Chapter 5: Public Facilities and Services Element Summary

Facilities Icon.This Comprehensive Plan element addresses public facilities and services within the context of special service districts and urban services in Beaverton.
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Distance photo on a sunny day of a playground set at a local park.

The city’s goals for public facilities and services include:

  • Ensure long-term provision of adequate urban services within existing City limits and areas to be annexed in the future.
  • Ensure long-term provision of adequate storm water management within existing City limits and areas to be annexed in the future.
  • The City shall continue to participate in the Joint Water Commission and work with the West Slope, Raleigh and Tualatin Valley Water Districts to ensure the provision of adequate water service to present and future customers in Beaverton.
  • The City shall continue to cooperate with CWS to ensure long-term provision of an adequate sanitary sewer system within existing City limits and areas to be annexed in the future.
  • Cooperate with the Beaverton School District in its efforts to provide the best possible educational facilities and services to Beaverton residents.
  • Cooperate with THPRD in implementation of its 20-Year Comprehensive Master Plan and Trails Master Plan in order to ensure adequate parks and recreation facilities and programs for current and future City residents.
  • Provide full service police protection to the City’s incorporated area and to new areas as they are annexed.
  • Cooperate with TVF&RD to ensure adequate fire and emergency medical services for the current and future residents of the City.

The reports, plans and maps provided below helped shape the City’s policies relating to urban services and public facilities.

City Resources

Background Reports

Maps

Interactive Data and Mapping Tools

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