The City of Beaverton is excited to celebrate the sixth year of observing National Welcoming Week.Read More Creating Home Together: Welcoming Week 2020
There is no doubt that arts and culture are a big part of what makes Beaverton a special place to live. Not only am I in awe of the tremendous talent in our community, but I appreciate the contributions that our arts and culture organizations make to our community.Read More Mayor’s Message
With the recent news of schools starting remotely with no in-school services, I’ve been asked numerous times from families why it seems no one is asking how we help working parents.Read More Council Corner: Lacey Beaty
As the city reflects on and explores ways to respond to the current push to address systemic racism, the Beaverton Police Department (BPD) and the Human Rights Advisory Commission (HRAC) have embarked on a joint project. “BPD-HRAC Inquiry Sessions” are a dedicated space for listening and dialogue regarding police operations and policy, response to demands for police reform and consideration of long-term structures for community oversight.Read More Community Conversations, Inquiry Sessions Create Space for Dialogue
Beaverton voters approved a new city charter during the May 2020 election. The Beaverton Charter of 2021 becomes operational on Friday, Jan. 1, 2021, and implements changes to the city’s structure and guiding principles.Read More New City Charter Implementation Underway
The Mary Ann is a 54-unit, four-story apartment building to be constructed in the Old Town area in Beaverton. Over the past several years, REACH Community Development has been working with the City of Beaverton to identify a project in the city’s growing downtown core to meet the needs of working families.Read More Construction on New Affordable Housing Complex Begins
Beaverton Mayor Denny Doyle has named 25-year Beaverton Police Department veteran Ronda Groshong as the city’s Police Chief. Chief Groshong has been serving as the city’s Interim Police Chief since June 2019.Read More Groshong named Beaverton Police Chief
We know how important it is to have a seat at the table to share your voice in the issues that matter to you. Getting involved in local government is one way to do that.Read More You Make the Difference — Apply for Beaverton’s Boards & Commissions
There for you when you’re hungry or thirsty, whether you’ve got a hankering for fried rice or need your iced coffee fix, there’s no denying that takeout containers are convenient. But they are not recyclable at home or work. When you’re done with them, throw them in the trash.Read More Enjoyed Some Takeout Recently? Take the Containers out to the Trash!
Interested in helping us reach our goal of zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050? Sign up for the Beaverton’s Climate Challenge!Read More Plugged Into Saving the Planet? Join the Climate Challenge!