City Provides Grants to Businesses, Business Recovery Center Opens in Beaverton

Beaverton, like many communities across the state and nation, has experienced unprecedented challenges due to COVID-19. To help slow the spread of infection, on Mar. 13 Governor Kate Brown issued the “Stay Home, Save Lives” policy. Since then, many businesses have been mandated to work remotely or close entirely, resulting in historic employment layoffs.

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Ballot Information

No postage is needed when you mail your ballot or drop your ballot off at an elections office or an official dropsite in the state.  Your ballot must be in the elections office or an official dropsite by 8 p.m. on Tuesday, May 19.   NOTICE: In response to the ongoing Covid-19 issue, all libraries across Washington County have been temporarily closed. Please refer […]

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Residential Evictions Moratorium now in effect

In response to COVID-19 the Mayor Denny Doyle and City Council passed a moratorium on evictions in Beaverton. Governor Kate Brown also declared a moratorium on evictions statewide for 90 days.  Support for residents remains a top priority. Please visit www.BeavertonOregon.gov/evictionmoratorium for the most up to date information. A hotline is also available by phone at 503-629-6427 and by […]

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