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Mayor Wheeler and Commissioner Eudaly’s offices, BPS and PBOT share important information about upcoming City Council public hearings for Expanding Opportunities for Affordable Housing, Central City 2035, Residential Infill Project and Expiration Date Extension Project.
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City Council to hear public testimony on amendments to the RIP proposals during a virtual meeting on June 3
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Revised plan includes changes to address LUBA and Court of Appeals concerns.
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Read and submit comments on the Proposed Draft of code amendments from April 27 through May 26, 2020.
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Portlanders invited to testify during a virtual hearing, online via the Map App, or by mail.
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Updates from BPS projects and programs and how bureau staff are helping the City respond to the coronavirus crisis.
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Youth across Multnomah County are invited to design bike lane art for Portland's streets
PBOT and Multnomah Country Library team up to make sure contest meets Stay Home. Save Lives requirements
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Due to the City’s COVID-19 response and Permit Center closure, Urban Forestry walk-in service has been temporarily suspended.
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Concerts in the Park, Movies in the Park, Washington Park Summer Festival, Portland World Soccer Tournament are canceled this summer.
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April 7, 2020 update - please help stop the spread of COVID-19
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Mayor Ted Wheeler announced he will include funding for Columbia Pool in his proposed budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
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A monthly snapshot of land use planning work going on in your neighborhoods. Please visit the project website and contact project staff with any questions.
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Business for a Better Portland, Oregon Walks, 1000 Friends of Oregon, Rosewood Initiative, The Street Trust, the Northwest District Association, Professional & Technical Employees Local 17, and the City of Portland’s Pedestrian and Bicycle advisory committees join growing endorsement list for referr
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Due to COIVD-19, the Planning and Sustainability Commission schedule for considering the Ezone Map Correction Project has been revised; first hearing postponed until July.
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