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Join PP&R's No Ivy League for a morning of restoration work in Forest Park. Come explore the beauty Forest Park has to offer.
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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.
Portland Utility Board meeting
Portland Utility Board meeting
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The Northwest Parking District Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Subcommittee oversees programs to reduce the demand for parking in northwest and meets the 2nd Tuesday of every other month on Zoom.
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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.
Portland Utility Board meeting
Save the date for No Ivy Day on November 20, 2021. More details to come.
No Ivy Day- Volunteer to remove ivy in one of many parks across the Portland Metro area.
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The Private for-Hire Transportation (PFHT Advisory Committee is a citizen advisor body representing those with interests in PFHT in the City of Portland.
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The Northwest Parking District Capital Projects Subcommittee provides direction on northwest parking district initiated infrastructure projects. The subcommittee meets every other month on the fourth Tuesday of the month.
Portland Utility Board meeting
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The purpose of the committee is to focus on issues impacting transportation network company (TNC) drivers and serve as a forum where drivers can express issues, concerns, and suggestions about this evolving industry.
Portland Utility Board meeting