City Council meetings are open to the public, online and are televised multiple times on community access television (TVCTV).Read More City Council Meetings
he Patricia Reser Center for the Arts (“The Reser”) has unveiled its opening season and announced its grand opening week of events, which will begin with a performance by Nobuntu on Tuesday, Mar. 8 in commemoration of International Women’s Day, and continue with The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra on Saturday, Mar. 12 and Shine the Light: A Community Celebration on Sunday, Mar. 13.Read More Patricia Reser Center for the Arts Unveils Grand Opening Spring Season
Spring is coming! I’m excited to share with you this year’s State of the City address (3/29, noon).Read More Mayor’s Message
Community Vision Work Continues in 2022.Read More Your Vision: What Do You Want the City to Look Like in 10 Years?
Beaverton residents interested in running for election to the Beaverton City Council can obtain a Candidate’s Filing Handbook.Read More Beaverton City Council Election Filing Open Through March 8
El Programa de Servicios Comunitarios de la ciudad está colaborando con el Centro de Prosperidad del Centro Cultural del Condado de Washington para un Programa Piloto de Empoderamiento Económico.Read More Nueva Programación Acerca del Empoderamiento Económico
The city’s Community Services Program is partnering with Centro Cultural of Washington County’s Centro de Prosperidad to launch an Economic Empowerment Pilot Program.Read More New Economic Empowerment Programming
The Community Action outreach worker is back at the main library!Read More Community Action Outreach Worker at the Main Library
Find out what projects are happening near you!Read More Let’s Talk Transportation!
The first step to installing traffic calming devices on a roadway is to submit a written request to the city traffic engineer, who will determine eligibility of the requested location for traffic calming.Read More How Does Traffic Calming Work?