Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Send in Ballots for November 2019 Election

Ballots must be received at official collection sites by 8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5 


Washington County elections officials are encouraging voters to mail or drop off their ballots as soon as possible for the November 5 election.

Voters should have received their ballots by mail last weekend. Voters will have until October 31 to send their completed ballots in appropriately signed envelopes through the U.S. Postal Service.

After this date, completed ballots should be dropped off at official collection sites in order to meet the election’s 8 p.m. deadline on November 5. 

Ballot drop-off sites can be found on the Washington County website.

Elections Office Moved to New Location 

Voters should be aware that the Washington County Elections Office relocated from Beaverton to Hillsboro earlier this fall. The new office is in the SunTech Corporate Park at 2925 NE Aloclek Drive, Suite 170, Hillsboro.

Aloclek Drive is a quarter of a mile east of NE Cornelius Pass Road and is accessible from NW Evergreen Parkway to the north and NE Cornell Road to the south. TriMet bus lines 47 and 48 provide service to this part of Hillsboro.

Information about vote-by-mail, voter eligibility and other election matters may be found at the Washington County Elections Office website or by calling 503-846-5800.

Monday, October 14, 2019

Sibling Harmony: an event at the Cedar Mill Library

Kim DeMarchi will be at the Cedar Mill Library on Tuesday, Nov 5, 6:30-8:00PM.

The Cedar Mill Library is located at 12505 NW Cornell Rd #13, Portland, OR 97229.

In this Adults only event, Kim will talk about Sibling Harmony: One of the greatest sources of stress in families is the ongoing bickering, teasing and tattling between sibling children. Come learn how to identify the difference between sibling conflict and sibling harmony and learn ways to minimize the fighting and maximize the harmony for a healthy lifetime relationship.

Kim DeMarchi, M.Ed., Certified Parent Educator, Certified Family Coach & Speaker 
Kim is trained and certified through a program called Positive Discipline by Jane Nelsen. Kim supports parents through workshops, classes, and podcasts as she shares her passion in raising cooperative, respectful, resilient and responsible children. Kim’s goal is to help families reduce conflict, foster mutual respect, and create deeper communication and connections. Find out more at EmpoweredParenting.com.

This event is part of Cedar Mill Library's Parent Information Series.  Learn more about this series at https://library.cedarmill.org/kids/parents/parent-information-series/