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The ordinance prioritizes houselessness response and household stabilization, small business support, community health and safety.
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Task force plans to have a heat emergency operational guideline completed by July 30
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The City Arts Program invites choreographers/dancers to apply to be part of “Ten Tiny Community Healing Dances” Sunday, Sept. 12 from 5-7 p.m. at Lents Park
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The Sustainability at Work program and certification has been retired as of July, 2021. However, green business tips and resources are still available on the website, and program staff are still available to help Portland organizations with recycling, compost, and waste reduction.
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Biko Taylor brings expertise from public school districts, commitment to support small businesses
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The Community Healing through Art initiative is a collaboration with the City's former Creative Laureate, Subashini Ganesan-Forbes
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We Are Only Human

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We all experience different kinds of crisis. When you’re in midst of one, healing requires a long and private journey that requires tremendous care, and lots of empathy.
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The Regional Arts & Culture Council has been providing arts-related services on the City's behalf since 1995.
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Historic Resources Code Project Recommended Draft available for review; City Council hearing anticipated this fall, but community members can submit written testimony via the Map App now.
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Multnomah County Ordinance 1296 strengthened protection for tenants. Safe harbor extended to 90 days.
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Following the success of a three-month pilot pollution prevention program, Environmental Services is continuing collecting wastewater from people who are homeless and living in RVs. Call BES’ spill response hotline at 503-823-7180 to request RV collection.
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A monthly snapshot of land use planning work going on in your neighborhoods. Please visit the specific project website and contact project staff with any questions.

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