Do you have an idea for an event or a community service project for your neighborhood?Read More Funding Available for Local Events or Projects!
The Arts Program offers financial support for artists and non-profit visual, literary and performing arts organizations that serve the Beaverton community.Read More Beaverton Arts Program Grant Recipients Announced
After a two-year hiatus, Bike Beaverton, Volunteer Fair, Flicks by the Fountain, National Night Out, and Beaverton Celebration Parade, will all be making a comeback!Read More Signature Events Are Coming Back in Person
Take the survey!Read More What Do You Want the City to Look Like in 10 Years?
At the May 17, 2022, Primary Election, there are four city councilor positions open for election.Read More Primary Election Is May 17
The city is moving ahead with the community’s vision for a year-round homeless shelter.Read More Bringing a Long-Term Vision to Reality: A Year-Round Shelter for Beaverton
As spring has arrived, the Beaverton Winter Shelter will be closing its doors on Tuesday, May 31, marking the end of its sixth season.Read More Additional Resources to Address Homelessness
The Downtown Loop is a key city initiative to enhance walking, biking and transit on Southwest Hall Boulevard and Southwest Watson Avenue in downtown Beaverton.Read More Share Your Thoughts on the Downtown Loop!
The Center for Mediation and Dialogue (CMD) serves residents of Washington County, east of Southwest 185th Avenue with free mediation, facilitation, and one-on-one conflict coaching.Read More Manufactured Home Mediation Services Available
Community members are encouraged to celebrate the Fourth of July this year safely, including attending a professional fireworks display, watching a televised fireworks event, or celebrating Independence Day without fireworks.Looking for a fun event to celebrate Fourth of July?The city is proud to partner with Tualatin Hills Parks and Recreation District to bring you a […]Read More Celebrate Safely This Fourth of July