The city’s Community Visioning process is ongoing.Read More It’s Not Too Late to Have Your Voice Heard!
Take the survey!Read More What Do You Want the City to Look Like in 10 Years?
Community Vision Work Continues in 2022.Read More Your Vision: What Do You Want the City to Look Like in 10 Years?
The first step to installing traffic calming devices on a roadway is to submit a written request to the city traffic engineer, who will determine eligibility of the requested location for traffic calming.Read More How Does Traffic Calming Work?
Making Downtown Welcoming For All, Open Space Planning Effort Underway, Share Your Thoughts on Making Downtown More WalkableRead More Downtown Equity / Downtown Parks / Downtown Loop
Learn how to add some greenery to your neighborhood!Read More Highland Neighborhood Plants Trees
Food is a precious resource and there’s a lot more to save than money when we reduce wasted food.Read More The Value of Food
24/7 at the Beaverton Community Center, operated by Just Compassion of East Washington CountyRead More Beaverton Winter Shelter Open Through May 31
In an effort to keep the public informed about 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
An Oregon White Oak tree located along the West Side Trail behind The Portland Clinic at 15950 SW Millikan near Canyon Road has been nominated for the 2022 Urban Forestry Significant Tree Restoration Grant.Read More Oregon White Oak Restored in February