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Hillsboro Library Board Member Felicita Monteblanco honored by the American Association of University Women of Oregon.
Where do you celebrate 50 new American citizens from 28 countries? At the library that’s “For Everyone.”
The Friends of the Hillsboro Library's spring book sale runs from Friday, April 26 through Sunday, May 5 during Brookwood Library’s regular hours.
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City Councilors want to know what qualities you think the Council should look for in Hillsboro’s next City Manager.
Ann volunteers as a Materials Movement Specialist at the Hillsboro Public Library, where she has logged more than 850 hours since 2016.
Are you looking for a place to do homework, prepare for a test, or hold a group study session? Would you prefer not to go to a friend’s home or the local coffee shop? We recommend you consider heading to the local library at Brookwood or Shute Park.
The Council unanimously adopted priorities that include advancing safe transportation; supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion; and support for the Hillsboro 2035 Community Plan.
The Children's Room at Brookwood Library has been redesigned to encourage play.
No travel plans this spring break? No worries! The City of Hillsboro offers plenty of camps, guided activities, and opportunities for family adventure. Mix and match to create your perfect staycation. Here’s just a few ideas.
Brookwood Library staff recently worked with arborists and a local beekeeper to help save a hive of honeybees.
Be creative, make friends, and learn something new by playing with Everbright, an engaging lightwall machine at the Brookwood Library.
The Super Bowl is approaching and the touchdown celebrations will be featured on the highlights. But while quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers often are in the spotlight, the real credit belongs to hundreds of people. See how the City of Hillsboro operates the same way.
Hillsboro Public Library launched a new online catalog on November 14. Check it out!
Developed in 2017 and 2018, the Action Plan incorporates a broad range of diverse community voices and ideas into five strategic initiatives.