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The Water Department proudly serves high-quality drinking water to more than 84,000 people in the City of Hillsboro and in rural Washington County.
07/10/2018 8:58 am
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.
Now is the perfect time to take stock of your water use and see what changes can save you time and money.
07/02/2018 3:01 pm
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.
Traffic Advisory: Temporary Road Closure at NE Lenox Street and Lorie Drive During Culvert Replacement Project
The completion of this project will prevent Glencoe Creek from flowing over the top of the roadway during large storm events.
06/28/2018 11:08 am
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.
Hillsboro's drinking water continues to surpass all Federal and State standards.
06/25/2018 10:34 am
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.
From Hops baseball to farmers' markets, the Hillsboro City Council offers their favorites for entertaining guests from out of the area.
Interested in serving on the Hillsboro City Council? The candidate filing period begins Monday, July 9, and continues until Monday, August 27, at 5 pm.
Do you know an eighth grade student at Evergreen or South Meadows middle schools? If so, you may be in stronger position to survive cardiac arrest.
With a passion for food that’s undeniable, several Hillsboro food entrepreneurs are taking the next step to pursue their dreams of owning their own business.
From the swimming pool to the BBQ grill, fireworks to windows, keep it safe this summer with tips from the Hillsboro Fire Department.
Supporting and showing pride for Hillsboro’s high-quality education system is a guiding principle of the Hillsboro City Council. Here are five great reasons why the City of Hillsboro is proud to support the Hillsboro School District.
It strikes me that the City of Hillsboro has something in common with the historically great players. Like Messi, Ronaldo, and Neymar, our employees constantly seek self-improvement and take it upon themselves to be more effective in delivering City programs and services.
06/14/2018 2:10 pm
The six Hillsboro properties and each property’s owners received 2018 Preserving Historic Hillsboro Awards for preserving, restoring, or appropriately remodeling historically significant buildings.
06/06/2018 10:57 am
The Hillsboro Arts & Culture Endowment committee has launched the Artist-in-Our-Community Project with artist Dawning McGinnis. The project seeks to embed an artist in the City of Hillsboro, where they will work to create inclusive community-based projects, activities, and events.
05/30/2018 2:00 pm