The applicant is requesting modifications to the previously approved Development Review application (Case File No.: DR-015-17 Hillsboro DFT OR1), approved in August 2017.
01/09/2019 10:00 am
Development Review approval for construction of a new detached storage building.
01/08/2019 11:56 am
The applicant requests approval for placement of detached metal garage approximately 1,320 square feet in size on a site which contains a cultural resource.
01/04/2019 12:48 pm
The applicant requests a Minor Modification to the approved Reed’s Crossing Planned Unit Development (PUD) Phase 1 approval (Case File No.: MOD-003-17).
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.
01/03/2019 9:32 am
Development Review approval for renovations of an existing single family residence located on a site approximately 0.23 acres in size within the SCR-OTC Station Community Residential – Orenco Townsite Conservation district.
Development Review approval for the proposed construction of a 2-story industrial building located on a vacant site approximately 25.60 acres in size.
See the upgraded tree care standards adopted by the Hillsboro City Council as part of the pursuit of "Tree City USA" status.
More than 3,400 American communities have made the commitment to becoming a Tree City USA – including the City of Hillsboro.
11/07/2018 8:24 pm
As Assistant City Manager, Simone Brooks will be responsible for leading the Parks & Recreation, Library, and Human Resources departments, as well as the City’s Community Services and Communications & Marketing teams.
Hillsboro-area students and teachers can look forward to faster, more reliable internet connectivity in schools and classrooms by the end of 2019. The reason: Hillsboro School District (HSD) and the City of Hillsboro have agreed to team up to connect every HSD school by next year.
Drivers, bicyclists, pedestrians, and public transit riders were all represented among the nearly 1,300 comments collected.