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What kind of housing? How about parking? And what about a grocery store? City of Hillsboro Economic Development Department staff and the City's Block 67 development partners discussed project updates with community members at a recent open house.
From the "Name That Councilor" game show to a Billy Joel song parody to employees riding bicycles around Mayor Steve Callaway, check out our picks for the top 5 highlights from the 2019 State of the City.
The City of Hillsboro is moving forward to help connect schools to faster, more reliable internet through a partnership with the Hillsboro School District (HSD). The two partners have committed to working together to connect all HSD schools to a shared fiber network.
Meet the officers who provide specialized police intervention services to assist at risk members of our community.
The City of Hillsboro Parks & Recreation Department recently contracted with a professional arborist to assess the condition of all the trees on the west side of 53rd Avenue.
Wet firewood can create excessive smoke, wasting fuel and harming your health — especially for children and elders.
Take a look back at 2018 accomplishments and what’s ahead in 2019 in the City of Hillsboro.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently approved the City of Hillsboro and the Tualatin Valley Water District to apply for low-interest finance support for the Willamette Water Supply System.
The Super Bowl is approaching and the touchdown celebrations will be featured on the highlights. But while quarterbacks, running backs, and wide receivers often are in the spotlight, the real credit belongs to hundreds of people. See how the City of Hillsboro operates the same way.
The City of Hillsboro’s Safe Routes to School program follows the nationally-recognized “6 E’s” framework to identify the best strategies to encourage students to participate.
Our community suffered a true loss last month when Alter Wiener — a Holocaust survivor, author, and Hillsboro resident — died at the age of 92 after being hit by a car.
The City of Hillsboro understands its responsibilities to protect the privacy of your personal information, and City employees are committed to honoring the community’s trust by using the best practices.
Homelessness is not new and it’s not a “Hillsboro problem,” but it has become more visible in our region in recent years.
More than 28,000 Hillsboro voters cast ballots and made their voices heard in the 2018 General Election while selecting three representatives to serve on the Hillsboro City Council.
The Hillsboro City Council presented Community Services Grant program awards to 39 nonprofits in Hillsboro.
Follow these safety tips from the Hillsboro Fire Department to ensure that your festive season does not become memorable for all the wrong reasons.
Ice skating comes to Hillsboro’s Jerry Willey Plaza at Orenco Station when Winter Village’s 3,000-square-foot ice skating rink opens the day after Thanksgiving, Friday, November 23, and lasts through Sunday, January 6.
See the upgraded tree care standards adopted by the Hillsboro City Council as part of the pursuit of "Tree City USA" status.
With unemployment rates at historically low levels, here are four ways the City of Hillsboro's Economic Development Department helps connect employees and employers.