"Turning Our Moment into Movement" is the theme of Digital Inclusion Week 2022. Digital Inclusion Week is an annual week of awareness, recognition, and celebration of the organizations and individuals across the country who work tirelessly to promote digital equity in their communities.
Federal funding will help create permanent plazas downtown, including a segment of the future Green Loop
The U.S. Department of Commerce has announced that the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) will receive a $1.2 million federal grant to create 32,000 square feet of street plazas to promote tourism and the economic recovery of downtown.
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The Recommended Draft Design Guidelines are now available for review; Portlanders invited to testify in writing or at a public hearing on Nov. 2.
A United States Department of Justice grant between the Portland Police Bureau and Portland State University has demonstrated through data that trust between police and the community improves when there is follow-up contact to victims of crimes and when police provide non-enforcement walking beats.
The City Auditor has adopted the following administrative rules: ARA 2.06, ARA 4.04, ARA 4.14, ARA 6.01, ARA 7.05, ARA 7.06, and ARA 8.01.
Taxes in the City of Portland, Metro, and Multnomah County will be more aligned after the City Council’s approval and will benefit local businesses who offer professional services outside of the city.
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Have fun and help protect Portland’s treasured parks and natural areas
The City Auditor proposes the following revised human resources administrative rules for adoption: ARA 3.01-ARA 3.12
The Street Services Coordination Center is dedicated to assisting people experiencing homelessness and reducing the impacts of homelessness in Portland. We collect trash, evaluate health and safety risks, remove unsafe camps, provide shelter referrals and transportation to shelters.
An amendment to the Veterans Memorial Coliseum Operating Agreement, extending the current expiration date, would allow for more comprehensive discussions around future improvements and operations at the Rose Quarter venues.
Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability invites community feedback on proposed code amendment to City’s Renewable Fuel Standard
Public comment will remain open through Monday, Oct. 3, 2022.
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The Portland Police Bureau hired 20 Community Police Officers today, representing the first measurable staffing increase in years.
Southeast Tacoma Street and Southeast Milwaukie Avenue traffic slowdowns in September and October due to work on Sellwood Water System
Portland Water Bureau contractors are temporarily closing single lanes of traffic on weekdays for up to a month on SE Tacoma Street and SE Milwaukie Avenue in SE Portland starting September 23, 2022.
Beginning the evening of Oct. 12, customers will experience a more streamlined process to enable faster processing of solar permit applications.
North Precinct's Commander Tina Jones shares a bit about her precinct and the men and women who serve there.