Category Archives: State Government

WashCo News February 2024

• County, state consider financial support for Hillsboro Hops stadium
• LUT now administering liquor license applications
• Intel seeking permit for increased air pollution
• Join a Washington County board or commission
• County Strategic Plan update—comments sought

Community News January 2024

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• Community Club news
• Bales Cedar Mill Memories meetup
• Telehealth service for free COVID-19 antiviral medication extended to March 31
• MAX Service Disruptions will affect airport transit
• TVWD Fluoridation pausing for construction
• PGE rates going up
• Is Your Go Bag Ready to Go? Free seminar from Neighbors Ready!
• Neighbors Ready Preparedness Progress Survey
• Virtual Town Hall
• Public Affairs Forum
• Afterschool is Cool poster contest
• Prepare for Winter Driving
• Rabbit Rescue
• HERO Kids Registry
• Domestic partnerships for all Oregon couples
• Viva Village January news

Legislative News November 2023

• US Representative Suzanne Bonamici Town Halls
• State Representative Lisa Reynolds Town Hall

Road News October 2023

• Cornell Road Ribbon Cutting
• Sidewalk Repair Grant Program
• Keep your storm drains clear
• CHB/Barnes intersection unsafe for bicycles

In first year, 988 crisis line helps more people than ever

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Over the past year, Oregon’s 988 crisis call centers provided mental health support during more than 53,000 calls, texts and chats—a significant increase from before. Prior to the launch of 988 last summer, people called a 10-digit number to reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, which did not have texting or chat features.

Legislative news

• Reynolds Town Hall in the Park!
• Reynolds Legislative News
• Oregon gets nearly $700 million to expand broadband

2023 Legislative report

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• Lisa Reynolds Legislative Report
• Virtual Town Hall
• Town Hall in the Park!

Legislative News

• Lisa Reynolds Virtual Office Hours
• Joint Town Hall on Poverty Reduction for Families with Children
• Constituent Coffee with Washington County Commissioner Pam Treece

Legislative News February 2023

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• State Representative Lisa Reynolds
• State Senator Steiner

CPO News December 2022

December meeting: Beaverton Education Foundation; State Senator Elizabeth Steiner

Help with internet and power bills!

Internet for All

Part of Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), gives low-income households a discount on internet services.

Election News May 2022

• Vote by May 17
• Campaign finance information
• Track your ballot

Community News May 2022

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• THPRD Summer Camps
• WashCo Bikes
• Rep. Maxine Dexter’s Town Hall
• Moving mom in—tips for a successful transition
• Apollograms
• Young Artists Concert
• Bethany Village Spring Market
• Ask WCSO: How does law enforcement respond to houselessness in our community?
• Young women can explore a career as a Firefighter
• Host a Prepare Your Neighborhood! meeting
• Take Action This Month!
• Celebrating diverse Asian American experiences in Oregon
• Civics for Adults: Citizen Activism 101: Making Change Happen
• Public Affairs Forum in May
• Rice Museum offering guided tours
• Viva Village May events
• Games! Games! Games!

Legislative News March 2022

• Maxine Dexter Zoom Town Hall
• End of Session Town Hall
• Tax information webinar
• Joint End-of-Session Town Hall

Legislative News February 2022

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• Legislative Town Hall
• OLIS: Tracking Legislation & Viewing Committee Meetings
• Testify in Committee Hearings