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Regional chlorine shortage: Portland water remains safe to drink

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Upcoming Changes to Charter, Code, and Policies

Displaying 1 - 3 of 3 upcoming changes. Review recent effective changes.
Change Type Description Effective
Ordinance No. 190425 Code Change

Revise residential solid waste and recycling collection rates and charges, effective July 1, 2021 (amend Code Chapter 17.102 Figure 6  and 6-1)

Ordinance No. 190381 Code Change

Amend City Code Health and Sanitation, Emergency Code, Public Improvements, Water, Property Maintenance Regulations and Affordable Housing to facilitate the provision of shelter and housing options for Portlanders in need  (Ordinance; amend Code Titles 8, 15, 17, 21, 29, and 30)

Ordinance No. 190381 has two effective dates:

Directive b is effective April 30, 2021:  Amend Titles 8, 15, 17, 21, and 30 of the Portland City Code, as shown in Exhibit B, Shelter to Housing Continuum Recommended Draft Volume Three—As-Amended, dated April 2021, but excluding the amendments to Subsection 17.14.070 H. Note:  Directive b changes updated online May 4, 2021.

Directive c is effective August 1, 2021:  Amend Title 29 and Subsection 17.14.070 H. of the Portland City Code as shown in Exhibit B, Shelter to Housing Continuum Recommended Draft Volume Three—As-Amended, dated April 2021. Note:  Directive c changes will be posted online around August 1, 2021.

Ordinance Number 190093 Code Change

Amend Title 30 Affordable Housing Section 30.01.140.

Ordinance No. 190093 directive h. Amend Title 30, Affordable Housing Preservation and Portland Renter Protections, of the Municipal Code of the City of Portland, as shown in Exhibit B, Residential Infill Project, As-Amended Draft, dated July 2020 is in effective 8/1/2021.