During the Oct. 5 City Council meeting, council unanimously voted to approve ordinance 21250, extending eviction protections from 60 to 90 days to renters living within the city.Read More City Council Passes Ordinance to Extend Eviction Protections
Utility billing online payments are transitioning to a new system.Read More Important Information About Your Water, Sewer Bill!
The city is redesigning our website to create a more user-friendly experience.Read More New City Website Coming This Year!
The City of Beaverton is pleased to announce Mayor Lacey Beaty will deliver her annual State of the City address at 12 p.m. on Tuesday, Mar. 29.Read More State of the City is March 29!
After many years of planning and more than two years of construction, the Patricia Reser Center for the Arts (“The Reser”) will soon be open for all to gather around the power, beauty, and impact of the arts.Read More Patricia Reser Center for the Arts Set to Open in March
Tualatin Valley Creates, the City of Hillsboro Cultural Arts Division and the City of Beaverton Arts Program have partnered to produce the Creative Impact Workshops, a series of professional development opportunities for Washington County artists and cultural organizations to discuss pertinent topics related to navigating the nonprofit and art world.Read More Free Workshops Available for Artists and Arts Organizations
The city is excited to bring back Ten Tiny Dances, a public event that features a wide variety of dancers and is designed to engage audiences with unique performances and settings.Read More Ten Tiny Dances Is Back!
Applications are now open for a variety of art grants and scholarships.Read More Beaverton Arts Grants and Youth Awards
Beaverton has made a commitment to providing downtown parking management strategies that support residents’, businesses’, and visitors’ needs.Read More Downtown Parking Management and Action Plan Update
Beaverton has added many amenities for downtown users in recent years— amazing restaurants, shops, a new fountain, more housing, and the soon-to-open Patricia Reser Center for the Arts to name a few.Read More Downtown Parking: Know Where to Go