The Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) has city planners assigned to six specific geographic areas of the city. These city planners serve as District Liaisons (or "DLs" for short) between BPS and community partners to help neighborhoods flourish as welcoming, accessible, and comfortable places to live, work, shop, learn, gather, and play.
About District Liaison roles
- Understand each district's issues, needs, and opportunities
- Build relationships with community members
- Gather and share information
- Infuse City projects, policies, and investments with community priorities
- 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 were key participants in the City's 2035 Comprehensive Plan.
Find and contact a District Liaison
BPS has an online map tool to help find which district a property is located in, and get contact information for the city planner serving as the District Liaison for the area.
District Liaisons by district
Contact information, pronouns, and languages spoken for the District Liaisons are also listed below alphabetically by district name.
Héctor Rodríguez Ruiz, City Planner II
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