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PBOT restores six lanes to North Going Street Bridge, completing permanent repairs from Union Pacific Railroad derailment crash

Crews with the Portland Bureau of Transportation restriped the lanes on the North Going Street Bridge this week, restoring the three full travel lanes in each direction. Union Pacific will cover the city's costs for making the repairs.

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Environmental Services requests public comment on proposed changes to ENB-4.07 regarding the criteria the bureau will apply when evaluating route of service

Environmental Services proposes revisions to ENB-4.07 to remove obsolete policies and provide guidance and clarity on the decision-making criteria it will apply when evaluating route of service options for properties connecting to the public sewer system. Public comment will open May 23, 2022 .

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RACC launches economic impact study

"Arts & Economic Prosperity 6" will document in unprecedented scope and detail the economic power of arts and culture in Portland and throughout the metro region.

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Proposed fee changes for the Bureau of Development Services, effective July 1, 2022

Learn more about the proposed fee increases and how you can weigh in.

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Talking Beat - Fentanyl in Portland

This episode of the Talking Beat features a discussion on fentanyl. Fentanyl is prevalent in Portland, crossing all demographic boundaries. It affects all races, all socioeconomic groups, and can be a deadly choice.

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SE Lambert and 19th Avenue Water Main Replacement - May 2022

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Advisory: PBOT releases its 2021 Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Title II Public Right of Way Transition Plan Update

The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is committed to ensuring an accessible transportation system for all users, while being transparent with the public in how work gets completed.

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Save water and money: Spruce up your sprinkler system

Hot weather will be here before we know it! This spring, give your sprinkler system the checkup it needs to help you save water and money this summer.

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Help for Portland's Homelessness Crisis

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Water Bill Assistance Programs

Need help paying your water bill? Check out these resources.

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New Morpheus Youth Project Mural

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Meet our new Partnerships & Equity Manager

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Weekly campsite report: May 9-15, 2022

When community members report concerns about campsites, the Homelessness and Urban Camping Impact Reduction Program assesses each location, helps clean up trash and debris, and evaluates health and safety risks. See how the program served Portland this week.

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Commissioner Hardesty approves new Pedestrian Design Guide, helping add more space for trees while preserving access for people with disabilities and other pedestrians

The first new rules for sidewalks in 24 years will help Portland fight climate change by forging a compromise that allows space for people and trees

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PP&R announces the upcoming opening of the new, more inclusive Gabriel Park playground

The reimagined play area is three times as large, more accessible to people of all abilities!

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Commissioner Mapps lauds EPA award of $500,000 brownfield grant to Portland; helps turn vacant properties into affordable housing, other productive uses

A federal EPA grant will help the City continue its brownfields program to assess environmental contamination on unused properties where contamination has been a concern, and prepare them for redevelopment and a return to a productive community asset

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FY 22-23 Budget Update from Commissioner Hardesty

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Commissioner Ryan and the 2300 SW Naito Stakeholder Group Make Progress on Safe Rest Village Negotiations

Commissioner Ryan and the 2300 SW Naito Stakeholder Group Make Progress on Safe Rest Village Negotiations

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What to expect in your new Development Services Center


Limited in-person services in the Development Services Center, at 1900 SW Fourth Avenue, will be available, mostly by appointment only, beginning the week of July 18. Learn more about the new features, hours of operation, and mandatory appointment scheduling.

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