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As Assistant City Manager, Simone Brooks will be responsible for leading the Parks & Recreation, Library, and Human Resources departments, as well as the City’s Community Services and Communications & Marketing teams.
Portland General Electric and the City of Hillsboro announced plans to build a new Electric Avenue charging hub in the Sunset Esplanade shopping center.
10/16/2018 6:26 pm
The first groups of Hillsboro Police Department sergeants and patrol officers are now wearing body cameras while serving the community.
10/16/2018 2:02 pm
PGE says the Smart Grid Test Bed serving the South Hillsboro neighborhood "will integrate smart grid technology on a scale never before attempted in the United States."
After more than seven years on the job, Hillsboro City Manager Michael Brown surprised the City Council and City of Hillsboro staff this week when he unexpectedly announced his decision to resign from his position, effective January 18, 2019.
Community partners broke ground on the future site of the Washington County Events Center in Hillsboro, which is set to open in the fall of 2020.
Here are five reasons why you can feel proud about Hillsboro’s leadership on sustainability.
Get to know the School Resource Officer who serves your neighborhood's schools, and see where they help facilitate a safe environment for Hillsboro’s youth. If you see them at school or around your neighborhood, say hello!
Preparing is more than just having enough food and water, learn more about Hillsboro CERT and how you can help.
08/30/2018 7:30 am
New Community Development Department Led by Dan Dias to Enhance Staff Coordination, Customers' Experience
Hillsboro businesses, builders, and contractors will enjoy a coordinated customer experience as the City of Hillsboro shifts its staffing structure to improve efficiency and effectiveness in delivering exceptional results for the community.
08/29/2018 4:35 pm
After just three years of implementation, the current five-year Action Plan is more than 75 percent complete, with only three action items yet to be initiated.
See how hundreds of volunteers built Turner Creek Park's new playground in one day, with financial help from sponsors and a grant from the nonprofit KaBOOM!
Hillsboro-area students and teachers can look forward to faster, more reliable internet connectivity in schools and classrooms by the end of 2019. The reason: Hillsboro School District (HSD) and the City of Hillsboro have agreed to team up to connect every HSD school by next year.
October is Hillsboro Arts Month, kicking off with a day of music and entertainment at ArtFest on the Plaza, September 22, 9 am – 1:30 pm, at the Tom Hughes Civic Center Plaza in Hillsboro.
08/24/2018 3:33 pm
Ryan Smith has a vision for how Hillsboro can maintain its quality of life in the future. He's part of the Hillsboro Youth Advisory Council (YAC) subcommittee on sustainable shopping.
Fire Chief David Downey swore in eight new Firefighters and one Training Captain during a badging ceremony this week that also included award presentations.
Have an idea for starting your own business, but don’t know where to get started? It may be time to meet Laura Kubisiak.
The Hillsboro Public Library has been selected by the American Library Association as one of only 100 American libraries to take part in the Great Stories Club, a nationwide reading and discussion program for underserved teens.
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.