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Beaverton Community Vision
Rock the Block with the VAC! 
The City of Beaverton's Visioning Advisory Committee is organizing a neighborhood clean-up day:
What: Visioning Community Clean-Up Day (event flier)
When: Saturday, November 15, 2014
Time: 9 AM to noon
Where: Vose neighborhood

Volunteer:  We are looking for groups and individuals to help rake leaves and clean yards for residents of the Vose neighborhood.  Students can earn community service credit.

Donate:  We are also seeking donations of yard cleaning supplies, and beverages and snacks for volunteers.

More Information:  To sign up, donate, or get more information, contact Erin Gordenier at 503-526-2232 or .    
Visioning Annual Report Now Available

Find out the latest about our progress in the the 2014 Beaverton Community Vision annual report. 94 percent of all visioning actions are now implemented or underway, and we are now preparing to update the plan with new ideas and actions.  Watch the Visioning Advisory Committee's report to the Beaverton City Council on February 18 for more information.



Holly Thompson
Ph: (503) 526-2658

Erin Gordenier
Ph: (503) 526-2232

Beaverton Community Vision
City of Beaverton
P.O. Box 4755
Beaverton, OR 97076

Fax: (503) 526-2479

Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Beaverton Community Vision Video 
Check out this video featuring several of our partners:

Beaverton Community Vision was honored with the 2011 Award of Excellence - Community Visioning by 3CMA (City County Communications and Marketing Association). Read more.

The project was also named 2011 Public Involvement Project of the Year - Best Planning Project by the Cascade Chapter of the International Association for Public Participation. Read more.

About Beaverton Community Vision
What would you do to make Beaverton better? Beaverton Community Vision is an award-winning citywide project to determine what kind of community we want to be in the future. Thousands of citizens shared their ideas for Beaverton. From those ideas, we have developed an action plan to guide our future community decisions for decades to come, which was adopted by the City Council on September 20, 2010.

More than 60 community partners have adopted actions from the Beaverton Community Vision action plan.

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