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Hillsboro’s 2020 Water Rates Approved with an Eye Toward Increasing Equity and Improving Affordability
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.
11/14/2019 12:39 pm
Ask yourself these questions before an emergency strikes.
Hillsboro Police Traffic Sergeant Jincy Pace provides some insight.
Learn about the indoor and outdoor burning restrictions.
Help prioritize which ideas are most important for Hillsboro.
Gabe graduated from Glencoe High School, then enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Residents will receive a countertop pail in January.
While mom attends City Council meetings, her kids play at Outdoors In
The project will add sidewalks, bike facilities, street lighting, and other safety features.
Recycle your fall leaves with Hillsboro's leaf pickup and drop-off programs.
The documentary "Who’s on Top? LGBTQs Summit Mt. Hood," the emotional story of members of the LGBTQ community who challenge stereotypes in their journey in overcoming physical and figurative mountains, screens at the Walters Cultural Arts Center on November 23.
Three themes emerged from 135 community comments and suggestions.
Deputy Police Chief Jim Coleman to become Interim Chief later this month
The officers worked to connect a man with resources and benefits.
The district includes Downtown Hillsboro, Shute Park, and M&M Marketplace
Hillsboro ratepayers will save $125 million over 35 years.
New connections would pay their equitable share to fund water system expansions.
View the design and submit your name ideas.
Hillsboro’s First “Wishing Tree” Comes to Downtown in October