The library buildings may be closed, but the digital library is always open. There is plenty to keep everyone learning, engaged, and entertained.
Residential and commercial renters will still be required to pay any rent money owed, but they will not be evicted during this emergency for reasons related to COVID-19.
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.
Water is tested regularly to ensure every drop in the Hillsboro water system is safe to drink.
The process closed after the total amount requested was more than double the amount available.
All Hillsboro parks and trails will remain open for exercise and walking, but community members should take the need for social distancing seriously and maintain at least six feet separation from others.
Starting at 8 am on Monday, March 23, Hillsboro business owners and community members who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 health and economic crisis are able to apply for emergency business support grants, loans, and rental assistance.
Hillsboro Fire & Rescue welcomes donations of new, unused N95 masks from businesses and community partners with adequate supplies and the capacity to donate to our first responders.
Protection of public health is Hillsboro Water Department’s number one priority.
Hillsboro firefighters and police officers are taking extra precautions to prevent the spread of coronavirus
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!
Get the latest updates from HSD on coronavirus impacts
Updates, cancellations, and resources for coronavirus info and impacts in Hillsboro.
What does Hillsboro City Councilor Rick Van Beveren listen to when he's not at City Council meetings? Find out in the Council Spotlight.
City leaders call ICE’s administrative subpoena a political tactic, and will seek a federal court ruling. You can read the City's statement and watch Mayor Callaway's video message.
Starting March 19, all vehicles must have two license plates visible
The City of Hillsboro has agreed to pause conversations with the development team about the mixed-use project.
See the top priorities moving forward in the 2035 Plan update
Harji will oversee Hillsboro’s Public Works, Water, and Information Services departments.