Hillsboro community members can pledge online to be “water-wise”
03/28/2017 12:45 PM
Take an online survey and tell us how we should be shaping our transportation system for tomorrow.
03/22/2017 2:39 PM
Learn more about Hillsboro City Councilor Anthony Martin, including his musical talents, in the Council Spotlight.
03/16/2017 12:54 PM
Long before you call 9-1-1, our emergency responders from the Hillsboro Fire Department are working to save lives.
03/16/2017 12:26 PM
Hillsboro American Legion Post Six has honored Hillsboro Fire Department Lieutenant Chad Carey as its 2017 Firefighter of the Year for his dedication to the community and his commitment to public safety.
The Hillsboro Parks & Recreation Department’s Public Art Program has installed two new sculptures in Downtown Hillsboro.
Keeping Hillsboro roads and sidewalks safe and well-maintained is the focus of the Transportation Utility Fee (TUF) that funds Hillsboro’s Pavement Management Program.
April is National Volunteer Month and Hillsboro’s volunteers give so many hours of their time to make life better for all of us.
03/13/2017 9:34 AM
The May 16 ballot will contain Measure 34-273, proposing a renewal of the current operating Local Option Levy to maintain police, fire, and parks services.
03/10/2017 2:38 PM
Victor shares his experiences serving English-and Spanish-speaking students at Hillsboro High School, WL Henry Elementary School, Witch Hazel Elementary School, and Minter Bridge Elementary School.
Read the full text of the symbolic resolution that does not change how the City operates and does not afford any additional protection from federal immigration law enforcement.
03/07/2017 10:58 PM
After earning his badge as a Hillsboro firefighter, Taylor Mehringer turned his attention to proposing to his girlfriend.
Check out the new Summer Camp Guide! Registration begins March 21.
03/01/2017 9:14 AM
In early February, a falling tree landed directly on top of the highly-degraded sculpture. The City is working with a team of professionals to evaluate the best path forward.
02/23/2017 5:55 PM
The name Block 67 refers to the property’s location between 6th and 7th avenues. Learn more during an open house on Tuesday, March 14
The 42-acre park is on a former golf course site that was purchased by the City of Hillsboro and Metro in 2011,
Demolition on the existing building is slated to begin in late February or early March.
Hillsboro resident Olivia Alcaire will be sworn-in as a Hillsboro City Councilor on Tuesday, February 21.
If you spot a work crew checking out the street lights in your neighborhood, don’t be alarmed.
The City of Hillsboro and Centro Cultural de Washington County will open the Centro de Prosperidad (or “Center of Prosperity”) in Downtown Hillsboro office in spring 2017.
01/12/2017 3:00 PM