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?
In an effort to keep the public informed on major construction going on around the city, this “Projects at a Glance” list will continue to be updated.Read More Capital Improvement Program Projects at a Glance
The city has spent the better part of a decade partnering with the nonprofit Unite Oregon to cultivate leaders from historically marginalized communities through the Beaverton Organizing & Leadership Development (BOLD) Program.Read More Cultivating Leaders in a Pandemic: BOLD in 2020 and 2021
We’re planning new neighborhoods for Cooper Mountain, and we need your advice on what makes a welcoming and inclusive neighborhood where everyone can thrive. We’re inviting you to an online interactive event at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Jul. 29.Read More Help Us Plan for Beaverton’s Next Neighborhoods
Most cleaning projects can be handled by simple, everyday ingredients like vinegar, baking soda and soap.Read More Greener Cleaners — Simple Tips for a Safer Home
When it comes to talking about climate change solutions, the focus can quickly turn to solar energy, electric vehicles or some new, flashy or exciting technology, like carbon capture, wave-generated power or seaweed farming.Read More Save Money, Save Energy, Help the Environment
While some things have slowed down due to the pandemic, Beaverton’s boards and commissions members have been hard at work supporting our community in a multitude of ways.Read More Beaverton Boards and Commissions: Contributing to Our Community
The library might look a little different but both locations are open for browsing, computers, printing and more.Read More Miss the Library? Both Locations Are Open!
June 1 – August 15Read More Read to Feed with Adult Summer Reading 2021
June 1 – August 15Read More Reading Colors Your World: Summer Reading 2021 for Kids & Teens