Your Beaverton Update for February 10, 2022 (Happy Birthday Beaverton!)

Here is what happened with the city this week, and what to look for in the week to come. 

City Council 

Notice: Starting in March, the City Council meeting schedule will change. Regular council meetings will be scheduled only on the first and third Tuesday of each month, with the fourth Tuesday of each month held for Beaverton Urban Redevelopment Agency (BURA) meetings. 

Mayor Beaty proclaimed February 2022 as Black History Month in Beaverton. City Council also adopted a resolution denouncing antisemitism, affirming the city’s commitment to the safety and well-being of the Jewish community.  

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The presentation “School Resource Officer Program Comprehensive Review” was shared in collaboration with the Beaverton School District. It covered the process for how school safety and the roles of SROs will be assessed, with recommendations shared by July.  

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See the presentation on the proposed SW Millikan Way Extension Project, which aims to redesign Millikan Way between Watson and Lombard.  

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Learn about the legislative activities and grant opportunities for key transportation projects within the city.  

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The Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) priorities were discussed, including focus areas like drinking water, safety improvement, urban renewal, and transportation. View the full presentation:  

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City Council discussed updating its CIP project selection process, including prioritizing options and a robust community engagement approach. You can listen to that conversation here:  

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Upcoming meetings are scheduled for February 15 and 22. For the entire recording of Tuesday’s meeting, and for agendas for future meetings, visit:  

www.BeavertonOregon.gov/268/Agendas-Minutes  

Opportunities to get involved!  

Election filing has begun for residents interested in running for Beaverton City Council. The handbook is now available. The filing deadline is March 8.  

www.BeavertonOregon.gov/257/Elections  

A Virtual Open House for The Loop is scheduled for next Wednesday, February 16. There will be a presentation, followed by a Q&A. Learn more about participating:  

www.BeavertonOregon.gov/2416/Beaverton-Downtown-Loop-Project  

Upcoming Events

Hear from Mayor Beaty at her State of the City Address next month on March 29 at noon. www.BeavertonOregon.gov/246/State-of-the-City  

Come work with us!

Apply to a current job opening:  

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Building Inspector  

Electrical Inspector  

Lateral Police Officer 

Police Officer – Entry Level  

Public Works Technician – Landscape  

Senior Planner  

Talent Acquisition Specialist  

Find out about all of these programs and more: www.BeavertonOregon.gov.