Landscaping

What Beaverton's Landscapers Do...


Beaverton's landscape section provides consistently high quality landscape maintenance to a variety of city-owned right-of-ways and properties including City Hall, Library, Activities Center, Community Center, City Park, Lombard Plaza, water facilities buildings, as well as various wetlands, pedestrian paths, and storm drainage channels - altogether more than 131 acres!

Our landscape section, a small group of certified landscape techs and hardworking utility workers, offer educational resources including classes and materials related to arboriculture, provide professional arboriculture assistance to citizens, and are also responsible for the care and maintenance of the city's popular hanging flower baskets in the summer.
Hanging floral baskets near Beaverton City Park
Learn more about the city's hanging flower baskets.

We can address any landscaping or tree questions you may have; please contact Steve Brennan at 503-526-2206 or Pat Hoff at 503-526-2237, or by filling out the Report a Problem form.

Leaves!


Leaf removal is an important part of city landscaping to avoid slippery sidewalks and flooded street drains. City crews sweep and shovel up as much as possible, but it's important for Beaverton residents to do their part; please avoid blowing/raking leaves into the public paths and streets. Deposit leaves into the yard debris bin provided by Waste Management and take advantage of Beaverton's Leaf disposal services every fall. Stay tuned for 2017 schedule.
Sexton Mountain tree lined street
More than 80 of Beaverton's beautiful parks are maintained by Tualatin Hills Parks and Recreation District. THPRD map of parks.

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