A ribbon cutting for more than 60 retail, restaurant, and personal services businesses in Downtown Hillsboro celebrates Washington County’s revision to “Moderate” COVID-19 Status
Hillsboro mayor, Steve Callaway, declared that Downtown Hillsboro is “Open for business!” during a ribbon cutting this morning. In partnership with the City of Hillsboro’s Economic Development Department and the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce, the Hillsboro Downtown Partnership (HDP) hosted the event to congratulate Hillsboro businesses on their tenacity and shares their hope for a successful recovery from the pandemic.
After almost a year of COVID-19 closures, limited occupancy, and the public’s impression that local businesses were not open for business, the new Washington County “Moderate” status allows businesses to implement the following:
Mayor Callaway also proclaimed that more businesses opened over the last 12 months than business that closed. These new businesses to downtown Hillsboro include:
Additional new businesses in Downtown Hillsboro include salons, barber shop and tattoo shop.