Development Review approval for construction of 16 electric Tesla charging stations located in the C-G Commercial-General zone.
All this arts and culture activity is Downtown amid a variety of restaurants, coffee shops, a bakery, a new Bierhaus, candy stores, small businesses, unique shops and more!
Hillsboro’s Public Art collection continues to grow, with new artwork being created for the 53rd Avenue Community Center, Rood Bridge Park, and the Hillsboro Community Senior Center. Here’s a sneak peek of the artwork to come.
Inspired by the National Day of Choro, a holiday in Brazil celebrating the birthday of Pixinguinha, and their passion for choro music, Tom Pinit and Peter Fung developed a Dia do Choro concert in Oregon. Here the two musicians shared their passion and knowledge of Choro with Cultural Arts staff.
Bring your loved ones for a special evening of Valentine fun! Share the fun with your little loved ones—and Elsa from Frozen— this winter at a special dance made just for families.
Safety is our top priority when there is severe weather.
Development Review approval for the installation of a one-story, pre-manufactured utility hut with an adjoining utility courtyard located on a site approximately 0.58 acres in size.
Development Review approval for construction of a new 3,337 square foot single-story office flex space building located on a site approximately 0.31 acres in size.
Councilors adopted the recommendation from the Parks & Recreation Commission.
Work will begin to repair six sidewalks that have been damaged by tree roots.
A public hearing will be held before the Planning Commission at or shortly after 6:00 p.m., on Wednesday, January 22, 2020, in the Shirley Huffman Auditorium at the Civic Center, 150 E Main Street, Hillsboro.
K-9 Officer John Ganci introduces his new partner and first female canine for the Hillsboro Police Department.
See why the State of the City will highlight the 2020 Census on January 30, 2020.
Brookwood’s Collaboratory has swapped places with the Quiet Reading Room, making it much larger.
Water rates are designed so all customers pay their fair share.
Hillsboro's libraries provide a range of services for our community.
Academy members raised awareness about challenges vulnerable people face.
See what each Councilor is excited about for 2020.
Get to know Sam Ramirez from the City of Hillsboro.
The law goes into effect on January 1, 2020.