View open bids for consultants, service providers, contractors, vendors, and suppliers.
Find information about building inspections.
Section 7.01 of the City of Beaverton Municipal Code requires that anyone engaging in any business within the city limits is required to pay a business license fee unless specifically exempt by state or federal statute.
The Center for Mediation and Dialogue is a free and confidential service of the City Services & Engagement providing mediation, facilitation and conflict resolution education to residents of Beaverton and Washington County east of 185th Avenue.
To facilitate communication and collaboration between the City of Beaverton and nonprofit, community-based, and faith-based organizations working to address the basic needs of low-income populations in Beaverton.
Learn about making an online payment to the Municipal Court.
Get information regarding the departments dedicated to keeping the community moving.
Learn information about Beaverton grants.
Learn about available housing services.
Quickly learn information and gather helpful resources.
Browse job openings, download an application, or email your resume.
Search the card catalog, renew your items, or join us for an event at the library.
The Geographic Information Systems (GIS) team provides you with GIS information in the form of interactive web maps, GIS web services and printable maps.
Need updates about the weather, traffic alerts, information about advisory boards, community events, or news about general activities? Quickly connect to resources and relevant information here.
Find parking options for visitors of Beaverton's downtown area.
Learn all about booking an appointment to obtain a passport.
Apply for permits and licenses.
The Beaverton Police Department will provide a safe city, serving community members with compassion and respect.
Whether paving the roads, making sure your drinking water is safe, or watering the flower baskets downtown, your Public Works team is dedicated to keeping Beaverton moving.
Find information about recycling, composting, and garbage.
Find out which rooms in what buildings are available for reservation.
The Mayor’s Senior Information and Support Services pages list local, state, and federal public and nonprofit resource providers available to help seniors maintain an active, healthy, secure, and independent lifestyle.
Transportation-related services and important traffic updates.
Find information about utility services in Beaverton.