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A new web map provides real-time information about the status of City of Hillsboro buildings and facilities.
We are recommitting to all of the aspects contributing to safe and equitable public safety in Hillsboro.
A Message from the Hillsboro City Council
Could you use a little help with your conflict solution strategy? Check out these helpful tips from Hillsboro Mediation.
Chief Jim Coleman detailed the Hillsboro Police Department’s policies and procedures — while acknowledging the City can do better. In response to the killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and many more Black Americans, Hillsboro City Councilors asked questions and voiced concerns.
We are committed to equitably serving all members of this community.
Check out these safety tips to keep upper level windows from becoming a danger to children in your home.
Se espera que los miembros de la comunidad se cubran la cara y mantengan distancia física mientras estén dentro del edificio.
Community members are expected to wear a face covering and maintain physical distancing while inside the building.
From domestic violence support to crisis counseling, see resources and key contacts, as recommended by members of the Hillsboro City Council.
Read the Hillsboro City Council's letter denouncing discrimination — in Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Hindi, Korean, Tagalog, Spanish, and English.
Our community has been resilient and strong in the face of COVID-19 hardships.
Las instalaciones permanecerán cerradas hasta fines de mayo
Essential City services will continue and the next update will be no later than May 18.
Community policing services are not impacted while employees are quarantined.
In sync with Governor Kate Brown's executive order for school closures, City of Hillsboro facilities will remain closed to the public through April 28 to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our community.