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What Works Cities certification provides a national standard for management of local governments using data and evidence. In this blog series, we highlight WWC certification criteria and what the City of Portland is doing to achieve them.
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We asked Lindsey Maser and Renata Tirta to share how they’ve used behavioral insights and evaluation in their work and why they think it’s important.
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New trainings added for January to May 2021. Register to attend a virtual training session.
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At the Portland Water Bureau, providing excellent customer service is a priority. When we don’t hear from you, sometimes we reach out – especially if we haven’t received your payment, or we notice increased use and suspect you have a leak.
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Thanks to hard work and a commitment to the City of Portland’s equity contracting goals, Emerio Design is tackling their biggest civil engineering and surveying projects yet and improving the quality of life of our community with the Bull Run Filtration Project.
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What Works Portland Citywide Survey Results from November on whether bureaus maintain a discoverable and accessible data inventory
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City Council authorize contract with Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc. for Design Services and the Construction Manager/General Contractor (CM/GC) procurement method for the filtration pipelines.
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Whether you’re mailing packages or receiving them, we’re here to clear up what’s recyclable and what’s not in Portland.
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What Works Portland Citywide Survey Results from October on how bureaus determine whether to enter into or continue a contract. 
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As we invest in the Bull Run Treatment Projects, we're committed to keeping water affordable by taking advantage of low-interest rate financing, managing costs closely, and offering assistance to customers who could use help paying their bill.