Request for Development Review approval to construct a new 70-foot cell tower (monopole) with an antenna tip height of 74 feet and associated ancillary equipment for Verizon Wireless on a site approximately 1.24 acres in size.
The City of Hillsboro offers four cooling stations with air conditioning and water to help residents cope with the heat.
Mayor Callaway joined leaders from throughout the Portland region in a statement of support for legislative action to fight congestion, improve mobility and improve our aging transportation system.
HPD Mediation offers solutions for when communication breaks down.
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Members of the public are invited to take part in the July 10 public hearing to provide feedback on the proposed water rate increase for Hillsboro customers.
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UPDATE: Damaged Chief Kno-Tah Sculpture Required Removal Due to Deteriorating Wood, Public Safety Risks
After months of careful evaluation, including expert recommendations from arborists and conservationists, the Hillsboro Parks & Recreation Department removed the damaged Chief Kno-Tah sculpture located in Shute Park in order to mitigate public safety risks. An arborist assessment by Northwest Tree Specialists determined the hollow wooden sculpture was decaying internally and infested with carpenter ants, even prior to the winter storm that damaged the art piece.
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HPD Officer Matt Schmidt and K9 Blazer win regional canine trials.
06/12/2017 1:25 PM
Six HPD Cadets graduate Regional Cadet Academy.
06/12/2017 1:03 PM
Adding the upper-Willamette River as a secondary water source offers the City of Hillsboro six significant benefits. Read on to learn more!
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This year, the Hillsboro Arts & Culture Council awarded a total of $49,057 in grants to 12 different organizations.