This is our fourth iteration of the Community Leads Cohort. We use this model in our Smart City PDX team as a form of transparency and inclusion—to ensure that communities experiencing the greatest technological harms play a leading role in technology policy making.
Bureau of Planning and Sustainability launches Community Responsive Grant opportunities with request for proposals (RFP 3)
RFP 3 will award $40 to $60 million in grants to fund climate projects in Portland.
Bureau of Planning and Sustainability’s Rebecca Gibbons appointed to National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) Board of Directors
Gibbons will also co-chair the Broadband and Digital Equity Committee.
After hearing testimony from dozens of Portlanders and reviewing hundreds of pieces of written testimony, Commissioners voted to recommend the Housing Regulatory Relief package to City Council, with several amendments.
At this in-person event about Community Responsive Grants (RFP 3), get your questions answered and chat about this new grant opportunity.