Public Notice for Tree Removal on April 4
News and Events
Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation District has a variety of workshops this spring.
Free Bulky Waste Disposal Day is April 29
Free Bulky Waste Disposal Day 2023
Washington County Provides No-Turn Away Shelters Until Inclement Weather Ends
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 28, 2023
Washington County Provides No-Turn Away Shelters for Winter Weather Event on 1/28/2023 at 2 pm until inclement weather ends
Due to dangerous conditions, Washington County has activated severe weather shelters for anyone seeking shelter through the winter weather event. These beds supplement the Winter Shelter program which provides an additional 150 shelter beds from November 1, 2022, to May 31, 2023, for individuals, families, and medically fragile adults. Unhoused people seeking shelter may present in person at the locations listed below:
- The Salvation Army Building, 1440 SE 21st Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97123
- Accessible via TriMet route numbers 57
- Shelter Operator: Project Homeless Connect
- Beaverton Community Center, 12350 SW 5th St, Beaverton, OR
- Accessible via TriMet route numbers 52, 76, and 78
- Shelter Operator: Just Compassion
Shelters remain open 24 hours throughout the severe weather event. Hot meals are provided for guests, no one will be turned away, and pets are okay (be prepared to work with shelter staff as locations individual pet policies may vary).
If someone outside is unsheltered and whose life appears to be in danger, call 9-1-1. Otherwise, if you see someone about whom you are concerned during cold weather call the police non-emergency number at 503-629-0111 and request a welfare check.
Inclement Weather Shelters may activate beds in coordination with Multnomah County and accept participants when:
- Forecasted temperature of 25° F (-3.9° C) or below; or
- Forecasted snow accumulations of 1.0 inch or more; or
- Forecasted temperature at or below 32° F (0° C) with driving rain of 1.0 inch or more overnight.
If forecasted weather continues to require activation of the Inclement Weather shelters, up to date information can be found here: wcor.us/severeweathershelter
ABOUT DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING SERVICES:
The Department of Housing Services offers rental assistance to low-income households through various federally funded programs, creates affordable housing opportunities in the community for low- and moderate-income households through a combination of creative financing and partnerships with public and private entities and administers programs to address homelessness including A Road Home: Washington County’s 10-year Plan to End Homelessness and the Supportive Housing Services program.
An online version of this news release is available here: https://www.washingtoncountyor.gov/news/washington-county-provides-no-turn-away-shelters-winter-weather-event-1-28-2023-2-pm-until
Public Notice for Subdivision and Tree Removal Permit on February 7, 2023
Correction: This is for 16605 Upper Boones Ferry
Additional information on the Subdivision Application
Ladybug Run in Park
There will be a 5K and a 10K walk/run that will use the trail system around the dog off-leash area and the north loop between the hours of 6 am and 1 pm.
Join “New Year, Greener You” Game for January
One of the many ways people celebrate a new year is to create New Year’s resolutions. Join Washington County Solid Waste and Recycling in our “New Year, Greener You” game to help you achieve your sustainability goals for 2023! Whether your New Year’s resolution is to become “greener,” save money, have more fun, spend time with family, or even participate in events in your community, Goosechase is for you! Learn more.
Una de las muchas maneras con que la gente celebra un año nuevo es creando resoluciones de Año Nuevo. Únete a nuestro juego “Reverdece con el Año Nuevo” para ayudarte a realizar tus metas de sostenibilidad para el 2023. Ya sea que tus resoluciones incluyan el volverte más “verde”, ahorrar dinero, divertirte más, pasar más tiempo con tus seres amados, o participar en eventos comunitarios, ¡Goosechase está diseñada para ti! Aprende más.
Winter 2023 – City Newsletter
Providence Heart to Start Run in Park
There will be a 5K and a 10K walk/run that will use the trail system around the dog off-leash area and the north loop between the hours of 5 am and 12 pm.
Public Notice for Tree Removal on December 6, 2022
Public Notice for Tree Removal on December 6
Turkeython in Park
Participants will be running around the dog off-leash area and around the north loop trail between 8 am and 9:30 am on November 24th.
Application for sign permit for 17400 Upper Boones Ferry Road
The Planning Commission will address this sign application at their November 1 meeting which will be held via zoom.
Color rendering of the proposed sign
Regatta Run in Park
400 – 500 participants will be running next to the dog off-leash area and around the north loop trail between 7 am and 11 am on October 16th.
Halloween Parade in Durham
Please see the flyers below for information about a neighborhood parade for Halloween:
Fall 2022 – City Newsletter
Leaf Dumpsters for Residents
Public Notice for Tree Removal on October 4
Public Notice for tree removal on October 4
St. Jude Walk/Run in Park
Participants will run past the dog park and around the north loop trail between 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Application for Sign Permit for 16520 SW Upper Boones Ferry
The Planning Commission will address this sign application at their October 4 meeting which will be held via zoom.
Color rendering of the proposed sign
Public Notice for Tree Removal on September 6
Public Notice for tree removal on September 6