Beaverton City Logo
The design of the city logo was inspired by the architecture of the ceiling at the Beaverton City Library. It can simultaneously represent the iconic City Park fountain, the diversity of the community, and the exuberance of its people.
- The logo must not be manipulated in any way.
- Resizing the logo must be done proportionally.
- No special effects may be added to the logo and it cannot be used as a watermark.
- When resizing the logo, do not skew or otherwise distort the image. All elements must be scaled proportionally.
- The logo must be sized at a minimum width of 1.25”.
The city’s official logo fonts are Optima Bold (Beaverton) and Myriad Regular (Oregon). The logo shall not be presented using any other fonts. These fonts shall only be used in logo.
The city’s official text fonts are:
- Libre Franklin: to be used in majority of cases as the primary font. (a Google Font available for free download)
- Arial: to be used in occurrences when applications do not support Libre Franklin (such as certain engineering software or forms).
- Calibri: to be used as default email font.
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Text Color Assignments
|Beaverton text||CMYK 100, 72, 0, 0|
RGB 0, 57, 166
|OREGON text||RGB 146, 148, 151|
|First figure from left||CMYK 0, 52, 100, 0|
RGB 233, 131, 0
|Second figure from left||CMYK 100, 28, 0, 0|
RGB 0, 122, 201
|Third figure from left||CMYK 0, 30, 95, 0|
RGB 255, 182, 18
|Fourth figure from left||CMYK 67, 0, 98, 5|
RGB 88, 166, 24
|Fifth figure from left||CMYK 67, 91, 0, 0|
RGB 128, 55, 155