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New Heat Response Program offers nonprofits serving low-income and BIPOC communities a chance to distribute and install portable heat pump/cooling units for vulnerable households.
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A monthly snapshot of BPS’s active land use planning, solid waste, climate, energy, and sustainability work going on throughout the City of Portland. Please see the project updates and websites below for more details, and to find contact information for the appropriate project staff.
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Community members invited to review the new long-range plan for SW Portland and share their comments with the Planning and Sustainability Commission.
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RIP2 is the City’s response to statewide middle housing mandates; brings Portland into full compliance with HB2001.
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Study outlines opportunities for incorporating stone pavers into accessible public spaces.
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Portlanders invited to testify on zoning code changes for the city’s historic landmarks and districts in writing via the Map App or at a virtual hearing on November 3 at 2 p.m.
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A monthly snapshot of BPS’s active land use planning, solid waste, climate, energy, and sustainability work going on throughout the City of Portland. Please see the project updates and websites below for more details, and to find contact information for the appropriate project staff.
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Our core values as a City include anti-racism and equity. Every Portlander and everyone visiting our city deserves to be welcomed and to feel that they belong. They should encounter a Portland free of bias and hate, where they do not fear for their safety and security.
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We are serious about moving faster and more aggressively away from fossil fuels. But today’s decision isn’t enough. As the Planning and Sustainability Commissioner, I am committed to going further.
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The City of Portland, through the Bureau of Development Services, is denying a request from Zenith Energy to issue a Land Use Compatibility Statement necessary for the renewal of its air quality permit issued by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality.
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Johnell Bell, Gabe Sheoships and Erica Thompson replace veteran commissioners whose terms expired in June.
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If approved, the nominations will celebrate and protect important landmarks of Portland’s Black history.
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The Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund (PCEF) Committee and staff are seeking input and comment on the draft application, scoring criteria and funding allocations for PCEF’s second request for proposals.