Beaverton City Library is pleased to announce that Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption by Bryan Stevenson is the selection for the third annual One Book, One Beaverton.Read More What if all of Beaverton read the same book?
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
The Cooper Mountain area includes more than 1,200 acres along Beaverton’s southwestern city limits. The city is leading a planning effort to determine how to provide new homes, roads, parks and welcoming neighborhoods to Cooper Mountain.Read More Get To Know Cooper Mountain
Beaverton’s boards and commissions support city functions and advise the City Council and mayor on a variety of issues and topics, including human rights, the arts, social services, diversity and more.Read More Boards and Commissions Meetings are now online
Meet your neighbors and find out about what’s going on in your neighborhood.Read More Attend a Neighborhood meeting!
The Downtown Loop Urban Design and Transportation Plan is an effort to improve experiences walking and biking downtown.Read More City Launches Planning to Improve Getting Around Downtown
The City of Beaverton is hosting Free Leaf Disposal Events to allow residents to get rid of unwanted leaves.Read More Get rid of unwanted leaves at leaf disposal events