This webpage will be updated as more information is available.
Read the latest coronavirus news and announcements from the City of Hillsboro below. For information on cancellations, closures, and additional resources, visit our COVID-19 webpage.
Noticias en español
Para leer las siguientes noticias sobre COVID-19 en español, visite a nuestra página de noticias.
Get Status Updates on City Facilities in One Map
A new web map provides real-time information about the status of City of Hillsboro buildings and facilities.
Washington County to Open "Safe Sleep Village" to Slow the Spread of COVID-19
The Safe Sleep Village will consist of 50 camp sites spaced with appropriate physical distancing.
City of Hillsboro Extends Emergency Declaration to August 5
In extending the emergency, the Council also extended the timeframe that residential and commercial renters are protected from eviction in Hillsboro.
Businesses Can Still Apply for Protective Equipment Grants
Businesses can apply multiple times on the City’s website for PPE such as masks, face coverings, and gloves.
Hillsboro Civic Center Open for In-Person Service Needs
Community members are expected to wear a face covering and maintain physical distancing while inside the building.
Building Owners & Managers: 4 Steps to Keep Water Safe When Reopening Your Business
Before you get back to business, take these four steps to flush building plumbing and keep water safe.
Hillsboro’s Dog Parks and Tennis Courts Are Open
Park patrons in Hillsboro have more recreation options as the Parks & Recreation Department has safely restored some amenities, while following guidelines from State of Oregon health authorities.
Community Resources that Neighbors Should Know About
From domestic violence support to crisis counseling, see resources and key contacts, as recommended by members of the Hillsboro City Council.
When We Act Together, We Can Stop Coronavirus Discrimination
Read the Hillsboro City Council's letter denouncing discrimination — in Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Hindi, Korean, Tagalog, Spanish, and English.
Real-Life Heroes Among Us: A Message from the Hillsboro City Council
Our community has been resilient and strong in the face of COVID-19 hardships.
Hillsboro Libraries and Parks & Recreation Facilities Will Remain Closed Through End of May
City crews will make use of the closures to perform maintenance and improvements, while Library staff continues to provide online services.
City of Hillsboro Facility Closures Will Continue into May
Essential City services will continue and the next update will be no later than May 18.
Hillsboro Community Foundation Distributes $175,000 in COVID-19 Relief Grants
The City of Hillsboro’s recent $75,000 contribution adds to an earlier $100,000 donation from the Intel Foundation.
230 Hillsboro Small Businesses Selected for Emergency Grants in April
A total of 408 businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic received assistance from the City of Hillsboro, totaling $1 million between two rounds of grant applications.
Project Homeless Connect Opens Emergency Shelter in Hillsboro
Up to 35 people experiencing homelessness — who do not have COVID-19 symptoms — can be sheltered
Three Hillsboro Police Department Employees Test Positive for COVID-19
Community policing services are not impacted while employees are quarantined.
As Food 2 You Launches, a Reminder: “This Program Is for Those Who Need It Most”
The food pantry delivery program proved so popular that all available food was spoken for within the opening hour of each of its first two days.
About 500 Small Business Owners Applied for Emergency Grants in Round 2
Grant applications will be reviewed by a panel of community partners, including the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce, Centro de Prosperidad, and the City of Hillsboro.