There is no doubt that arts and culture are a big part of what makes Beaverton a special place to live. Not only am I in awe of the tremendous talent in our community, but I appreciate the contributions that our arts and culture organizations make to our community.Read More Mayor’s Message
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the City of Beaverton is working to help local businesses through these difficult times.Read More Beaverton Supports Local Businesses Through Programs, Grants
A report was released this summer on the emergency COVID-19 shelters opened during the first few months of the pandemic, including in Beaverton. Beaverton Severe Weather Shelter (BSWS) was open for 63 additional days this spring past its usual opening, providing a safe place for adults experiencing homelessness to shelter in place.Read More Report Released on Extended Shelter During COVID-19
As businesses and government buildings reopen throughout Washington County, the City of Beaverton would like to emphasize the importance of keeping the public safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More City Introduces New Safety Procedures to Protect Public From COVID-19
The fountain at City Park will remain closed out of an abundance of caution and to ensure compliance with state guidelines.Read More City Park Fountain Remains Closed
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a devastating impact on the local arts economy and our arts organizations. The short- and long-term impacts will be difficult.Read More Relief Grants Available for Arts Organizations
I am writing this in the most politically charged time I have experienced. Washington County entered Phase 1 of reopening on June 1, to recover our economy, hopefully without spiking the Coronavirus.Read More Council Corner: Cate Arnold
In order to maintain the safety of the community and observe state government guidelines on large gatherings, many of Beaverton’s events will be presented in a different way this year.Read More Enjoy Beaverton Events in a Whole New Way!
Neighborhood meetings are back! Beginning in May, the city’s Neighborhood Association Committees (NACs) started hosting virtual meetings using Zoom’s webinar feature. This feature enables added security measures to prevent unintended sharing of video feeds and maintain an effective board meeting.Read More Find Out What’s Happening in Your Neighborhood From the Comfort of Your Couch!
In an effort to help the various organizations providing meals and operating food pantries, the City of Beaverton opened a food donation center in partnership with Village Church in May. The purpose of the center was to help keep up with increasing demand at a time when food supplies declined.Read More Food Donation Center Helps Meet Growing Regional Demands