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A Message from the Hillsboro City Council
You can now reserve and pick up holds you placed on library materials.
We are working hard to get our libraries reopened for you. While we are excited to welcome you back, our buildings are still closed to the public.
A new web map provides real-time information about the status of City of Hillsboro buildings and facilities.
Hillsboro Public Library stands up to racism in all its forms.
Community members are expected to wear a face covering and maintain physical distancing while inside the building.
Read the Hillsboro City Council's letter denouncing discrimination — in Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Hindi, Korean, Tagalog, Spanish, and English.
City crews will make use of the closures to perform maintenance and improvements, while Library staff continues to provide online services.
Essential City services will continue and the next update will be no later than May 18.
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.
Looking for fresh air, green grass and something new to read? Visit a Tiny Branch kiosk installed in seven Hillsboro parks (see list below) grab a book and get started. No library card required!
In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Hillsboro City Council issued a statement on March 12, 2020.