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Contact your District Liaison

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Find your District Liaison's name and contact information.

The Bureau has assigned a city planner to one of six areas of the city, called districts. These planners serve as liaisons between the Bureau and community partners to help neighborhoods and commercial areas flourish as great places to live, work, shop, learn, gather, and play.

The District Liaisons’ responsibilities are to:

Listen

  • Understand each district's issues, needs, and opportunities

Connect

  • Build relationships with community members
  • Gather and share information
  • Infuse City projects, policies, and investments with community priorities

Problem-solve

  • Serve as technical advisors and resources for neighbors, organizations, businesses, and institutions
  • Tackle planning, design, and development challenges through collaborative quick-response projects

District Liaisons are key participants in the City's Comprehensive Plan Update.

Find your District Liaison

North Portland – Kevin Bond, 503-823-1112

East Portland – Leslie Lum, 503-823-7896

Northeast Portland – Vacant. Please email bopdistrict@portlandoregon.gov.

Southeast Portland – Vacant. Please email bopdistrict@portlandoregon.gov.

West Portland – Joan Frederiksen503-823-3111

Central City – Troy Doss and Rachael Hoy503-823-6042

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