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(Feb. 26, 2021) The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) and other city agencies continue to clean up from the historic Presidents Day Weekend winter storms that covered the city with as much as 10 inches of snow and .75 inches of ice. 
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The proposed rule establishes procedures for self-certification and inspections demonstrating compliance with Type A ASTR requirements. The proposed rule would make the existing interim rule a permanent rule, with no changes.
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Building water infrastructure like the Bull Run Treatment Projects enables skilled tradeswomen to establish rewarding careers and contribute to improving the quality of life in our community.
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Alison Brown of JLA Public Involvement will guide the work of the 20-member commission, charged with reviewing Portland's founding documents and recommending changes.
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The February 2021 ice storm caused damage to many structures throughout Portland. Here is information on how the Bureau of Development Services can help expedite the permitting process for these repairs.
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Detections from routine monitoring in the Bull Run. Customers do not need to take any additional precautions at this time.
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Thinking about building an ADU (Accessory Dwelling Unit)? Got an exterior project in mind? It’s important to find out what zoning rules apply to your property. Even if your project does not require a building permit, you will still need to follow zoning requirements.