Departments and Programs
In order to sustain high-quality art within the community, the Arts Program provides culturally enriching activities, programs, and services throughout the year.
The Mission of the City Attorney’s Office is to provide responsive, high-quality, cost-effective legal, risk and records management services to the mayor, city council, city staff and all of the city’s departments, agencies, and boards and commissions.
The City Services and Engagement (CSE) Department provides public engagement, city recorder, facilities and other general services to the public and to city departments. The department also takes a lead role in city communications and elections. The department uses The Beaverton Community Vision as a guiding document, an award-winning citywide project, to determine what kind of community we want to be in the future.
At Code Compliance, our mission is to enhance neighborhood livability and the quality of life in Beaverton by helping residents and businesses understand and comply with the City Code.
The Community Development Department strives to ensure our community’s long-term livability through a quality business environment, strong neighborhoods, well-built infrastructure and buildings, wonderful spaces and places for our community to gather, revitalization of our downtown core, and improved mobility throughout the region.
Beaverton's Community Gardens Program offers a space where residents can come together to grow food, community, and a sense of place.
The mission of the Cultural Inclusion Program is to help the City of Beaverton become increasingly welcoming, inclusive, representative, and responsive to historically underrepresented and underserved communities, particularly communities of color, immigrants, and refugees.
The Center for Mediation and Dialogue is a free and confidential service of the Community Services and Engagement providing mediation, facilitation, and conflict resolution education to residents of Beaverton and Washington County east of 185th Avenue.
Today, Beaverton’s business climate is stronger than ever, with dynamic opportunities for growth, expansion, and success.
Emergency management studies risks, hazards and threats and helps communities prevent, prepare for, respond to, and recover from them. These may be natural hazards such as earthquakes or windstorms or manmade hazards such as hazardous materials spills or biological attacks. The City’s Emergency Management program oversees the City’s CERT, Amateur Radio, and Preparedness Outreach volunteer programs.
The City of Beaverton offers many ways to become involved in and learn more about our community by sponsoring educational, fun, family-friendly events and activities for the public.
Our mission is to preserve the City’s financial integrity and to ensure the timeliness of financial information, the adequacy of internal accounting and budgetary controls, and the safekeeping of the City’s assets.
The Human Resources Department partners with managers and employees to plan, develop, evaluate, and provide strategies that support a fair and equitable human resources system that values employees and maximizes individual and organization performance.
Information Technology (IT) coordinates voice, data, spatial analysis (GIS), Internet, Intranet, image, and video at three major city locations: City Hall, the Operations Center, and the Library.
Visit the website of the Beaverton City Library.
Quickly connect to resources and relevant information here.
Visit the department page of the Beaverton Municipal Court.
The Neighborhood Program was established in order to preserve and enhance Beaverton by encouraging and supporting involvement of all residents in local and community activities.
Visit the website of the Beaverton Police.
Whether paving the roads, making sure your drinking water is safe, or watering the flower baskets downtown, your Public Works team is dedicated to keeping Beaverton moving.
Learn about the recycling, composting and garbage services in Beaverton.
Learn about Beaverton's efforts toward sustainability.
Find information about utility services in Beaverton.
The Web Management Division represents a central point for all external web assets: the City of Beaverton, Police and Library sites, partner sites, as well as internal sites.