The City's sustainability efforts are proving effective in latest report on greenhouse gas emissions from City operations.
02/07/2018 4:59 PM
Longtime resident of Hillsboro’s Old Orenco neighborhood leaves legacy of advocacy and preservation.
02/07/2018 12:43 PM
The Hillsboro City Council unanimously adopted priorities that include timely topics such as transportation, cultural inclusion and engagement, housing affordability and homelessness, and support for entrepreneurs.
For all of Hillsboro’s successes and our path toward prosperity, we have challenges; challenges that can be addressed only when we work together. The question is, how do we respond?
Hillsboro is a forward-thinking leader in planning for the long term and recognizes the importance of ensuring all residents, employers, and schools have affordable, high-speed broadband access.
01/16/2018 1:30 PM
Hillsboro’s population is now 101,540 and, as City Manager Michael Brown explains, our city is growing bigger – and growing better.
01/16/2018 1:00 PM
Meet Liberty High School graduate and Hillsboro Youth Advisory Council alumnus Henry Reyes, and learn what motivates Henry to succeed.
01/16/2018 10:37 AM
Block 67 has a new development partner to lead the planning and design for a catalytic mixed-use project in Downtown Hillsboro.
01/03/2018 4:04 PM
A Hillsboro High School senior credits her variety of internship responsibilities with helping her discover her passions can lead to a career path.
01/02/2018 10:06 AM
When Fernando Aguilar applied for his first of two internships with the City of Hillsboro, he expected that he would learn about the inner workings of the City. He didn't expect that he would learn even more about himself.
12/20/2017 3:02 PM
Dias will lead the Economic Development Department in supporting Hillsboro businesses’ ability to thrive and create quality jobs and economic opportunities for residents.
The partnership between Intel, the City of Hillsboro, Washington County, and ODOT, was recognized by the Oregon Chapter of the American Public Works Association.
Together with the Hillsboro School District and the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce, the City of Hillsboro introduces high school students to nearly two dozen career options in local government.
"Youth Invasion day is one of my favorite days of the year because we get to talk to kids about what we do at the City, and why we love our work."
Sign up to receive color-coded air quality text/email/phone notifications from Washington County at publicalerts.org.
Anisha Datta and her brother, Ashwin Datta, are two of Hillsboro's most promising homegrown talents. What worked so well for their family? Anisha and Ashwin's parents share some of the lifelong lessons that helped set their children up for success.
Read an introductory letter to the community from Chief Downey.
10/11/2017 5:12 PM
Read the letter from the Hillsboro City Council in support of community members who are part of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
If you’ve been thinking about volunteering in Hillsboro, but haven’t found the time, I hope you will find the time and join us during the third annual HillsDoer Day on Saturday, October 7.
10/03/2017 12:34 PM
The state transportation bill – passed by the Legislature in July and signed by Governor Kate Brown – is a critical first step to untangle traffic, improve transit, fix roads and make streets safer in this region and across Oregon.