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In the first youth-driven policy initiative in Hillsboro's history, the Council voted unanimously on November 20 to restrict single-use plastic bags at grocery stores and large retailers starting in July 2019.
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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.
City Council presented the grant awards for the Community Services Grant program 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.
With unemployment rates at historically low levels, here are four ways the City of Hillsboro's Economic Development Department helps connect employees and employers.
Follow these three steps to avoid clogging your kitchen and sewer pipes with fats, oils, and grease.
The Willow Creek Crossing apartment project will utilize land formerly owned by Washington County to serve low-income families next to Portland Community College's Willow Creek Center and the TriMet MAX Station.
Site preparation and pre-construction work is underway for the future Washington County Event Center on Veterans Drive.
Help protect the ones you care about most by talking about these tips from the City of Hillsboro’s Fire and Police departments.
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Learn about the indoor and outdoor burning restrictions during Air Quality Advisory Season
More than 3,400 American communities have made the commitment to becoming a Tree City USA – including the City of Hillsboro.
The 13 graduates of the 2018 Hillsboro Civic Leadership Academy offered creative and innovative recommendations for increasing community connectivity throughout Hillsboro.
When the 13 members of this year’s Hillsboro Civic Leadership Academy addressed the City Council this month, many community leaders were listening intently.
The WIFIA program accelerates investment in the nation’s water infrastructure by providing long-term, low-cost supplemental loans for significant water infrastructure projects.
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Safety projects throughout Hillsboro are improving City streets and sidewalks for pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers.
As a City Council, we embrace change as necessary to make progress and improve livability. Our City continuously adapts to change in the forms of new challenges and opportunities.
Developed in 2017 and 2018, the Action Plan incorporates a broad range of diverse community voices and ideas into five strategic initiatives.
As Assistant City Manager, Simone Brooks will be responsible for leading the Parks & Recreation, Library, and Human Resources departments, as well as the City’s Community Services and Communications & Marketing teams.
Portland General Electric and the City of Hillsboro announced plans to build a new Electric Avenue charging hub in the Sunset Esplanade shopping center.