audits with public performed oversight before asking more of taxpayers.

Fighting since 2011 to get the City on board for performance audits, Woodard’s initiative was recognized June 12, 2018, whereby council agreed unanimously to include performance audits this year. Sadly, it took their 47% tax increase going down in flames to be recognized a necessity.