October 2023

Enjoy the fall!

Road News October 2023

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

Recycling News October 2023

* Community members in urban unincorporated Washington County can now include food scraps in their yard debris roll carts
* Westside Planet Alliance Recycling Event
• SHS Recycling

Cedar Mill Farmers Market seeks sponsors and volunteers for 2024

We had such an incredible 2023 season at the Cedar Mill Farmers Market! A big THANKS to our board and our staff! We wouldn’t be able to maintain our market without the help of these awesome people. We also greatly rely on sponsorships…

Business News October 2023

coiling on gourds

• CMBA October Meeting
• Hometown Taste Restaurant & Lounge grand opening!
• Early Music Studio
• Preschool Open House
• Fall Festival at Anthology of Beaverton
• VGA October news
• Cedar Mill’s real estate market: Prepping your home to sell in 2024
• Polarity Therapy Sessions Available!
• Sunset Credit Union now offers fraud protection

CPO News October 2023

• October CPO 1 meeting: Domestic Extremism in our county; WCSO and scanners
• Future of the CPO/CCI system: BCC to hear latest OEICE proposal
• Neighborhood Meetings
9400 SW Taylor Street
• Development Applications
Malia Lane two-parcel partition
Mountain View Ridge
• Proposed Plan Amendment:
Commons at Sylvan Highlands
• CPO1 September meeting notes

Community News October 2023

• Free COVID-19 tests available
• Garage Sale at Skyline Grange
• 4-H Open House
• Developmental Disabilities Resource Fair
• Cedar Mill Community Club meeting
• Sunset Youth Lacrosse offers free clinic for new players
• Learn about historical Vanport
• Tour the Hillsboro Pioneer Cemetery
• Free legal services available
• Cooking safety starts with YOU
• BEF’s Annual Fundraiser—Answer the Call
• Powerful Tools for Caregivers
• Viva Village news & events

Arts & Entertainment October 2023

Euphonos Ensemble with their instruments

• Big Horn Brass Classy Afternoon Concert
• TVC Artist Mingle
• Annelies: The voice of Anne Frank
• Washington County Open Studios Tour
• Euphonos Ensemble offers concert to benefit BSD Clothes Closet
• A sampling of October events at the Reser
• Diwali Bazaar
• Cultural Coalition of Washington County 2024 Grant Applications Now Open
• 34th Annual Sunset Classic Marching Band Competition

Washington County News October 2023

Sheriff Garrett announces retirement, recommends Massey as interim [UPDATE October 3] Acting on their authority under Oregon law and Washington County ordinance, the Board of County Commissioners voted unanimously today to appoint Undersheriff Caprice Massey as Sheriff, upon the retirement of current Sheriff Pat Garrett. Garrett is retiring after serving a notable 35-year career with the Washington

Garden & Nature October 2023

fox sparrow in snow

• Treekeepers of Washington County
• Washington County Master Gardener programs
• Tualatin SWCD Fall Workshops
• CWS 31st Annual Leaf Disposal & Food Drive
• Audubon October programs
• Tualatin SWCD Fall Workshops
• Annual Native Plant Event
• Ivy Removal at West TV Elementary

Should Oregon taxpayers subsidize the Hops’ Hillsboro stadium?

hops stadium

The owners of the Hillsboro Hops want the legislature to help build a new home for the team they own.

Wetlands, trees, and community participation are under new legal threat

The annual housing production goal of 36,000 additional housing units at all levels of affordability across the state represents an 80% increase over current construction trends.

Park News October 2023

cornell road 102nd to 113th logo

• THPRD budget update
• Apply for Advisory Committees or the Budget Committee
• THPRD Park Maintenance Update
• October Events near Cedar Mill from THPRD
• October Events near Cedar Mill from Hillsboro Parks & Recreation
• Halloween in Downtown Hillsboro

Senior Aging: Embracing Our New Normals

For many seniors, the sense of normal changes in a flash; for others it’s a series of gradual shifts. Being forced to change our “old normal” to a “new normal” can force us to rethink who we are and how we need to adjust going forward.

Leedy Grange News October 2023

Leedy Grange has all kinds of fun new activities starting up this fall. We are working with our talented renters and members to provide Free After School Programs.

Library Events and Programs October 2023

ghost and pumpkin in front of library

• Multiple Age Groups
• Kids
• Teens & Tweens
• Adults
• Second Edition Resale
• Library Book Sale