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Bureaus and Offices
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We provide quality support to help our customers achieve their goals and meet the City's fiduciary responsibility.
The Archives and Records Management Division operates the City of Portland Archives and Records Center, making city administrative and historical records accessible to the public and City employees for research and inspection in accordance with Oregon's public records laws.
Supporting City livability goals by helping to finance infrastructure improvements, and supporting the regulatory efforts of other city bureaus. We use Charter-granted authority to assess property for local improvements, system development charges, and code violations.
The Audit Services Division is the auditing branch of the elected City Auditor's Office. The Division's mission is to conduct performance and financial audits of City operations, and to make recommendations to improve efficiency, effectiveness and equity of City bureaus, offices and functions.
The mission of the Auditor’s Office is to promote open and accountable government by providing independent and impartial reviews, access to public information, and services for City government and the public.
Our mission is to be a trusted partner, creating smart solutions for the City and our community.
The Levy is a City of Portland property tax initiative that annually generates $19 million toward proven programs that prepare children for school, support their success in and out of the classroom, and reduce racial and ethnic disparities in their well-being and school success.
The Office of the City Attorney provides legal services to the City of Portland and to the elected officials, officers and employees acting on its behalf. The Office's only client is the City of Portland and we are not able to provide legal services or advice to individual members of the public.
The City Budget Office provides timely, accurate, and unfiltered information and analysis regarding budgeting, forecasting, and fiscal policy issues to the Mayor, Commissioners, City Auditor, City bureaus, and the public.
The City Elections Office works with Multnomah County and the state to oversee City elections, certify candidates and measures to the ballot, and certify election results. The Office also enforces City campaign finance regulations and provides information on candidacy and measure processes.
Broadband and communications policy, cable regulation and consumer protection, utility franchises, licenses and wireless.
The Council Clerk and Contracts Office administers City Council business, serves as the central repository for City contracts, and maintains City Charter and Code.
Issues bonds for or on behalf of City bureaus and other agencies, and provides technical assistance on new financing programs or proposals.
The Bureau of Development Services (BDS) promotes safety, livability and economic vitality through efficient and collaborative application of building and development codes.
DAM provides leadership and strategic support for CityFleet and OMF-Facilities Services. CityFleet is responsible for managing 3,800 vehicles and pieces of specialized equipment. Facilities Services operates 16 OMF-owned buildings and numerous non-OMF owned structures.
Our mission is to work collaboratively with our community and public safety partners to ensure effective and timely 911 call answering and dispatching.
Promote readiness, coordinate response, and build resilience for Portland. The Portland Bureau of Emergency Management (PBEM) develops and implements strategic planning, programs, and policies to continually advance the city's mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery capabilities.
Environmental Services is your sewer and stormwater utility. We protect public health and our environment by collecting and recovering resources from the city’s wastewater, managing stormwater, and restoring and protecting Portland’s rivers, streams, and watersheds.
The Office of Equity and Human Rights provides education and technical support to City staff and elected officials, leading to recognition and removal of systemic barriers to fair and just distribution of resources, access and opportunity, starting with issues of race and disability.
To lead the way in planning, developing, and operating sustainable public facilities that are efficient and well maintained. We are committed to developing high performance buildings that limit their environmental impact, contribute to Portland's character, and make Portland a better place.