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The Stormwater System collects, moves, and treats Stormwater runoff before being released into local waterways.
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In recent months, excessive speeding has contributed to at least three serious crashes in the City of Hillsboro.
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FOG is a leading cause of sanitary sewer backups into basements. Get four tips to properly dispose of FOG.
Learn about the three ways TUF investments are supporting safe and efficient movement of people, goods, and services in Hillsboro.
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The Council unanimously adopted priorities that include advancing safe transportation; supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion; and support for the Hillsboro 2035 Community Plan.
See updates on transportation and improvement projects throughout Hillsboro.
The City commitment to public tree care recently led the Arbor Day Foundation to announce that Hillsboro has earned 2018 Tree City USA status.
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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.
City of Hillsboro Public Works Department employees closely monitor the weather and ready a response plan for each weather event.
From January 8 to 10, the eastbound lane of Veterans Drive between NE 34th Avenue and NE Brookwood Parkway will be closed to vehicular traffic while replanting occurs.
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.
See the upgraded tree care standards adopted by the Hillsboro City Council as part of the pursuit of "Tree City USA" status.
Follow these three steps to avoid clogging your kitchen and sewer pipes with fats, oils, and grease.
More than 3,400 American communities have made the commitment to becoming a Tree City USA – including the City of Hillsboro.
Safety projects throughout Hillsboro are improving City streets and sidewalks for pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers.