The City of Hillsboro is a vibrant community with a rich history and a strong future. If you are looking for a weekend getaway or a place to call home, Hillsboro is the place for you. Take time to enjoy our space!
Hillsboro has of one of the largest Honey Producers in the nation. Along with other thriving businesses, the future of Hillsboro has never looked stronger.
Hillsboro’s industrial base is a major source of employment. It is advancing products to make our community and world a better place.
The flags lining the street in Hillsboro’s Memorial Park honor those who have given their lives to keep our nation free.
Come visit Hillsboro, home of Tabor College, the gateway to Marion Reservoir, and host to the nationally recognized Arts and Crafts Fair.
Hillsboro offers bountiful ways to stay active. From a quality 9 hole golf course and incredible baseball and softball fields to a pool and much much more! It is easy to stay as active as you want to be!
Tabor College - Shari Flaming Center for the Arts
Tabor College, located in Hillsboro, is a four-year liberal arts institution. Construction will begin soon on the new Shari Flaming Center for the Arts.
Hillsboro Arts & Crafts Fair
The Hillsboro Arts & Crafts Fair attracts some 300 artists from 15 states. Join over 40,000 shoppers at the 45th annual event on the 3rd Saturday in September!
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The City of Hillsboro, KS is seeking an individual to replace the retiring Economic Development Director. Salary is dependent upon qualification and experience. For an application click here. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.
City Council Meetings
The City of Hillsboro had it's last City Council Meeting on
Tuesday, July 21 at 4 pm
in the Council Chambers, located within City Hall. The Council meets on the 1st and the 3rd Tuesdays of each month.
Anyone is welcome to attend. Please click on the Read More tab below to see the agenda.
Receive my Utility Bill via e-billing
The City of Hillsboro is able to send your utility bill to you via email. Since we are in the “electronic commerce” era, it seems fitting to start sending electronic bills.