Road News June 2023

• Thompson realignment project 
• Three pedestrian/bike improvements for Bethany area to be built this summer
• Cornell Road improvement
• Filbert sidewalk

June 2023 New business news

• Mio Sushi opening soon in Milltowner
• Life Time Work & Fitness open now

History News June 2023


• Heritage Fruit Tree Saplings Available from Friends of the Young House
• Washington County Museum reopens June 24

Community Club news

Our first meeting was on May 17, in-person at the Cedar Mill library and via zoom. Virginia Bruce began with an introduction to current and proposed events and projects, plus her enthusiastic in-depth vision of what the club’s structure could eventually be. The meeting was a terrific start with people attending providing ideas about what we are interested in organizing.

CPO 1 News June 2023

• June meeting
• Dale Street Development
• Washington County and the State SNR Abatement Order
• Future of the CPO system
• Development Proposals
• CPO 1 May 2023 Meeting Notes
• Westside Multimodal Improvements Study
• Volunteering at BSD Schools, and District Update

WashCo News June 2023

• New animal shelter?
• Heat-mapping our region
• Short-term rental policy and the 2023-25 LUT Work Plan
• Time, Place, Manner Ordinance to address homeless camping

School News June 2023

• Architect works with Cedar Mill students
• Rock Creek Elementary Indigenous Games
• Local BSD students win national recognition
• Rishab Jain named 2023 U.S. Presidential Scholar
• Sunset High School will soon have a new track!

Business News June 2023

farmers market

• Cedar Mill Farmers Market June highlights
• CMBA monthly meeting
• Kick off summer in style at Cornell Farm’s Annual Solstice Celebration
• New Portland Animal Massage Studio
• Big Rocks Organizing presents: Ask the Organizer Series
• Three Generations of Rose Festival Royalty at Touchmark
• All Around Volleyball Academy
• Laurel Parc holds hiring event
• Village Gallery of Arts events and classes
• The Real Estate Market, season by season

Garden News June 2023

mason bees

* ODA suspends special yard debris collection over budget issues
• Master Gardener classes
• Meet the Mason bees and friends
• Native Plants and the Backyard Habitat Certification Program

Protecting Agricultural Viability in Washington County 

farmer on tractor

As Oregonians, we are lucky to have agriculture deeply seeded in our economy and cultural heritage. The Willamette Valley is one of the most diverse agricultural regions on earth due to its rich, fertile soils and ample rainfall. Washington County is among the top-producing agricultural counties in the state and home to thousands of acres of farms, farming families, and farm-related businesses.

Park News June 2023

painting a mural

• THPRD Park News
• THPRD’s newest Talking Walls Project celebrates Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage

Library News June 2023

library owl logo

• Summer reading for all ages!
• Summer Reading Festival
• Home Depot Kids Workshop
• Who Would Win Party
• Red, White & Blue Wand Craft
• Storytimes
• Teens & Tweens
• Legendary Zelda Fest
• Health Coverage Basics
• Fraud Prevention Training
• Technology Open Lab
• Spanish Conversation Hour
• Medicare 101
• Monthly Groups for Adults
• Second Edition Resale
• Library Book Sale

Community News June 2023

master recyclers

• Join us for a flea market at Skyline Grange!
• Major disaster prep
• Sunset HS marching band: firework fundraiser 
• Beaverton Community Band concert
• Treekeepers June events
• Milltown Soccer Camp
• Life Is Brewtiful blood drive
• Boat rentals from Tualatin Riverkeepers
• Discovery Day is right around the corner! 
• Master Recycler registration open
• Special Recycle+ collection in June
• Bethany Village Last Day of School celebration
• Ask WCSO
• New art exhibition and featured events to celebrate pride 
• Viva Village June events