Proposed Levy for Countywide Library Services, Measure 34-297 on May 19, 2020 Ballot

Since 1976, public library service in Washington County has been provided through a partnership of the County, nine cities and three nonprofit organizations. Beaverton City Library is one of the founding members of the Cooperative. Washington County Cooperative Library Services (WCCLS) is the primary source of funding for public library operations countywide. Additionally, WCCLS’ central […]

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Council Corner: Mark Fagin

Please Vote in Our May 19th Election   With all that is happening in the world right now, voting may not be at the forefront of your mind, but it is time. In addition to electing a Mayor and two City Councilors, there are important decisions to be made on a Countywide Library Services Levy and […]

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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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Proposed Measure to Amend City Charter Frequently Asked Questions

What is a city charter? A city charter is like a constitution that outlines the principles, structures and process of government. It is a legal document that defines an organization, as well as its powers, functions and essential procedures. Like constitutions at federal and state governments, the City of Beaverton has a charter that describes the […]

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