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Public Street Plaza June Newsletter

New Plazas, Art, and Events Galore!

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Portlanders in need can now dial 311 or go online to request free air conditioning units ahead of summer months

Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund (PCEF) partnering with PDX 311 to expand the reach of its Cooling Portland program

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Improving household stability. Reducing risk of displacement.

Strategic Program 3: Clean Energy Improvements in Single-Family Homes moves forward

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PCEF Committee approves process to allocate additional clean-energy funds

Eligible entities can apply for grants between $20 million and $100 million beginning this spring

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N Columbia Blvd overpass reopens for vehicular traffic following emergency sewer repairs

Public works bureaus on May 6, 2024 reopened the N Columbia Blvd overpass in industrial North Portland following emergency sewer repairs that began in March.

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Portland Hydroelectric Project Update: April 2024

Please read our April 2024 Hydroelectric Project Update.

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Three tips for “March Madness” season

Your water meter deserves some TLC this March Madness season. Here are three tips everyone should follow as you tend to your yard this spring.

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Environmental Services requests public comment on proposed changes to administrative rules for user, development, and connection charges

Environmental Services is proposing changes to multiple administrative rules related to user, development, and connection charges. The public comment period was open from April 1 to May 1, 2024.

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Out of this world! Using space to find water leaks in Portland

What do Mars, water leaks, and Portland have in common? This Fix a Leak Week, learn how we're using satellites to find leaks and save money and water.

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Clean Air Construction Small Grant Open Through 4/5/2024

The Clean Air Construction Small Grant Program for diesel engine retrofit, repower or equipment replacement is now open through April 5th, 2024. This grant is to support firms in converting to new, cleaner technologies and exhaust controls to comply with Clean Air Construction requirements.

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How to catch a running toilet

Toilet leaks are the most common household leaks. There’s no better time than Fix a Leak Week (March 18-24) to track down household leaks that waste more than ONE TRILLION gallons of water nationwide each year.

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Don't flush your money down the toilet

Leaks can waste a lot of water and money. There’s no better time than Fix-a-Leak Week (March 18-24) to track down household leaks that waste more than ONE TRILLION gallons of water nationwide each year.

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Portland Hydroelectric Project Update: March 2024

Please read our March 2024 Hydroelectric Project Update.

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DEQ Diesel Emissions Mitigation Fund Grant Application Open Through 5/30/2024

Funding available to equipment owners in Oregon to help replace older and more polluting diesel engines with new, cleaner technologies or exhaust control retrofits.

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Additional Support for Community Members Navigating Retroactive Permitting Related To Storm-Damaged Trees

This page contains information about additional support offered by Portland Parks & Recreation for community members navigating the retroactive permitting related to storm-damaged trees.

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Garbage service delays due to snow and ice

In case of snow or ice, leave garbage, recycling, and compost carts at the curb. They will be emptied as soon as it is safe to do so.

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Got burst pipes? Apply for a credit on your sewer, stormwater, and water bill.

If you had frozen pipes burst or leak during the January 2024 winter weather event, you can request an adjustment (or credit) to your sewer, stormwater, and water bill so you don’t have to pay for the increased water use.

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Commissioner Ryan Waives Fees for Winter Storm-related Tree Damage

In response to this extreme weather event and the Mayor’s emergency declaration.

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