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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.
Many City of Hillsboro Public Works Department employees previously based at the Hillsboro Civic Center are now working at the Public Works facility on NE 30th Avenue.
10/05/2017 9:00 AM
Many of us know OrenKoFest as Hillsboro’s Harvest Festival, a celebration that brings Hillsboro together for local food, live music, seasonal beer and wine, unique market vendors, and kids’ crafts.
10/03/2017 12:46 PM
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
Hillsboro residents will enjoy easier mail delivery and pick-up by maintaining 11 feet of clearance in both directions from a curbside cluster mailbox.
10/03/2017 12:25 PM
The City of Hillsboro is improving and upgrading the way we read meters for customers.
09/29/2017 8:00 AM
We are glad you asked!
09/18/2017 10:01 AM
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.
All eyes will be focused on the South Hillsboro neighborhood next summer when the largest master-planned community in Oregon history hosts the 2018 NW Natural Street of Dreams®.
08/29/2017 3:57 PM
Every young person in Hillsboro has a story to tell about their personal journey of discovering who they want to be and what career path they will seek: people like Frida Zavala.
Construction is underway in the Orenco Station neighborhood to widen NE Century Boulevard (formerly NW 231st Avenue) south of NE Cornell Road to two lanes.
Supporting and showing pride for Hillsboro’s high-quality education system is a guiding principle of the Hillsboro City Council. Here are five reasons why the City of Hillsboro is proud to support the Hillsboro School District.
Hillsboro’s young people — our “homegrown talent” — have a unique opportunity to explore careers and gain professional experience through the City’s youth development programs. Read Frida Zavala's story.