Continuing seismic work on the Public Services Building in downtown Hillsboro will require relocation of some Health and Human Services offices to a building in Aloha; other moves will be announced later this year.

It's moving week for some Washington County offices as seismic work continues on the Charles D. Cameron Public Services Building in Hillsboro.

Some Health and Human Services Department programs are moving April 9-13 to temporary quarters at 20665 S.W. Blanton St., Aloha, in a building once occupied by Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue.

It's near Tualatin Valley Highway and 209th Avenue.

The offices will keep their telephone and fax numbers, email addresses, and hours and days of operation, which are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

The offices moving in the first stage:

• Children, Youth and Families

• HHS Director's Office

• Several Public Health programs including emergency preparedness, emergency medical services and the medical examiners program

• Solid Waste & Recycling

This summer, Environmental Health, Vital Records, and Disease Control and Prevention will temporarily move to the 1890 Building, 180 E. Main St., Hillsboro.

This fall, Women, Infants and Children (WIC) will move to the Public Services Annex, 254 N. First Ave., Hillsboro.

More detailed announcements about the next two moves will be released later.

Work on the entire building is expected to be complete in mid-2019.

Work on the north wing of the building, named in honor of the county administrator from 1986 to 2006, is scheduled for completion by summer.

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