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Most City offices closed Wednesday, June 19, to observe Juneteenth

The City of Portland recognizes Juneteenth as a formal day of remembrance to honor Black American history and the end of slavery in the United States. Learn about Juneteenth.

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City of Portland job opportunities on NeoGov. NeoGov is an applicant tracking system (ATS) the City utilize for the life cycle of a recruitment.
Help promote Listening Sessions hosted by the Mayor's office and the City Budget Office on Fiscal Year 2024-25 Budget.
The Community Budget Advisory Board consists of five members who are residents of the City of Portland and are nominated and confirmed by City Council. They serve staggered three-year terms and may be reappointed. They participate in Council budget deliberations.

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The City Budget Office (CBO) 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.
Weekly financial impact analysis of items on the City Council agenda
This section covers topics related to broad city concerns, including Portland’s greatest challenges, the most important city service, and where the city should invest its resources, and whether Portland is a City in which everyone can thrive in Portland regardless of identity.
City Council votes to formally adopt the Approved Budget before July 1. Budget adoption makes the budgeted appropriations legally binding for the upcoming budget year (2022 - 2023).
Get involved! There are several ways to provide budget comments to Portland City Council.
Consider hosting an educational event in fall or winter in preparation for next year's budget. These events can enhance your community group's understanding of City processes, programs, and services, and your voice can help us identify what City services are most important to community members.
The Budget Monitoring Process, or BMP, takes place three times during the fiscal year. The goal is to provide City Council with information on revenues and expenditures and allow for urgent and unforeseen changes to the budget.
The Portland Insights Survey gives Portlanders a way to voice their thoughts and concerns on the issues and services most important to them. Survey answers help the mayor, city councilors, and City bureaus improve their programs and better serve Portland’s diverse communities.
This page contains survey questions in multiple languages and final reports starting from 2022 when the Insights Survey project started. Survey questions are updated each round to reflect the most salient topics the City is facing. Reports are available as a PDF file or as an interactive webpage.

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