Development News July 2021

• Sunset Athletic Club’s new facility is coming along!
• Dinihanian Farm update

A neighbor joins the Space Force!

Dallas' family

Erin Palmer, owner of The Wine Cellar in Cedar Mill, posted proudly on Facebook that her son was accepted into the Space Force, so we had to learn more!

Business News July 2021

Kathy Deal Featured Artist

• Village Gallery of Arts
• Impressions By Veronica Art Workshops
• CMBA July meeting
• Discover Sunset Credit Union this summer

Road News July 2021

Gate at Ridge Rd. on McDaniel

• Ridge/McDaniel gate update
• Kenny Terrace bike-ped and widening
• Walker/Murray intersection project
• Maintenance and mowing on our roads
• Laidlaw road closure
• ODOT News
• Night paving on Sunset Highway

Living bouquets in containers

Because I have so many perennials and shrubs in my garden, I like to grow annuals in large containers—15-20 inches—because they don’t dry out so quickly, and slugs have a harder time accessing them.

CPO 1 News July 2021

leahy park map

• No July or August meetings
• CPO 1 June Meeting Summary
• Neighborhood meetings

Washington County News July 2021

* Conflict at WashCo Planning Commission
* No fireworks ban for Washington County or nearby cities

Community News July 2021

chalk art on sidewalk

• Parenting in the Digital Age: Keeping Kids Safe Online
• Beaverton Community Band
• Portlandia Brass Ensemble performs at Springville Farms
• Urban Wildfire: Protecting your home this Summer
• Keep Washington County quiet and clean
• Chalk is popping up across Portland-Metro this summer
• Sunset HS Marching Band Can & Bottle Drive
• Washington County Fair
• Pasifika Unity Festival
• Free summer events through THPRD
• 5-Week Computer Science Workshops for Middle School Girls
• Modernizing Oregon’s Recycling System
• Latte & Learn Series
• Aging & Veteran Services Advisory Council Seeking New Members
* Chlorine shortage doesn’t affect Tualatin Valley Water
• BSD Bus Driver Hiring Events
• Oregon FBI Accepting Applications for its 2021 Fall Citizens Academy Program
• National Night Out
• Virtual Social Justice Camp for Youth
• Viva Village activities
• ArtPass Membership Program Launching this July

Art in the Beaverton School District

Vicky Siah Art can be exuberant, raging, tranquil: the way we express ourselves through media belies our deepest loves, desires, and fears. In this sense, the fine arts are an escape from the monotony of everyday life, allowing us to find ourselves and examine the world as we feel it.  Amidst a global pandemic, self-expression—art—becomes

School News July 2021

• Possible future bond funding for BSD
• ACMA will welcome students back this fall
• Tumwater Middle School ready for students
• Digital summer resources to prevent “summer slide”
• BSD 2021 parent survey
• ParentSquare chat replaces Messenger
• Rent Assistance
• Summer bike rodeos

Legislative update

* Virtual Town Hall with Senator Steiner Hayward, Representative Dexter, and Representative Helm
* Session wrap from Representative Dexter
* Forest Park Walks
* Morning Coffee

Library News July 2021


• Writers’ Mill Writing Workshop
Expanded hours at Beaverton City library
Cedar Mill and Bethany Community Library News
• Teens & Tweens
• Kids
• Adults
• Second Edition Resale Sidewalk Sale
• Library Book Sale

STOP at 4 to save lives

“Stop at 4” is an ongoing safety campaign to educate families about children and window safety.