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Children experiencing housing instability enjoy this three-day camp.
The Hillsboro City Council’s unanimous decision follows a nationwide recruitment
Children can play at Outdoors In for free during City Council Meetings
The City has secured a low-interest federal loan that will result in lower than anticipated water rate increases for Hillsboro Water customers in the coming decades.
Getting to know your neighbors is the first step to reduce crime.
Water rates are designed so all customers pay their fair share based on how they use Hillsboro’s water system and how much water they use.
Yes, all these places are in Hillsboro!
Innovation and manufacturing center will employ 250+ workers, including 100 new jobs
Take a short, fun survey to see how your preparedness level stacks up. You'll be entered to win a $100 Fred Meyer gift card!
Two “listening sessions” in August will encourage community input
See the latest public art installation by acclaimed artist Dann Nardi.
Discover how Dann Nardi constructed Hillsboro's newest piece of public art.
KGW shares what makes Hillsboro a special community.
Downtown Hillsboro and the Hillsboro Farmers’ Markets are among the big winners of the 2019 Best of Hillsboro Awards.
Safety improvements will be completed north of NW Germantown Road to US 30 in Multnomah County.
A data-driven approach will help the City assess the condition of Hillsboro's sidewalk network.
A truly creative live performer, Paula Cole will hit the Walters stage on Friday, September 27 at 7:30 pm. Ticket sales for Cole's performance open in July.
Hillsboro Police officers enhance pedestrian safety, educate drivers.
Hillsboro Police officers create a unique partnership at a homeless encampment
Iverson has served as the City of Hillsboro Water Department’s Water Resources Manager since 2007.