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More than 50 people testify on updates to Portland’s design review process and program; written testimony remains open until 5 pm on Friday, May 14, 2021.
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The public is invited to review a summary of testimony provided on the Ezone Map Correction Project and results of site visits.
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A monthly snapshot of land use planning work going on in your neighborhoods. Please visit the specific project website and contact project staff with any questions.
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Literally and figuratively a jack of all trades, Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund policy and strategic partnership leader builds capacity within underserved and under-represented communities.
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Public is invited to testify on the Design Overlay Zone Amendments (DOZA) proposals virtually via Zoom and online via the Map App.
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Research document addresses displacement of people of color from Portland’s neighborhoods over the decades; lays the foundation for future community-led work to prevent further displacement of vulnerable populations.
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City Council accepts one more amendment to the Shelter to Housing Continuum proposals.
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On April 13 the PSC will hold a work session on the Ezone Map Correction Project; commissioners will discuss proposed amendments based on site visits, as well as other possible amendments to the maps and zoning codes.
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A monthly snapshot of land use planning work going on in your neighborhoods. Please visit the specific project website and contact project staff with any questions.
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Portland City Council votes to approve PCEF's inaugural funding recommendation package, awarding its first $8.6 million to fund 45 grants in the clean energy, regenerative agriculture/green infrastructure, workforce development fields.
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Temporary homeless shelters will not be allowed in parks or adjacent parking lots.
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Commissioners signal that temporary shelters will not be permitted in natural areas and parks.
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City Council will hold a public hearing on March 17th, before the City’s housing emergency expires.
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Nearly 200 community members answered an online questionnaire about the Discussion Draft; results helping staff refine the draft plan before releasing a Proposed Draft for Planning and Sustainability Commission consideration.
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Through it all, the work and commitment continue.
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The 11-member PSC is again fully seated with a youth commissioner and new full-term member.
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Two additional sites approved for rezoning to provide affordable housing.
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After two years of work, the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability will bring its Shelter of Housing Continuum to the Council on March 17th. This schedule is intended to create space for the Council to fully understand both the proposal and the public’s feedback.