When planning a trip, buying a new appliance for your home, or deciding what to eat for dinner tonight, you might seek the advice of your friends and neighbors to make sure you are making the right choice.
The city is no different. From boards and commission members sharing input on human rights, the arts, social services, diversity, city budgeting, traffic, land use, bicycles and more, to short of-the-moment surveys asking people what they would like Beaverton to look like 10 years from now, the city always wants to hear from the people it serves.
What have we learned from you this year?
Check out this issue to see what you said about the future of Beaverton, how we can grow responsibly in the Cooper Mountain area, and what business owners said about outdoor dining downtown.
Want to know what’s happening in the city and when the next chance to share your thoughts will be?
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