Public Alert – All City facilities, playgrounds, sports courts, and recreation equipment are closed through April 28 in an effort to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our community. Get the latest coronavirus updates, cancellations, and information on our
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Emergency Small Business Grant Funding Update: Small businesses in the City of Hillsboro can apply to receive emergency grant funding during a second round of applications on Tuesday, April 7, between 9 am and 4 pm. Please read our latest announcement for more information.
Read the latest coronavirus news and announcements from the City of Hillsboro below. For information on cancellations, closures, and additional resources, visit our
03/30/2020 Hillsboro Increases Emergency Grant Funding for Small Businesses to $1 Million
Small businesses can apply to receive up to $3,000 in emergency grant funding on Tuesday, April 7, between 9 am and 4 pm.
03/25/2020 City of Hillsboro Facilities Will Remain Closed through April 28
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.
03/23/2020 Playgrounds, Sports Courts, and Public Recreation Equipment Are Closed in the City of Hillsboro
All Hillsboro parks and trails will remain open for exercise and walking, but community members should take the need for social distancing seriously and maintain at least six feet separation from others.
03/19/2020 City of Hillsboro Announces $1.1 Million in COVID-19 Crisis Funding
Starting at 8 am on Monday, March 23, Hillsboro business owners and community members who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 health and economic crisis are able to apply for emergency business support grants, loans, and rental assistance.
03/12/2020 COVID-19: Coronavirus Information from the City of Hillsboro
Updates, cancellations, and resources for coronavirus info and impacts in Hillsboro.
03/25/2020 Our Digital Library is Open
The library buildings may be closed, but the digital library is always open. There is plenty to keep everyone learning, engaged, and entertained.
03/25/2020 City Council Approves Eviction Protections for Renters in Hillsboro
Residential and commercial renters will still be required to pay any rent money owed, but they will not be evicted during this emergency for reasons related to COVID-19.
03/23/2020 Hundreds of Hillsboro Small Businesses Request Emergency Grant Support
The process closed after the total amount requested was more than double the amount available.
03/19/2020 We Welcome Your N95 Mask Donations for our First Responders
Hillsboro Fire & Rescue welcomes donations of new, unused N95 masks from businesses and community partners with adequate supplies and the capacity to donate to our first responders.
03/18/2020 Hillsboro's Water Continues to be Safe to Drink & Use
Protection of public health is Hillsboro Water Department’s number one priority.
03/16/2020 Changes in Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Emergency Responders
Hillsboro firefighters and police officers are taking extra precautions to prevent the spread of coronavirus
03/12/2020 Hillsboro School District: Coronavirus Updates and Impacts
Get the latest updates from HSD on coronavirus impacts
03/02/2020 2020 St. Patrick's Day Parade Canceled
This year's parade is canceled by event organizers.
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Small businesses in the City of Hillsboro can apply to receive up to $3,000 in emergency grant funding during a second round of applications on Tuesday, April 7, between 9 am and 4 pm, through the City’s website.
City of Hillsboro staff will be available by phone at 503-681-5260, in English and Spanish, to assist business owners and entrepreneurs who need help. The online applications will also be available in English and Spanish, as they were during the first round of applications in March. The emergency support will help small businesses offset some of the financial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hi, Hillsboro neighbors. I’m City Councilor Rick Van Beveren, here at my restaurant.
I want all small businesses to know about the emergency grant funding the City of Hillsboro is making available.
You can get details on the City website and apply for up to $3,000 on Tuesday, April 7.
Because I’m on the City Council, I will not be applying, but I want you to know about this.
We know that many of you are hurting, and we’re going to help as many people as possible.
Together, we will get through this. Thank you. Mar 31 No information for likes
More details on the emergency small business grants will be shared later today.
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Essential local businesses can now add their name and location to the City’s Support Small Business Map. Community members can use the map to find restaurants and stores close to home.
We encourage Hillsboro community members to support local small businesses when essentials are needed, but to stay home as often as possible.
Add your business to the map:
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UPDATE: The City of Hillsboro is committing an additional $500,000 in funding for emergency grants to support small businesses and entrepreneurs. This second round of grant money doubles the total amount of the City’s COVID-19 crisis funding for small businesses to $1 million.
Additional details will be announced on the City of Hillsboro website and social media channels on Monday, March 30, at 12 pm. The second round of grant applications will open on Tuesday, April 7. This emergency grant funding is ONLY for small businesses inside Hillsboro city limits with an active business license from the City of Hillsboro.
Small business applicants who applied during the first round and were selected to receive an emergency grant will be notified by email and standard mail this week and next week.
Thank you to everyone in our community who is working to help our small businesses and their employees during this time. We WILL make it through this together.