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Advisory Groups

Certified Advisory Bodies have submitted for approval to the Office of Community & Civic Life's Certified Advisory Body Program.

Certified Advisory Bodies distinguishes groups who have submitted formal documentation (such as bylaws) to the Office of Community & Civic Life and are formally recognized by the City of Portland.

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The TOC is an independent five-member citizen advisory committee that reviews selected City of Portland technology projects.
Young adults ages 15-20—Portland Parks & Recreation wants to hear YOUR voice! Please join us on a Teen Advisory Council (TAC) nearest you! Your thoughts, opinions and input are needed to make the TeenForce program the best it can be.
The committee advises on issues related to the Community Benefits Agreement (CBA) for Environmental Services' Secondary Treatment Expansion Program (STEP).
Focused on issues impacting Portland TNC drivers including data collection, accessibility, wages, safety, injuries, insurance, safety, reliability, standards, and dispute resolution. Forum for drivers to share concerns, suggestions. Facilitator and independent mediator assist, as needed.
Oversees and regulates the performance of tow contractors and the tow desk. Meetings on the third Wednesday of odd-numbered months. Established in City Code Chapter 3.98.
The TAC's mission is to provide ongoing advice to the Chief of Police and the Training Division in order to continuously improve training standards, practices and outcomes through the examination of training content, delivery, tactics, policy, equipment and facilities.
The Urban Forestry Commission is a volunteer body that is advisory to the City Forester, Portland Parks & Recreation Director, and City Council.
The Vision Zero Task Force was dissolved on January 25, 2021. The Vision Zero Task Force oversaw implementation of the Vision Zero Action Plan, reviewed actions and progress, advised on implementation, tracked equity impacts, and oversaw performance measure reporting.
Will provide oversight and accountability during the implementation of the Waste Equity Workplan, drawing on the members’ knowledge and expertise to ensure that the projects and programs meet the workplan goals.
This group is composed of partners from different fields collaborating with the City to create a long-range vision for this vital place in SW Portland.

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