South Beaverton NEIGHBORHOOD
- 7 pm, Third Thursday of the month
- 2019 meetings: Sep. 19, Oct. 17, Nov. 21, Dec. 19
- 2020 meetings: Jan. 16, Feb. 20, Mar. 19, Apr. 16, May 21, Jun 18
- Annual Elections (Board Members, Chair, Vice-Chair, Recorder, Treasurer, and BCCI Opens a New Window. representative) held in October.
- Conestoga Rec Center
9985 SW 125th Ave
Beaverton, OR 97008
- South Beaverton NAC Bylaws Opens a New Window.
- South Beaverton NAC Neighborhood Map Opens a New Window.
- South Beaverton Handout Opens a New Window.
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- Michael Alner Opens a New Window. , Chair, 503-481-6018
Current Volunteer Opportunities
- Please join us and consider volunteering in your own neighborhood. Learn more! Opens a New Window.
Agendas & Minutes
- In 2016, we began hosting an annual outdoor movie night each summer. This free, family-friendly event brings together 500-800 neighbors for popcorn, shaved ice, giveaways, and a movie under the stars. If you would like to be involved in the planning, contact the chair!
- In 2018, we began a partnership with the Southridge High School Engineering Club on 3-D printer construction and education.
*Bring your ideas to our next meeting. Funds for projects are available through the Neighborhood Matching Grant Program.
About the South Beaverton NAC
Welcome to the South Beaverton Neighborhood Association Committee (NAC). We share ideas and issues and do some problem solving for people in our neighborhood. This is your opportunity to share your ideas and news with your neighbors about our community. It is also your opportunity to meet with city officials on various issues. We are not a homeowners association. We are a liaison with the City to make Beaverton a great place to live. Join us!
The South Beaverton NAC is home to Hiteon Elementary School which has a rich history as found on the Hiteon School Web site:
Before 1905 there were not more than 20 houses in what was to become the Hiteon School district. Children from the Hiteon area attended the little one-room school in the McKay district before that area was divided into Hiteon, Garden Home and McKay districts.
The name “Hiteon” (pronounced “hi-ton”) is derived from Hite, a family name of one of the original settlers in the Beaverton area. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hite settled with their family in 1880 on Scholls Ferry Road at the corner of what is now 125th Avenue. Their son, Ernest D. Hite, lived on the same property until his death in 1962. He served on the Hiteon School Board for many years. Neighbors of Ernest D. Hite suggested the name for their new school in 1911.
On January 9, 1975, Hiteon School opened its doors at the current location on SW Brockman (Hosea, 2006).
Hosea, D. (2006). Hiteon History. Retrieved December 29, 2006