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Displaying 1 - 25 of 980 recent council documents that have been added to the new ecouncil system sorted by date of final disposition and document number. You may also review recent council agendas to see the documents in order of agenda item for each council session. A searchable list of links to previous archived council records will be migrated to the new ecouncil system over the coming months.

Document Number Full Document Title Type Disposition Bureau Introduced by
190885 *Pay property damage claim of Lindsay Tellegen for the sum of $5,393 involving the Portland Bureau of Transportation Emergency Ordinance Passed Management and Finance, Revenue and Financial Services, Risk Management Mayor Ted Wheeler
190886 *Pay settlement of Han Dinh Do Nguyen’s bodily injury claim for the sum of $24,187 resulting from a motor vehicle collision involving the Portland Bureau of Transportation Emergency Ordinance Passed Management and Finance, Revenue and Financial Services, Risk Management Mayor Ted Wheeler
190887 *Amend approved application under the Multiple-Unit Limited Tax Exemption Program for SW Park + Columbia Apartments located at 1414 SW Park Ave to increase the number of restricted units (amend Ordinance No. 188341) Emergency Ordinance Passed Housing Bureau Commissioner Dan Ryan
190888 *Authorize the Bureau of Transportation to execute a Flyover Easement Agreement with TriMet for the Gideon Pedestrian Bridge Crossing as part of the Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Transit Project Emergency Ordinance Passed Transportation Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty
190889 *Authorize settlement in the matter of Water Avenue Associates’ tort claim for the sum of $65,000 involving the Portland Water Bureau Emergency Ordinance Passed City Attorney Mayor Ted Wheeler
190890 *Authorize a grant agreement with NW Health Foundation Fund II, the fiscal agent for Imagine Black, for the Reimagining Safety project for 2022-23 not to exceed $100,000 Emergency Ordinance Passed Community Safety Division, Management and Finance Mayor Ted Wheeler
190891 Amend Intergovernmental Agreement with Multnomah County to fund a portion of the salary expense for the County Domestic Violence Coordinator (amend Agreement No. 30004753) Ordinance Passed Police Mayor Ted Wheeler
190892 *Accept $25,185,809 in Emergency Rent Assistance Program funds from United States Department of the Treasury (amend Ordinance 190356) Emergency Ordinance Passed Housing Bureau Commissioner Dan Ryan
190893 *Authorize 20 subrecipient contracts totaling $5,732,279 for the provision of services in support of providing affordable housing Emergency Ordinance Passed Housing Bureau Commissioner Dan Ryan
190894 *Authorize a contract with the lowest responsible bidder for the SW 4th Avenue Improvement Project Emergency Ordinance Passed Transportation Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty
190895 Assess benefited properties for street, sidewalk and stormwater improvements in the NE 55th-57th Aves and Killingsworth St Local Improvement District (Hearing; C-10062) Ordinance Passed Transportation Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty
190896 Authorize a 5-year deferral of single-family residential assessments in the NE 55th-57th Aves and Killingsworth St Local Improvement District (C-10062) Ordinance Passed Transportation Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty
190897 *Pay settlement of Erica Christiansen bodily injury lawsuit for the sum of $30,000 involving the Portland Police Bureau Emergency Ordinance Passed Management and Finance, Revenue and Financial Services, Risk Management Mayor Ted Wheeler
190898 *Authorize temporary extension of commission cap on third-party food platforms delivery and takeout service fees charged to restaurants Emergency Ordinance Passed Management and Finance, Revenue and Financial Services, Revenue Division Mayor Ted Wheeler
37580 Approve and terminate limited tax exemptions for properties under the Homebuyer Opportunity Limited Tax Exemption Program Resolution Adopted Housing Bureau Commissioner Dan Ryan
543-2022 Request of Robert Butler to address Council regarding Portland Bureau of Transportation negligence Communication Placed on File
544-2022 Request of Diana Martinez to address Council regarding support of fur ban Communication Placed on File
545-2022 Request of Paige Powell to address Council regarding support foie gras ban Communication Placed on File
546-2022 Request of Tristan Sakamoto to address Council regarding City discriminatory policies Communication Placed on File
547-2022 Request of Nicole Iorg to address Council regarding homelessness statistics and solutions Communication Placed on File
550-2022 Reappoint Kymberly Horner to the Portland Housing Advisory Commission for a term to expire June 24, 2024 Report Accepted Housing Bureau Mayor Ted Wheeler, Commissioner Dan Ryan