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Services and Information for City projects

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City Council sessions are live streamed Wednesdays at 9:30 am and 2:00 pm, Thursdays at 2:00 pm, Pacific Time. Sessions are archived by date.
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The Central City 2035 project, its timing and related efforts.
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A $258.4 million voter-backed initiative to create more affordable housing in Portland — now and for the future.
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Purpose, background, timeline, and contact information for the SW Corridor Inclusive Communities project.
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Purpose, background, timeline, and contact information for the Expanding Opportunities for Affordable Housing project.
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Purpose, background, timeline, and contact information for the Ezones Map Correction project.
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Detail of the Portland Oregon Website Replacement (POWR) project. Learn why the existing platform needed replacement, the vision for the new site, and a regularly updated report of the major phases of the project.
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Purpose, background, and contact information for the West Portland Town Center Plan.
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Contractors in construction looking to grow their business through public contracting must meet general contractor requirements and added construction criteria. Learn about those requirements, opportunities to increase workforce diversity, and how do find and compete for construction contracts.
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Contractors interested in bidding as a prime on a public improvement projects with an engineer’s estimate of $250,000 or greater, must be prequalified with the City of Portland.
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A guide to using the special "paragraphs" layout of the services builder tool on Portland.gov.
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A short guide for understanding the features and functions of group pages, on which to build your content.
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See how the Ezones Map Correction project affects your property.
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Learn how the voter approved Fixing Our Streets program funded $8 million worth of engineering projects to improve how Portland families access schools. Understand how projects were selected and view a map of funded locations.
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The City of Portland was the first in the United States to draft a carbon reduction strategy. Learn more about the process behind it.
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In Spring 2016, the City adopted the Local Transportation Infrastructure Charge (LTIC), a charge on new infill development occurring on these streets in single-dwelling residential zones. The LTIC provides a more predictable and simple option for developers to meet their obligations.