The city thrives as an ethnically diverse, welcoming city, where all its residents are an essential part of the Beaverton community.Read More Four Affordable Housing Complexes are Coming to Beaverton!
Beaverton is working to update city rules about where different types of housing can be built in residential neighborhoods. As we explore ideas as part of the Housing Options Project, we would like your help to understand how private agreements limit housing variety (current or in the past) and influence who lives where.Read More Do Private Rules Limit Housing Options in Your Neighborhood? Let us Know!
The city has announced that the new user-friendly Beaverton Development Code is now live at http://www.BeavertonOregon.gov/developmentcode.Read More City Launches Easier to Use Development Code Site
Our local restaurants have been some of the hardest hit during the pandemic. The city is pleased to continue to support The Commons, a socially distanced, outdoor dining space located on Southwest 1st Street in the heart of Old Town’s restaurant row, where parties of six or less can bring takeout from any of the area restaurants.Read More Support Local Restaurants by Dining Outdoors!
Como parte de las iniciativas de la Ciudad de Beaverton para apoyar a los empresarios locales, se ofrecen subsidios de hasta $50,000 a los negocios en el centro de la ciudad y sobre la Allen Boulevard. Se puede utilizar estos fondos para mejoras al interior y exterior de los negocios.Read More Programas de Subsidios para Mejoras de Fachadas y Locatarios
As part of the City of Beaverton’s effort to enhance our local business community, matching grants up to $50,000 are available to businesses in downtown and along Allen Boulevard.Read More Storefront and Tenant Improvement Grant Programs
Beaverton immediately recognized the negative impacts that COVID-19 would have on small businesses and was one of the first cities in Oregon to provide emergency business grants.Read More Grant Programs Deliver for Beaverton’s Small Businesses
The CARES Act has been hard at work bringing joy and connection to the Beaverton community!Read More Creating Community with CARES Act: Mental Health and Community Psyche Grants Bring Events to Area
Five businesses have been selected from a pool of nearly 50 applicants as winners of the sixth annual Beaverton Startup Challenge sponsored by the Oregon Technology Business Center (OTBC), West Side Startup Fund angel investors and the City of Beaverton.Read More 2021 Startup Challenge Winners Announced
Do you have an extra room in your home? Could you benefit from sharing expenses? Would you like help with tasks such as grocery shopping, transportation or cleaning?Read More Housing Providers Needed for Beaverton Metro HomeShare Program