The City Council has appointed Jen Haruyama as the city’s new city manager.Read More Beaverton Hires Jen Haruyama as City Manager
Per the official election results of the May 18 Special Election and the requirements of the Beaverton Charter of 2021, the names of council candidates Ashley Hartmeier-Prigg and Jerome Sibayan will be placed on the ballot for a run-off election at the Special Election of September 21, 2021.Read More Run-off Election for City Council is Sep. 21
City Council meetings are open to the public, online and televised multiple times on community access television (TVCTV).Read More City Council Meetings
Oregon’s laws and constitution give Oregon cities significant authority to regulate local matters that are often important to city residents.Read More Know Your Government: What Are Ordinances?
City Council meetings are open to the public, online and are televised multiple times on community access television (TVCTV).Read More City Council Meetings
The Visioning Advisory Committee (VAC) – the primary authors and accountability partners for the Community Vision are gearing up for the 2021 update which will review, and possibly update, the previously identified community goals and the 104 action items in the current Community Vision.Read More Visioning Advisory Committee Presents Plan to City Council
Join Beaverton’s task force on climate change.Read More Climate Action Task Force Established!
Beaverton voters approved a new city charter in the May 2020 election that changed the city’s form of government from a strong mayor to a council manager structure.Read More Know Your Government: What Does a City Manager do?
City Council meetings are open to the public, available for online viewing and televised multiple times on community access television (TVCTV).Read More City Council Meetings
In January, the new Beaverton city councilors and mayor took part in a small ceremony welcoming them to their new roles.Read More New City Councilors, Mayor