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Both the Planning and Sustainability Commission and the Design Commission recommend updates to the City’s design guidelines, zoning code and map to City Council; future public hearing date to be determined.
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Planning and Sustainability Commission and Design Commission vote to recommend proposals to City Council; public hearing TBD
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Portland City Council approved two landmark housing relief measures that allow more housing, more types of housing, and more affordable housing throughout Portland’s neighborhoods. Today’s housing relief measures build upon a broader suite of housing and houselessness policies and investments.
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Installations began in July throughout East Portland.
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Landmark zoning reforms will open Portland’s residential neighborhoods to more – and less expensive – housing types for Portlanders today and those to come.
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On August 11, BPS staff briefed the Planning and Sustainability Commission on the ADAP work to date and project goals, including the recruitment for the Anti-displacement Task Force.
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New task force to comprise community members and cross-bureau City leadership; recommend actions for City Council to address housing and commercial displacement.
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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is planning to begin construction of the Alternative Pedestrian Walkway on NE 60th in the Cully Neighborhood the week of August 17.
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Proposed levy would raise approximately $48 million per year if approved
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Assistance prioritized for BIPOC communities will help thousands of households, but without more help from Congress, thousands of others will be left out and vulnerable to eviction.
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Assistance prioritized for BIPOC communities will help thousands of households, but without more help from Congress, thousands of others will be left vulnerable to eviction.
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Request for Interest. Submissions due Thursday, August 20, 2020, 5:00 PM
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Request for Interest. Submissions due Thursday, August 20, 2020, 5:00 PM
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This program will provide financial assistance to at least 230 homeowners to prevent involuntary displacement due to impacts of COVID-19.
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Low Income homeowners will receive financial and foreclosure prevention counseling, and/or support in navigating CARES Act Mortgage Relief options from one of four culturally specific non-profit community partners that serve BIPOC communities.