The Mary Ann is REACH Community Development’s first community in Beaverton, serving Latinx and low-income families with culturally specific, bilingual resident services through a partnership with Bienestar.Read More The Newly Constructed Mary Ann Apartments Are Now Open!
Hello friends! It’s wonderful to be in Beaverton, experiencing the beauty of my first fall season in the Pacific Northwest, as your new city manager.Read More City Manager’s Message
When planning a trip, buying a new appliance for your home, or deciding what to eat for dinner tonight, you might seek the advice of your friends and neighbors to make sure you are making the right choice.Read More The City Wants to Hear from You!
Ashley Hartmeier-Prigg was sworn into the Beaverton City Council in October.Read More Welcome Councilor!
The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) will deliver $350 billion for eligible state, local, territorial, and Tribal governments to respond to the COVID-19 emergency and bring back jobs.Read More City Council Discusses American Rescue Plan Act
City Council meetings are open to the public, online and are televised multiple times on community access television (TVCTV).Read More City Council Meetings
The Beaverton Winter Shelter will be open for the winter season to provide a warm, safe space for adults experiencing homelessness to stay. The shelter is a collaboration between the city, Just Compassion of East Washington County, and Washington County Supportive Housing Services.Read More Shelter Opening Soon for the Winter Season
Are you looking for a way to support the Beaverton Winter Shelter this year? Your help is needed to provide supplies to Beaverton residents experiencing homelessness.Read More Beaverton Winter Shelter Donation Drive-Thru
Resources in the Beaverton area that individuals and/or families who are in imminent risk or are experiencing homelessness can access.Read More Resources for People Experiencing Homelessness