Aloha Business Association
The Aloha Business Association is the marketeer for Aloha businesses that need additional exposure, marketing education, or opportunities. The Aloha Business Association provides opportunity, expertise, and shares the same passion for your community that you do, so you feel connected and comfortable from your very first meeting.
Beaverton City Library
The Beaverton City Library, the second busiest library in the state, serves a population of approximately 142,000 (the population of Beaverton plus a portion of the unincorporated residents of Washington County). Each month over 84,000 people visit the Library to check out nearly 300,000 items. The total annual circulation exceeds 3.3 million items. The Library has two facilities each open seven days per week.
Beaverton Civic Theatre
Beaverton Civic Theatre is a volunteer-run theater company housed in the Beaverton Public Library. We strive to reflect the diverse lives of our community on stage and in our outreach. Each season offers a unique sampling of drama and comedy.
Beaverton Farmers Market
The Beaverton Farmers Market is a destination market that is the single largest, all-agricultural market in the state, with 15,000-20,000 visitors each week. The market is comprised of nursery growers, farmers and ranchers both conventional and organic. Artisan food producers offer prepared products ranging from fruit jams to farmstead cheeses, breads and pastries, pickles, pasta, chocolate and more. The market also offers many amenities including live music each week and proximity to the main Beaverton Library and City Park, which includes a playground, interactive fountain and picnic tables. The Beaverton Farmers Market is the perfect place for families to spend the day.
Beaverton High School
Beaverton High School is a comprehensive public school with 1582 students, grades 9 through 12. Beaverton, with a population of 90,267, is a suburban, residential, and industrial center located 10 miles west of Port land. The Northwest Association of Secondary Schools and the Oregon State Department of Education accredit Beaverton High School. Beaverton High offers extensive college preparatory courses in a variety of disciplines. 85.5% of the faculty hold masters or doctorate degrees. 44% of our students are of a multicultural background.
Beaverton Historical Society
The Beaverton Historical Society was founded in 2008 by several residents who felt the city’s history needed to be researched, documented, and shared. We are an all-volunteer organization. With the hard work of some dedicated volunteers and with support of the community, the Beaverton History Center opened in 2010. In the Center we are able to conduct research, display and preserve historical artifacts, and hold our monthly historical presentations.
Beaverton Police Department
The Beaverton Police Department provides the highest quality service, preserving human rights, lives, and property, while striving to achieve the goals of the department, the city, and the community . We are committed to the highest professional standards, working in partnership with our citizens to problem solve and meet the challenges of reducing crime, creating a safer environment, and improving our quality of life. We, the members of the Beaverton Police Department, are committed to excellence in leadership, providing progressive and proactive services, developing community partnerships, and building for the future.
Cedar Hills Crossing
Cedar Hills Crossing is a family owned regional shopping center located in the heart of Beaverton. With over 70+ shops and restaurants including Powell’s Books, New Seasons Market, Mac Store, Panera Bread and much more, Cedar Hills Crossing has something for everyone.
City of Beaverton
The City of Beaverton is located seven miles west of Portland, Oregon, in the Tualatin River Valley, encompasses 18.6 square miles, and is home to about 90,000 residents. The city is Oregon’s sixth largest city and the second-largest incorporated city in Washington County.
Elsie Stuhr Center
The Elsie Stuhr Center is designed for adults 55 years and better. We offer a wide variety of classes, trips and tours, special events, a fitness center, lunch and socialization. Please come to our center for a tour and to learn about the numerous activities we have available.
KPTV Fox Channel 12
KPTV covers the latest on Portland’s top stories with continuous news updates, videos and photos, plus in-depth reports from the FOX 12 Investigators. KPTV’s studios are located in Beaverton and its transmitter is located in Portland.
KUIK provides daily news and information plus unique programming and services for the Portland Area, and most especially, the Washington County Community. KUIK provides compelling, informative, entertaining, News/Talk and Sports Programming.
The 64-acre Oregon Zoo is located in Portland, a city and surrounding metropolitan area of more than 1.5 million people. Attendance in 2012 was close to 1.6 million. The zoo’s annual operating budget is derived from a tax base through Metro, the Portland-area regional government that is the zoo’s governing body, plus zoo admissions, concessions, contributions, special promotions, the Oregon Zoo Foundation and grants.
Senior Citizen’s Advisory Committee
The Senior Citizens Advisory Committee was formed in 1995. The goal of the Committee is to provide a forum within City government for seniors to communicate with the City’s senior community and City officials. This has been accomplished through workshops and participating with City officials to address the concerns of seniors.
Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District
With a 58-year history of developing classes, facilities, services, and events for residents, THPRD provides year-round recreational and educational opportunities for people of all ages in the Beaverton, Oregon area, near Portland. Offerings include thousands of broadly diverse classes and more than 200 park sites, 60 miles of trails, and 1,300 acres of natural areas in addition to eight swim centers and six recreation centers.
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue
TVF&R provides fire protection and emergency medical services to approximately 418,000 citizens in one of the fastest growing regions in Oregon. Our 210 square mile service area includes nine cities and unincorporated portions of Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington County.
Washington Square Mall
Opened in 1973, Washington Square is a shopping mall in the city of Tigard, Oregon, United States. Located in the Portland metropolitan area along Oregon Route 217, the shopping complex is one of the top grossing malls per square foot in the United States. The mall is currently managed and co-owned by The Macerich Company and anchored by Macy’s, Nordstrom, JCPenney, Sears and Dick’s Sporting Goods.
Washington County Visitors Association
The WCVA is a non-profit destination marketing organization that markets Washington County, Oregon, as a tourism destination. Part of the WCVA’s role is to identify and market to out-of-area-visitors, with the mission to increase overnight visitation in Washington County. Visitors to Washington County include: business, leisure and group travelers, meetings, sports and event planners, and tour operators, among others.
Washington County Sheriff
Sheriff’s Deputies provide countywide policing services to all 540,000 residents of Washington County. Deputies are the primary police responders for 27,000 rural and 200,000 urban residents of communities like Aloha, Bethany, Bull Mountain, Rock Creek, and Oak Hills.
If you live within the city limits, your emergency calls are primarily answered by a city police department, but you also benefit from many Sheriff’s Office services. We share many expert services including Forensics, Crime Scene Specialists, SWAT and Hostage Negotiations, and Crash Analysis, to support cities when major crimes occur. Cities also benefit from countywide teams that combat Narcotics, Gangs, and Fraud. And, of course, Deputies respond in cities when officers are unable and when backup is needed.