In the last nine months, renters, homeowners, multigenerational families, single parents, affordable housing providers, older adults, and more have let us know why housing variety is important to them.Read More Why Is Housing Variety Important to You?
Intentionally engaging historically underserved and underrepresented communities in city decision-making processes is an important step toward advancing racial equity.Read More Inclusion Put First With New Housing Cohort
In mid-November, the state is expected to approve proposed rules meant to implement a 2019 state law that requires large cities, such as Beaverton, to allow duplexes on most lots and triplexes, quadplexes, cottage clusters and townhomes in residential areas where single-family detached homes are allowed.Read More Housing Rules for Single-Family Neighborhoods to be Finalized
Most residential neighborhoods in Beaverton limit new housing to single-family detached homes. Did you know that wasn’t true until the 1970s?Read More Housing Types of the Past to Shape Beaverton’s Future
Family Promise of Beaverton just celebrated its two-year mark supporting Beaverton families experiencing homelessness.Read More Family Promise of Beaverton’s Two-Year Anniversary!
The City of Beaverton is leading a planning effort to determine how to provide new homes, roads, parks and welcoming neighborhoods to Cooper Mountain – and we are asking for your feedback!Read More Share Your Ideas for the Future of Cooper Mountain
While those with secure housing are following orders to shelter-in-place, folks experiencing homelessness lack a place to do so and are struggling with decreased access to basic services and facilities. In response, the City of Beaverton has doubled down to offer more essential services including shelter, safe parking, restrooms and hygiene facilities. The city has […]Read More Essential Social Services Continue During COVID-19
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 […]Read More Residential Evictions Moratorium now in effect