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Join PP&R and the Portland Parks Foundation for a morning of service at Powell Butte!
Join PP&R and the Portland Parks Foundation for a morning of service at a local natural area!
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This free class offering is part of the Anti-Racist Trauma-Informed Capacity Building Strategies series facilitated by Vo Vo and is sponsored by the Constructing Civic Dialogues program through the Office of Community and Civic Life.
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This online 2-hour workshop will help applicants organize and structure their PCEF small or large standard grant proposals, with tips and guidance on best practices in grant writing. This workshop is hosted by PCEF staff and content will be delivered by Kim Moreland of Moreland Resource Consultants.
Join PP&R and the Portland Parks Foundation for a morning of service at the Woodlawn Park nature patch!
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Please register through the Zoom link in the event description.
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This workshop will focus on opportunities for nonprofits to benefit from solar energy, including considerations for good solar sites, energy generation savings, utility interconnection, and energy storage. Hosted by PCEF staff with content delivered by Mikhaila Gonzales of Spark Northwest.
Regularly scheduled Design Commission Hearings are the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month.
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This workshop will cover how energy is used in homes, building science, cost savings, health and safety considerations, choosing contractors, and planning out a project. Hosted by PCEF staff with content delivered by James Metoyer of Advanced Energy Inspections.
Portland Utility Board meeting
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This is the monthly meeting of the Process Improvement and Technology Subcommittee of the Development Review Advisory Committee, held on the third Thursday of each month.

Appellant(s): Schoenbeck

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Public Hearing
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All monthly meetings of the Urban Forestry Commission are open to the public and community involvement is encouraged. The first five minutes of the meeting are typically reserved for public comments. Please check the meeting agenda ahead of time to confirm if time allows for public comments.

Woodlawn Park Ivy Pulling

Volunteer Event
Pitch in to beautify Woodlawn Park with native plants!
Pitch in to help keep the Irving Park Nature patch beautiful.
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This is the regular meeting of the Development Review Advisory Committee, held on the third Thursday of each month.
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The Northwest Parking District Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC) advises the city on priorities for transportation projects and programs and looks at alternatives to driving. This meeting takes place on the third Wednesday of the month on Zoom.
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This online 2-hour workshop will help applicants organize and structure their planning grant proposals, with tips and guidance on best practices in grant writing. This workshop is hosted by PCEF staff and content will be delivered by Kim Moreland of Moreland Resource Consultants.
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This workshop will cover the structure of this new program, the pathways for low-income participation, roles for nonprofits in project development, site hosting, and community building. Hosted by PCEF staff with content delivered by Sherrie Villmark & Haley Mountain from Community Energy Project.
The Council holds regular weekly meetings on Wednesday at 9:30 am. If there is sufficient business, recessed meetings are held Wednesday and Thursday at 2:00 pm or 6:00 pm.

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