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COVID-19 Safety, Recovery and Resilience

Face coverings are required in indoor public spaces and many outdoor spaces. State policy
Access City programs, people and projects helping Portland recover. Portland United

Volunteer. Play. Stay. Shop. Show the Rose City a little love. Here for Portland

Services and Resources for Community education and outreach

We offer a variety of fun and rewarding volunteer opportunities at sites across the city! Volunteer coaches, teacher aides, and mentors are always needed in our youth programs - and the parks, gardens, and natural areas welcome extra hands.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is working with the community to develop a comprehensive plan for improvements along 122nd Avenue. Walk through the information and slides from our online open house. Take our survey.
Welcome back to school! On this page, Safe Routes to School offers resources for families and schools to plan their trip to school and get there safely.
The City of Portland’s 311 program improves access to information and services by providing a single point of contact – in person, online or over the phone.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is working with the community to develop a comprehensive plan for improvements along 122nd Avenue. This is Slide 4 of our online open house for the 122nd Avenue Plan: "What is funded along 122nd?"
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is working with the community to develop a comprehensive plan for improvements along 122nd Avenue. This is Slide 5 of our online open house for the 122nd Avenue Plan: "Plan Recommendations."
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is working with the community to develop a comprehensive plan for improvements along 122nd Avenue. This is Slide 6 of our online open house for the 122nd Avenue Plan: "What are the recommended changes to lane configurations."

7 - Intersections

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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is working with the community to develop a comprehensive plan for improvements along 122nd Avenue. This is Slide 7 of our online open house for the 122nd Avenue Plan: "Intersections"

8 - Crossings

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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is working with the community to develop a comprehensive plan for improvements along 122nd Avenue. This is Slide 8 of our online open house for the 122nd Avenue Plan: "What are we recommending at crossings?"
About the Bureau of Development Services (BDS)
Learn more about the Floating Structures Board of Appeals.
The Percent for Green grant program is open to community groups who would like to complete large-scale green infrastructure projects that provide broad benefits for watershed health and the community. Grants range from $20,000 to $100,000. Projects usually take about two years to complete.
Purpose, background, timeline, and contact information for the SW Corridor Inclusive Communities project.
Learn more about the Alternative Technology Advisory Committee.
The Building Code Board of Appeals is authorized under Portland City Code 24.10.080 and the State of Oregon Structural Specialty Code.
Get information about mission of the Development Review Advisory Committee.
Learn more about the Electrical Code Board of Appeals.
Grants support communities’ participation in the Superfund cleanup process. BIPOC-led organizations and groups with strong relationships with communities disproportionately impacted by the Portland Harbor Superfund site and cleanup are encouraged to apply. Applications due May 21, 2021.
General information about the River Community Advisory Committee.