Have an idea for starting your own business, but don’t know where to get started? It may be time to meet Laura Kubisiak.
You can search the web and check your email with a free internet connection to the HiHillsboro WiFi network. Find out where the WiFi coverage will expand next in Hillsboro.
08/07/2018 8:00 pm
Drivers, bicyclists, pedestrians, and public transit riders were all represented among the nearly 1,300 comments collected.
Newly released data from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) shows the Hillsboro community voluntarily purchases more than 1.7 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) of green power each year – the most in the nation.
City of Hillsboro residents love the Hillsboro Public Library, and it shows in the voting for the 2018 Best of Hillsboro Awards.
Homelessness is not a new issue, but as it has become more visible in our region, the City of Hillsboro has dedicated additional resources.
Hillsboro’s favorite free outdoor movie series is making the move from the Civic Center Plaza to Hillsboro parks on Friday nights this August.
07/12/2018 4:40 pm
Volunteers are needed this summer as the City of Hillsboro Parks & Recreation Department organizes a KaBoom! playground build.
07/12/2018 11:53 am
The 14th annual Celebrate Hillsboro on Saturday, July 21, celebrates the best of our community, our people, and the connections we share.
Bring your blankets and lawn chairs to Shute Park on Thursday nights this summer. The Showtime at Shute free summer concert series runs through August 23. See which artists are playing.
Cornelius Pass Road is open south of TV Highway, extending to Blanton Street, which now connects 67th Avenue (formerly 229th Avenue) and 209th Avenue.
07/10/2018 3:25 pm
The City of Hillsboro offers four cooling stations with air conditioning and water to help residents cope with the heat.
2018 applications are due by Monday, July 23, at 5 pm. “The Academy is the single best thing I’ve done since moving here,” said 2017 Academy graduate Elizabeth Case.
The Hillsboro City Council observed a moment of silence in recognition of former Mayor Shirley Huffman’s life and her remarkable contributions to the community during the Council meeting on Tuesday, July 3.
Known for his outgoing personality, his candid talk, and his love of Hawaiian shirts, Dixon oversaw the Building, Planning, Public Works, and Water departments at a time when Hillsboro experienced substantial economic growth and continued demand for additional housing.
The Council discusses Hillsboro's support for increasing affordable housing options beyond the current supply of 2,000 affordable apartments and units in Hillsboro neighborhoods.
06/25/2018 3:42 pm
06/25/2018 3:38 pm
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.
06/20/2018 1:29 pm
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.