City Council has selected Miranda Summer as Beaverton Municipal Court’s newest associate judge. Prior to working for the city, Summer was in private practice, primarily as a family law attorney, as well as working as a pro tem judge for Washington County Circuit Court and Beaverton Municipal Court. She also has experience working for the Office of Administrative Hearings as an administrative law judge. Summer is a member of […]Read More Miranda Summer Named Associate Judge
Ever wondered, “What can I do to make a difference or maybe just a dent?” The Beaverton Climate Challenge was designed to help answer that question! It provides a range of options to reduce household emissions by examining everyday actions and choices.Read More Climate Challenge Gives You a Chance to Change the World!
With winter coming, the weather could be life-threatening to people without housing. In collaboration with Just Compassion of East Washington County and Washington County, the city will be opening the Beaverton Severe Weather Shelter (BSWS) in a more robust way than before.Read More Beaverton Severe Weather Shelter Expands for the Winter Season
Registration is open for the Center for Mediation and Dialogue’s 32-hour Basic Mediation online training. This training will introduce participants to the themes, practices and skills of becoming a mediator.Read More Become a Mediator! Training Starts in January
Last winter was mild, but are you ready for what this winter might have in store?Read More Winter is Near — Are You Ready?
Do you need holiday gift ideas for the kids and teens in your life? Check out the library’s Holiday Booklist Gift Guide for new books featuring diverse characters from various backgrounds and walks of life.Read More Find the Perfect Gift This Holiday Season!
Thirty thousand students in Beaverton have a special card that unlocks a world of possibility — their library Youth Access Card!Read More Youth Access Card provides pathway to learning
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, both Beaverton City Library (BCL) buildings continue to be closed. However, library staff are dedicated to providing services to library patrons through innovative services.Read More Library Continues to Offer Virtual Services During Pandemic
The city partnered with Washington County Elections department to install a driveup ballot drop-box on Hall Boulevard across the street from the library and provide traffic management for 24/7 ballot returns.Read More Ballot Drop-off Information
The Teen Art Show is an annual event at Beaverton City Library, highlighting the artwork of talented teen artists in Washington County.Read More Teen Art Show