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Hillsboro City Council Wards

Map with three sections in different colors. The Map shows the 3 city council wards and the numbers of people who live in each ward.

The City of Hillsboro is changing the boundaries of its three City Council Wards.  The 2020 US Census shows that the number of people living in each ward has changed. Working with Portland State University (PSU), the City will draw new boundaries to ensure that each ward has approximately the same population.

Where and how the new boundaries are drawn will affect who is likely to be elected as a City Councilor and how Hillsboro neighborhoods and communities have a voice in city government.

Oregon's Kitchen Table is supporting the City to engage the community and create ways for people who live in Hillsboro to give input on new ward boundaries. What would you like to see as the ward boundaries are drawn? 

Community meetings - Register here (

June 2, 2022, 6:00-8:00pm - This meeting will be in-person at the Hillsboro Senior Center (750 SE 8th Avenue, Hillsboro OR 97123). Register here.  Walk-ins are also welcome and encouraged.

  • Welcome, refreshments, and food start at 6:00pm.
  • Please contact us if you need accommodations to take part ( or 503-725-5248)
  • Interpretation in Spanish and supervised play with children will be provided.

June 8, 2022, 6:00 - 8:00pm - This meeting will be held via Zoom.  Register for the Zoom meeting info.

Online survey in English and Spanish (starting May 24)

Starting May 24th go to