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Hillsboro Sustainability Task Force

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Environmental Sustainability is one of five focus areas within the Hillsboro 2035 Community Plan. The impetus to creating the Environmental Sustainability Plan (ESP) came from the Hillsboro community. In 2010, during the 10-year update to the Hillsboro 2020 Vision and Action Plan, community members identified environmental sustainability as a top priority. The result was establishment in 2012 of the Mayoral-appointed Hillsboro Sustainability Task Force, which was tasked with developing this Plan.

The Task Force continues to oversee implementation of the Environmental Sustainability Plan, including support to the numerous community partners implementing Plan actions, annual reporting on progress, and adapting to changes.

2019-2020 Hillsboro Sustainability Task Force Members 

  • Heather Robinson, Chair, Washington County Solid Waste & Recycling
  • Steve Callaway, Hillsboro Mayor
  • Anthony Martin, Hillsboro City Council
  • Adam Haslam, Kaiser Permanente
  • Bob Grover, Pacific Landscape Management
  • Carol Brown, Hillsboro Community Member
  • David McIlnay, City of Hillsboro
  • Emily McBroom, Insomnia Coffee Company
  • Fawn Bergen, Intel Corp.
  • Jeff Pazdalski, Westside Transportation Alliance
  • Kristel Griffith, City of Hillsboro
  • Kya Dillon, Hillsboro Youth Advisory Council
  • Laura Schaefer, OHSU West Campus
  • Linda Everett, Hillsboro Community Member, Hillsboro 2035 Liaison
  • Mac Martin, Clean Water Services
  • Makena Krause, Hillsboro Youth Advisory Council
  • Mia Hocking, Hillsboro School District
  • Nina Carlson, NW Natural
  • Ryan Stee, City of Hillsboro
  • Tom Arnold, City of Hillsboro
  • Troy Gagliano, Portland General Electric

 Hillsboro Sustainability Task Force at Jackson Bottom Wetlands










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Meeting dates and related materials.

Contact Information

Peter Brandom, Senior Project Manager
City of Hillsboro

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