The city recently posted the complete list of concerts at The Walters this year, but there’s no quick way to hear a little bit of every artist. Until now.
Not sure whether you live in Hillsboro, but afraid to ask your neighbors? Don’t worry, we won’t judge you.
Oregon Health & Sciences University (OHSU) plans to add 125,230 square feet to their Hillsboro campus in the next 10 years, potentially employing 190 additional people.
Measure 105, on the ballot in November thanks to a petition drive, would overturn Oregon’s longstanding sanctuary law. Washington County’s district attorney and sheriff both oppose the measure.
Bike and scooter sharing programs now need a permit from the City Manager in order to operate inside Hillsboro, but city staff will not be issuing permits for a year or so.
The new system, announced at last night’s city council meeting, is called “HiHillsboro WiFi.” That name doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue, but it’s free Wi-Fi so who cares?
City council took two steps toward municipal gigabit internet access on Tuesday, June 19, approving a rough plan to staff the utility and executing a contract to design and build the first phase of the project.
Block 67, better known as the former Hanks Thriftway site, is shaping up to be a mixed use development with office space, apartments, and potentially a small grocery store in the vein of Trader Joes.
Hillsboro’s City Council seems divided about the prospect of adding food composting to city waste collection services. Councillors discussed the idea with staff during a May 15 work session.
Residential garbage rates are going up $2.90 a month in Hillsboro following a City Council vote last week. The change was prompted in part by new requirements in China for recycled goods.