The Shelter Code Project is working to update the city’s development rules to determine where and how the city should allow different types of shelters, including for people experiencing homelessness, survivors of domestic violence, folks without air conditioning in a heat wave, and those displaced by wildfire or other disaster.Read More Shelter Code Project
Comprehensive Plan and Development Code changes that will allow duplexes, triplexes, quadplexes, townhouses, and cottage clusters in Beaverton’s residential neighborhoods will be the subject of a Wednesday, May 11 Planning Commission public hearing.Read More New Housing Variety Rules Head to Public Hearing
Ethnically and socially diverse neighborhoods are what makes Beaverton such a special community to live in.Read More Nonprofit Tax Exemption Program
The city is pleased to offer a new grant opportunity to businesses citywide wishing to expand into parking lots or on-street parking.Read More Grants Available for Outdoor Structures
Many of you shared your ideas, concerns and priorities for housing through the Housing Options Project and Cooper Mountain Community Plan efforts.Read More How Should Beaverton Add More Housing?
You shared your ideas. Throughout the year, community members shared their thoughts and preferences on where and how the city should allow diverse housing types in existing neighborhoods through the Housing Options Project (HOP) and future neighborhoods through the Cooper Mountain Community Plan.Read More City Seeks to Expand Housing Opportunity
Beaverton residents and business owners have spoken … the majority want outdoor seating to become a permanent fixture of Beaverton.Read More Outdoor Dining to Become Permanent
Get ready to dine local and taste global during the fifth annual Beaverton Restaurant Week Thursday, Sep. 23 through Sunday, Oct. 3.Read More Beaverton Restaurant Week is Sep. 23 through Oct. 3
treet between Watson and Washington Avenues and is open every day from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. through Sunday, Oct. 31.Read More 1st Street Dining Commons Now Includes a New Kids Zone!
The Beaverton Startup Challenge is currently accepting applications from for-profit, early-stage growth businesses with ambition and potential to succeed!Read More 2022 Startup Challenge Now Accepting Applications