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The Beaverton City Code took effect August 1, 1982; it was formally enacted as Ordinance 3301 on November 15, 1982.
The Beaverton City Council consists of six councilors. The Mayor and City Councilors are all elected at large to serve four-year terms.
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The Office of City Manager is established as the administrative head of the city government.
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The Office of City Recorder acts to maintain the integrity of the City Council processes and procedures in the City of Beaverton.
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The Mayor is always pleased to learn about the accomplishments, contributions, and lives of Beaverton residents and community members. From time to time, the Mayor will recognize extraordinary Beaverton residents and community members through letters, certificates, and proclamations.
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The commission’s powers and duties are granted by charter, code, City ordinances, state law, and official policies created by the City Council. The commission is the decision-making authority for applications that deal with the use of land. The commission also advises the City Council on development code text amendment, zone change, and comprehensive plan amendment applications.
To capitalize on the opportunities within central Beaverton and to meet the community’s desire to create a revitalized, vibrant downtown core, the Beaverton Urban Renewal Plan was developed in 2010 and approved by voters in 2011.