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Accepting proposals for community projects that address the climate crisis in a way that advances racial and social justice.
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BPS Director Andrea Durbin gives thanks.
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The Shelter to Housing Continuum (S2HC) Proposed Draft will be released on November 25 for public testimony at two hearings with the Planning and Sustainability Commission in December.
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Draft proposals respond to 2020 Climate Emergency Declaration by establishing fees generated from Portland’s largest polluters to accelerate environmental justice initiatives. Public comment period now open.
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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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Prior court’s decision upholds the City’s 20-year plan for growth and development.
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The PCEF funds will help 40 community organizations build capacity and prepare for future grant opportunities to fund green jobs and workforce training programs.
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The City of Portland wants to hear from Portland youth who want to weigh in on the City’s draft Climate Test policy.  A three-week public comment period opens November 2.
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A new evaluation report finds the program has met or exceeded expectations for participation, and provides insights for improving Portland's housing stock.
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A career’s worth of experience in public health and community organizing will strengthen BPS commitment to support Portland’s most vulnerable communities.
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Community members invited to review and comment on a preliminary draft of the WPTC Plan, which includes ideas to create more housing, jobs, transportation access, and community spaces in and around The Crossroads.
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BPS and partners retool City regulations to expand shelter options and make it easier for nonprofit and for-profit housing providers to meet the homeless crisis.
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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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Testify in writing or by Zoom at the November 4 public hearing on the River Plan / South Reach and an update to the Willamette River Greenway Inventory.
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We can’t come together in person but there are still a lot of great resources for your health, saving money and peace of mind.
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Free and optional grant writing trainings available online. These trainings will assist nonprofits that are developing grant applications for PCEF's September 2020 funding round.