COVID-19 Notice – City facilities and playgrounds are closed until further notice in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our community. Dog parks, tennis courts, and select park amenities are open.
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COVID-19 Community Resources

This webpage will be updated as more information is available.

Have a question about the coronavirus (COVID-19)?  Visit our Questions and Answers webpage or email the City of Hillsboro and we'll respond as soon as possible.

Eviction Protection for Residents and Businesses

The Hillsboro City Council approved new protections for residential and commercial renters impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic during a special meeting on Wednesday, March 25.

Temporary Eviction Moratorium
How to Qualify for Eviction Protection
Eviction Protection: Your Questions Answered

Emergency Rent Assistance

In order to help community members who may face eviction as a result of the COVID-19 public health and economic crisis, the City has provided emergency rent assistance funds to our trusted partner, Community Action.

Thanks to the City's donation of $100,000, Community Action has served 55 households facing eviction with emergency rent assistance in March and April as of April 24.

Community Action provides a range of support for renters from emergency payments to longer term assistance depending on funding availability and eligibility requirements.

How to Get Rent Assistance
Rent Assistance: Your Questions Answered

Food 2 You

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Food 2 You will deliver essential food to Hillsboro community members who are medically fragile or elderly when getting to a food pantry may be difficult or dangerous to their health.

The City of Hillsboro launched Food 2 You on April 7, 2020 in partnership with St. Vincent de Paul and The Salvation Army of Hillsboro.

How to Request a Food 2 You Delivery

Emergency Shelter

An emergency shelter is opening in Hillsboro to provide a safe place to sleep and a daily meal for up to 35 people experiencing homelessness from Friday, April 17 through Sunday, May 31.

The emergency shelter is located in The Salvation Army building at 1440 SE 21st Avenue near the intersection of SE Tualatin Valley Highway and SE Cypress Street.

It is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week and operated by Project Homeless Connect in partnership with the City of Hillsboro, Community Action, and the Salvation Army of Hillsboro.

How to Register

Access to Health Care

COVID-19 Testing Sites in Washington County
Health Insurance Coverage
For the Uninsured
For Immigrants and Undocumented Residents

Mental Health

If you think someone is being hurt or is in danger, call 911.

Fear and anxiety about the COVID-19 outbreak can cause strong emotions in adults and children. It is essential to prepare and take care, not panic. Help is available through the resources below.

Disaster Distress Counseling
Crisis Intervention

Reporting Crimes or Safety Concerns

Call 911 If you think someone is being hurt or is in immediate danger or call non-emergency dispatch at 503-629-0111 for immediate assistance.

Hate Crimes or Discrimination
We Can Stop Coronavirus Discrimination: A Letter From City Council
Take Action Against Hate: Bystander Intervention

Domestic Violence Support

Speak to a Domestic Violence Advocate

Request to speak with a Domestic Violence Advocate by phone at 503-681-6175 for resources, criminal justice process information, referrals, and emergency services. 

Hillsboro Police Department Domestic Violence Advocates are responding to domestic violence survivors in the City of Hillsboro 24/7.

Local Resources and Hotlines
Culturally Specific Resources
Nationwide Resources
Child Abuse

Work and Unemployment

Internet and Phone Bill Assistance

Low-income households may qualify for Oregon Lifeline, a federal and state government program that reduces the monthly cost of phone or broadband service.

Washington County's Equity Response

The City of Hillsboro and Washington County recognize that not all residents are experiencing the COVID-19 pandemic in the same way. The evidence is growing that communities of color have been disproportionately impacted by COVID-19. There are factors at play for who gets tested, who gets treatment, and who is able to practice physical distancing.

Visit Washington County Public Health's Equity and Inclusion webpage for information on how the county is working to address these disparities.

Have a question about the coronavirus (COVID-19)?  Visit our Questions and Answers webpage or email the City of Hillsboro and we'll respond as soon as possible.