Join BPS staff, including PCEF team members, as they share how investments in community-led projects reduce carbon emissions, create economic opportunity and help make our city more resilient as we face a changing climate.
Help Portland form the new climate oversight body by giving public comment on the Sustainability & Climate Commission proposed ordinance.
Community members can testify on the Land Division Code Update Proposed Draft in writing via the Map App or at a public hearing on Tuesday, March 26 at 5 p.m.
A monthly snapshot of BPS's active land use planning work going on across the city of Portland. See the project updates below for more details, and to find contact information for the City staff working on specific projects. Subscribe to get email notifications when these updates are posted.
Join us for a kickoff event to explore datasets, challenges, and logistics before the main DiscoTech event on March 2.
The 2024 City of Portland DiscoTech is a collaborative space to explore, learn, and develop tools around open data from the city. This event is open to community members, civic tech community, students, academic institutions, local businesses, and grassroots organizations.
The City of Portland’s Open Data Program celebrates the international open data day with a series of presentations about city programs, geographic information systems, open standards, data governance, and more.
Enjoy an interactive conversation on how investments in community-led projects reduce carbon emissions, create economic opportunity and help make our city more resilient as we face a changing climate. Join Climate and Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund staff at this fourth virtual event.