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Farmers’ markets. Top-notch restaurants. World-class wineries, microbreweries, and coffee houses. Mayor Steve Callaway offers ideas for making the most of your time in Hillsboro!
Where do you celebrate 50 new American citizens from 28 countries? At the library that’s “For Everyone.”
Located next to the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce, HillHub’s 3,500 square feet of shared office space features more than a dozen private desks and cube spaces available for monthly use.
The Friends of the Hillsboro Library's spring book sale runs from Friday, April 26 through Sunday, May 5 during Brookwood Library’s regular hours.
Get to know Joel Jose Camacho Ramirez with the Parks and Recreation Maintenance team!
Get to know Hillsboro's Workforce Development Coordinator Kristi Wilson!
What’s the best way for Hillsboro businesses to humanely help community members experiencing homelessness? This toolkit is designed to help
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Hillsboro's YAC delegates presented information about the YAC-championed single-use plastic bag restrictions, and met several notable lawmakers.
Stay close to home this summer with Hillsboro's aquatic and sports camps, adventure and nature camps, STEAM camps, and performing and arts camps.
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City Councilors want to know what qualities you think the Council should look for in Hillsboro’s next City Manager.
Learn why Fred was in the right place to meet his wife, as we shine the Council spotlight on Councilor Fred Nachtigal.
Learn about Kyle's favorite hobbies as we shine the Council spotlight on Councilor Kyle Allen.
What does Hillsboro City Councilor Rick Van Beveren listen to when he's not at City Council meetings? Find out in the Council Spotlight.
Learn more about Hillsboro City Councilor Anthony Martin, including his musical talents, in the Council Spotlight.
Learn more about Hillsboro City Councilor Olivia Alcaire, including her musical talents, in the Council Spotlight.
Get to know Hillsboro Police Detective Victor Castro, and learn what inspired him to change his assignment as a School Resource Officer to work at the Family Justice Center of Washington County.
We all share a desire to do good. Let’s take a moment to appreciate some of the many who make a difference in Hillsboro!
Volunteering comes naturally to Ellie — she's been doing it since the sixth grade. As a member of the Youth Advisory Council and Hillsboro Arts and Culture Council, Ellie loves working with others to help her fellow community members succeed.
Ann volunteers as a Materials Movement Specialist at the Hillsboro Public Library, where she has logged more than 850 hours since 2016.
Brady put in 667 hours as a Reserve Police Officer in 2018. However, he began volunteering with the department as a cadet in 2001 and acknowledges that he grew up within the City of Hillsboro Police Department.