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Starting December 1, 2021, certain Tree Permits will be valid for longer periods of time.
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Using field data gathered over the past year, we’ve fine-tuned the routes for planned Bull Run Filtration pipelines to reduce the number of new intertie facilities needed. The updated routes also limit pipeline construction impacts on the intersection of Altman Road and Dodge Park Boulevard.
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When community members report concerns about campsites, the 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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New trainings added for November 2021 to June 2022. Register to attend a virtual training session.
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For more information, contact Public Information at 503-823-8064.
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Find the purrfect gift for your loved ones by supporting small businesses and shopping local this holiday season.
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When community members report concerns about campsites, the 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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If you plan to do work involving residential demolitions, additions or alterations, you should be aware of an ordinance that the City Council passed on June 13, 2018, which simplifies some definitions, adds dust control requirements for major alterations using heavy equipment, and makes other techni
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