Beaverton voters approved a new city charter in the May 2020 election that changed the city’s form of government from a strong mayor to a council manager structure.Read More Know Your Government: What Does a City Manager do?
City Council meetings are open to the public, available for online viewing and televised multiple times on community access television (TVCTV).Read More City Council Meetings
In an effort to keep the public informed on major construction going on around the city, this “Projects at a Glance” list will continue to be updated.Read More Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Projects at a Glance
The Beaverton Committee For Community Involvement will be hosting the Beaverton Virtual Voters’ Forum at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Apr. 29.Read More Voters’ Forum is April 29
The city is constructing a drinking water storage reservoir and other associated improvements in the South Cooper Mountain area.Read More Cooper Mountain Reservoir Now Under Construction
In January, the new Beaverton city councilors and mayor took part in a small ceremony welcoming them to their new roles.Read More New City Councilors, Mayor
Beaverton is working to update city rules about where different types of housing can be built in residential neighborhoods. As we explore ideas as part of the Housing Options Project, we would like your help to understand how private agreements limit housing variety (current or in the past) and influence who lives where.Read More Do Private Rules Limit Housing Options in Your Neighborhood? Let us Know!
The city has announced that the new user-friendly Beaverton Development Code is now live at http://www.BeavertonOregon.gov/developmentcode.Read More City Launches Easier to Use Development Code Site
It can be hard to know how to help those most vulnerable during the pandemic but there are lots of ways to support fellow community members struggling to meet their basic needs during this timeRead More Simple Ways to Show Compassion to Those Experiencing Homelessness
During the second half of 2020, the city’s Human Rights Advisory Commission (HRAC) hosted a series of six dialogue sessions with Beaverton Police Department (BPD) Chief Ronda Groshong and her staff. TRead More BPD-HRAC Inquiry Sessions Report Released, City Council Hears Recommendations