Advisory groups are boards, commissions, and committees that advise City of Portland staff and officials.
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PHAC is the primary public forum for the discussion of affordable housing policy and programming for the City of Portland.
The Portland Utility Board (PUB) is a community oversight body for the Portland Water Bureau and Bureau of Environmental Services and City Council management of those public utility bureaus.
The Portland Police Bureau is looking for community members to serve on its Budget Advisory Committee (BAC).
The POEM Community Task Force was established to explore if and how transportation pricing strategies could be used in Portland to advance equitable mobility. The Task Force meets monthly, and all meetings are open to the public. To learn more about the POEM project visit our main page.
The Private For-Hire Transportation Advisory Committee provides input into the development and outcomes of policies, budget, regulations, and procedures that affect the city's Private For-Hire Transportation program.
The Process Improvement & Technology Subcommittee is a citizen advisory committee, comprised of approximately 12 members who represent a variety of interests.
The PIAC encourages ongoing collaboration between the community, City bureaus and City Council in the development of shared public involvement guidelines.
The Rental Services Commission serves as the primary public forum for discussion of rental housing law and regulation, and renter-owner programs and services in the City of Portland. Public testimony begins at 4 p.m. unless otherwise indicated on the meeting agenda.
The River Community Advisory Committee is a citizen advisory body, comprised of six members who represent a variety of floating structures interests.
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The Structural Engineering Advisory Committee is appointed by the Mayor and consists of three members and three alternates licensed in Oregon to practice structural engineering.
The PCEF Bylaws Subcommittee is developing the guiding documents and procedures for the organization, decision-making, and expectations of members of the PCEF Grants committee.
The Grants Process and Criteria Review Subcommittee is collecting information, researching best practices and developing ideas and recommendations for key areas of the grant application process and criteria review.
The Member Recruitment Subcommittee is charged with evaluating new member applications and making nomination recommendations to the PCEF Committee.
The Reporting Subcommittee is charged with providing direction on meeting PCEF's reporting obligations including program metrics.
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.