After a two-year hiatus, Bike Beaverton, Volunteer Fair, Flicks by the Fountain, National Night Out, and Beaverton Celebration Parade, will all be making a comeback!Read More Signature Events Are Coming Back in Person
Although we won’t be gathering together for a tree lighting event this year, we encourage you to enjoy the lights around the city, including displays at Candy Cane Lane, The Grove, and The Round. The lights will be able to be enjoyed from 4 p.m. to 8 a.m. daily Friday, Dec. 3 through Thursday, Jan. […]Read More Check out Light Displays around Beaverton this Winter
The Beaverton Celebration Parade isn’t happening this year but there are many other fantastic opportunities coming up to celebrate Beaverton!Read More Check out Virtual and In-Person Events This Fall!
The city is doing everything it can to offer opportunities for our community members to connect, engage, and enjoy low-risk outdoor in-person events this year!Read More Safety First at Beaverton Events!
Zoom link (or, when applicable, the registration link) for each event in the web calendar.Read More Library events
The city is doing everything it can to offer opportunities for our community members to connect, engage, and enjoy low-risk outdoor in-person events this year!Read More City Events Planned With Safety in Mind
2020 was unlike any year our community has seen. The city maintained regular services in innovative ways to ensure all stay safe during the pandemic.Read More 2020-2021 Annual Report
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!
City of Beaverton non-essential Boards and Commissions meetings, as well as Neighborhood Association Committee (NAC) meetings, have been temporarily canceled in accordance with Governor Kate Brown’s Executive Order 20-12.Read More Updates on Events, Boards and Commissions, and Neighborhood Meetings