City of Hillsboro
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Air quality in Hillsboro September 2020
Air quality in Hillsboro September 2020
Unhealthy air prompts closure of all City of Hillsboro buildings for Monday, September 14 (Photo) - 09/13/20

The City of Hillsboro's buildings and facilities are closed to the public for Monday, September 14.

Fire & Rescue, Police, Water, Public Works, and other essential services will continue as unhealthy air remains hovered over the region.

The City’s website is in position to provide assistance, 24 hours a day, at Hillsboro-Oregon.gov.

See the City's Facilities and Parks Status Map for the latest updates on each location. An update for openings on Tuesday, September 15, will be posted by Monday evening.

As of Sunday, September 13, at 6:30 pm,  the City of Hillsboro still has no evacuation orders. Please follow official City of Hillsboro social media feeds for accurate, current information.

Utility Billing

You can still call the Utility Billing Message Line at 503-681-5350 and leave a voicemail for a staff response. Staff will respond within 24 business hours. You can also access services online on our Utility Billing webpage. As a reminder, no water service disconnections are taking place at this time. You can also learn about federal assistance for paying your utility bill during COVID-19 on our Utility Assistance page.

Municipal Court

You can call the Municipal Court mainline at 503-681-6157 to leave a voicemail for staff to respond within 24 business hours. You can also access services online at Municipal Court webpage.

HPL To Go

HPL To Go at Brookwood Library and Shute Park Library is closed. Books will be held and no fines will be assessed. Phones will not be answered.

SHARC

Shute Park Aquatic & Recreation Center is closed. Phones will not be answered.

 

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