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Watch Vision Action Network's Community Briefing
Vision Action Network
Watch "A Conversation with Mjere Simantel" hosted by the Vision Action Network today at 12:30p online and on TVCTV Channel 23.
JOIN US on Tuesday, April 7 @ 12:30pm for....
A Conversation with Mjere Simantel !!!
Washington County EOC Incident Commander and Assistant Dir. of Health and Human Services Mjere will describe the massive effort behind the county’s Emergency Operations Center and address key priorities and concerns. Please share your questions and concerns which will be answered during the course of this week.
Attention small businesses in Hillsboro looking for financial aid. Visit the city's website for more information.
City of Hillsboro - Local Government Emergency Grant Funding for Small Businesses. The application process is from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM - Tuesday Only.
Small businesses can apply to receive up to $3,000 in emergency grant funding from the City of Hillsboro.
Visit the City's Website to learn more.
Is it allergies or COVID-19?
Now that Spring has arrived, many of us are experiencing allergies. Dr. Ann Thomas from our Public Health Division shares advice on what to do if you’re not sure if your symptoms are regular seasonal allergies or symptoms of COVID-19.
Remember to disinfect all high-touch surfaces.
We’ve heard it repeatedly: To fight the spread of COVID-19, wash your hands and clean “high-touch” areas. What exactly is a high-touch area? Here’s a simple graphic to help you remember where to clean. Learn more on the CDC’s cleaning and disinfection page: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/cleaning-disinfection.html
Useful information for small business owners
Small business owners: not sure whether the Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) or the Payroll Protection Loan (PPP) is right for you? Here is a handy guide that compares eligibility requirements and assistance terms for these two programs: https://bit.ly/2xRCXSv
Watch AARP's Coronavirus Tele-Town Hall as experts answer FAQ's.
AARP is hosting this live Q&A telephone town hall meeting. Experts will discuss the latest information related to the Coronavirus.
TVCTV continues to cover local city council meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic. Watch today's City of Lake Oswego, Local Government Special City Council Meeting on Channel 28 at 4pm & livestreaming on our YouTube page
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Why is it so important to fill out your Census? Kathryn Harrington, Chair Washington County OR explains why in her latest message to Washington County, Oregon residents.
Washington County, Oregon continues to keep residents up-to-date with the latest COVID-19 information. Watch Kathryn Harrington, Chair Washington County OR's most recent message to the community.
Smart Money takes a look at reward-risk tradeoffs and understanding your investment risk tolerance in this latest episode now on TVCTV.
Keep up to date with your city's/ county's response to the coronavirus outbreak as TVCTV continues to provide coverage of local goverment meetings. Beaverton City Government, Cornelius, Oregon Forest Grove City Hall City of Hillsboro - Local Government, City of Lake Oswego, Local Government City of Tigard, OregonCity of Tualatin - Government, Washington County, Oregonand City of West Linn - Government council meetings can be viewed on TVCTV Channels 23, 28 & 30.
Keep up to date with your city's reponse to the coronavirus outbreak as TVCTV continues to broadcast local goverment meetings. Beaverton City Government, Cornelius, Oregon, Forest Grove City Hall, City of Hillsboro - Local Government, City of Lake Oswego, Local Government, City of Tigard, Oregon, City of Tualatin - Government, Washington County, Oregon and City of West Linn - Government council meetings can all be viewed on Channels 23, 28 & 30. Archived meetings can be found at www.tvctv.org
Watch Kathryn Harrington, Chair Washington County OR address Washington County, Oregon's response strategies and challenges during the COVID-19 outbreak in this recent episode of County Talk now on TVCTV.
Check out the latest PSA from Kathryn Harrington, Chair Washington County OR.
Watch West Linn Mayor Russ Axelrod's annual City of West Linn - Government State of the City Address held at the West Linn Public Library now airing on TVCTV.
Need to catch up on your retirement savings? Julia Anderson and Pat Boyle talk about giving your nest egg a boost in this episode of Smart Money.
Get Rich Slowly founder J.D. Roth talks about consumer spending trends and statistics in this episode of Smart Money with Julia Anderson and Pat Boyle.
West Linn Mayor Russ Axelrod talks about current and future developments going on in City of West Linn - Government, the importance of the Willamette Falls Locks and more in this episode of City Talk.
Watch Mayor Denny Doyle's Beaverton City Government State of the City Address now airing on TVCTV.
Hosts Julia Anderson and Pat Boyle talk about women in the financial services industry in this latest episode of Smart Money now airing on TVCTV.
The College Place Oregon located on the Portland Community College campus provides resources to help people pursue an education beyond high school. Find out more as Director Jennifer Satalino is featured in the latest episode of Smart Money now airing on TVCTV.
A friendly reminder to all dog and cat owners to have their companions microchipped or to have their chip information updated! Contact the Bonnie Hays Animal Shelter for more information.
Metro Councilor Juan Carlos González stops by to give an update on his district and more in this episode of City Talk.
Do you want to be a better investor? Manage your own IRA? Todd Blickenstaff from the American Association of Individual Investors - AAII stops by to talk about the organization that educates individual investors on stocks, bonds and other financial instruments in this episode of Smart Money.
A LWV Oregon reminder to register to vote or update your current voter registration information by April 28, 2020. Every vote counts!
Watch Washington County Kids President Katie Riley and Friends of Washington County Kids President Susan Bender Phelps in the latest episode of City Talk and learn how they are making a positive impact in Washington County.
Are you pregnant or have children under the age of five? You may qualify for Washington County WIC, Oregon's free nutrition program and more. Check it out!
Oregon Health Authority's Katie Furia talks about the nutrition program that is giving low income seniors and Oregon WIC families access to fresh fruits and vegetables in this episode of Smart Money.
Mental Health programs in Washington County Health and Human Services, Clackamas County, Oregon and Multnomah County Health Department have joined together to form a community where members can learn about and register for free mental health and first aid trainings.
A friendly reminder from Washington County Health and Human Services Public Health- Get your flu shot, not the flu!
Reduce your waste this holiday season with some useful tips from Washington County Solid Waste & Recycling.
Forest Grove Fire & Rescue and Forest Grove/Cornelius Chamber of Commerce put on another fun community event this year! Check out highlights from this year's Holiday Light Parade.
Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District Board President Felicita Monteblanco talks about the positive impact of Metro's recent bond renewal and more on this episode of City Talk with Eric D. Schmidt.
Winter weather is officially here. A friendly reminder to winterize your castle!
You lose your job....now what? Julia Anderson and Pat Boyle explore how to put yourself in a better position if you think a layoff is near on this episode of Smart Money.
The City of Tigard, Oregon's population is growing and so are the Tigard Police Department's calls for service. When the police are called every minute counts.
Classical Up Close founder and Oregon Symphony Principal Cellist Nancy Ives along with Musicians of the Oregon Symphony violinist Samuel Park talk about the inspiration behind Classical Up Close and giving back to the community in our latest video.
Do you know how much water Clean Water Services collects, cleans and then returns to the Tualatin River on a daily basis? 65 MILLION GALLONS every day!! Watch Mark Jockers in this episode of City Talk and learn what other impressive services the water resources management utility provides to the region.
Julia Anderson and Pat Boyle take a look at some of the most notable tax changes stemming from the 2017 Tax Law Reform Bill with guest CPA Aaron Newell from Delap LLP.
Congrats to the City of Tualatin - Government Parks & Recreation for winning a 2019 Oregon Recreation & Park Association-ORPA Planning Award!
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