The average commuter spent 52 hours in traffic last year.
05/23/2019 2:14 pm
The City of Hillsboro Budget Committee has unanimously approved the City’s Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2019-20.
05/22/2019 10:25 am
The City of Hillsboro is teaming up with Metro and other government agencies to increase garbage disposal options and reduce illegal dumping.
TEDx Lincoln Street hosted student speakers at a sold-out event at the Glenn & Viola Walters Cultural Arts Center in April.
Nominate your favorites in six categories for the 2019 Best of Hillsboro Awards.
During Building Safety Month, Hillsboro Building Department staff are highlighting how emergency preparedness will be critical to getting the Hillsboro community back on its feet.
The City of Hillsboro is actively recruiting to find its next City Manager. Read the position profile and how to apply for the executive job that reports to the City Council.
Get your questions answered about Hillsboro's Sustainable Shopping Initiative.
What matters most to you, to your family, and to our 101,900+ neighbors? It's a question the City Council works to answer each year as they focus the City's efforts.
The City of Hillsboro has partnered with Portland General Electric (PGE) to open Hillsboro’s Electric Avenue – an electric vehicle charging station.
Firefighters and trained paramedics respond to calls that do not involve a fire.
The Optimist Club of Hillsboro recognizes three City of Hillsboro Police Department members.
Learn what inspired Steve Callaway to commit to serving the Hillsboro community,which baseball teams he's most passionate about, and much more!
On Saturday, June 1, everyone is welcome to celebrate LGBTQ+ pride in our community at two free family-friendly events.
See what's next for the City's Transportation System Plan update.
Get to know Hillsboro's Community Services Manager Tami Cockeram!
Hillsboro Library Board Member Felicita Monteblanco honored by the American Association of University Women of Oregon.
In recent months, excessive speeding has contributed to at least three serious crashes in the City of Hillsboro.
Located next to the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce, HillHub’s 3,500 square feet of shared office space features more than a dozen private desks and cube spaces available for monthly use.
Where do you celebrate 50 new American citizens from 28 countries? At the library that’s “For Everyone.”