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City Council unanimously approves plan to protect Portland’s residents, properties, wildlife, and floodplains

The Floodplain Resilience Plan updates development requirements in Portland’s floodplain to minimize flood risk and protect habitat for threatened and endangered fish.

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Plan to protect Portland’s residents, properties, wildlife, and floodplains heads to City Council

Portlanders invited to testify on the Floodplain Resilience Plan Recommended Draft and proposed amendments to City Council virtually or in-person at a public hearing on August 30, 2023 at 2:00 p.m. or in writing via the Map App or U.S. Mail.

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Share your ideas on updates to floodplain development requirements

The City of Portland seeks comments on proposed updates to regulations governing development in floodplains. These changes aim to reduce future flood risks and ensure that homes and businesses located in flood-prone areas continue to qualify for federal flood insurance and disaster relief funds.

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Proposals to update Portland’s floodplain regulations move forward in preparation for City Council consideration in August

Community members will have opportunities to provide input on building code (City Title 24) updates in July; City Council hearings on both building code and zoning code at the end of August.

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