Print additional bingo boards.
See which City facilities and services are currently open.
See what belongs in your yard debris bin.
In extending the emergency, the Council also extended the timeframe that residential and commercial renters are protected from eviction in Hillsboro.
This July, Celebrate Hillsboro wherever you are. Get your FREE activity kit and lawn sign — now through July 12.
The next time you visit the Hillsboro Civic Center, new artwork will greet you on the first floor elevator doors.
Businesses can apply multiple times on the City’s website for PPE such as masks, face coverings, and gloves.
Could you use a little help with your conflict solution strategy? Check out these helpful tips from Hillsboro Mediation.
Hillsboro’s Drinking Water Continues to Surpass All State and Federal Standards
See the winning student artists for My Best Walk/My Best Ride.
You can now reserve and pick up holds you placed on library materials.
Chief Jim Coleman detailed the Hillsboro Police Department’s policies and procedures — while acknowledging the City can do better. In response to the killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and many more Black Americans, Hillsboro City Councilors asked questions and voiced concerns.
SHARC reopened on Monday, June 22 with modifications, including appointments.
Read information about the limited spaces available in our modified summer camp.
Every drop counts! Read these tips for inside and outside your home.
A new web map provides real-time information about the status of City of Hillsboro buildings and facilities.
Engage with themed arts activities, videos, queer history, and LGBTQ+ resources.
We are recommitting to all of the aspects contributing to safe and equitable public safety in Hillsboro.