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See the upgraded tree care standards adopted by the Hillsboro City Council as part of the pursuit of "Tree City USA" status.
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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.
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Safety projects throughout Hillsboro are improving City streets and sidewalks for pedestrians, cyclists, and drivers.
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.
City of Hillsboro residents can easily recycle fall leaves thanks to the leaf pick-up and drop-off programs offered by the Hillsboro Public Works Department.
Hillsboro residents can enjoy easier mail delivery and pick-up thanks to a Parking Code amendment that went into effect in 2017 prohibiting parking near public and private curbside cluster mailboxes.
The City of Hillsboro Water Department carefully manages drinking water rates to ensure equity for all customers.
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Drivers, bicyclists, pedestrians, and public transit riders were all represented among the nearly 1,300 comments collected.
Homelessness is not a new issue, but as it has become more visible in our region, the City of Hillsboro has dedicated additional resources.
Cornelius Pass Road is open south of TV Highway, extending to Blanton Street, which now connects 67th Avenue (formerly 229th Avenue) and 209th Avenue.
The City of Hillsboro is partnering with the Hillsboro Rotary Club to become a supporting sponsor of the parade, adding $5,000 to the Rotary Club’s fund that provides scholarships for local students.
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The U.S. Department of Energy highlights Hillsboro’s achievements for reducing its energy footprint by 26 percent since 2009 — the greatest improvement among all public agencies in the nation — as well as the City’s work to reduce water use by 11 percent since 2012.