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Cryptosporidium Monitoring Update

Detections from routine monitoring in the Bull Run. Customers do not need to take any additional precautions at this time.

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Portland achieving results through innovations in its solar permitting process

Property owners want to reduce their reliance on the energy grid and promote cleaner and more sustainable sources of electricity. The City of Portland is testing new approaches in the review of permits for solar panel arrays.

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Audit Services Update: Emergency Management has made some progress toward improving emergency planning and response for people with disabilities

This is a one-year follow-up to our 2021 audit of Portland Bureau of Emergency Management, in which we made seven recommendations to improve the City’s emergency planning and response for people with disabilities.

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Audit Services Update: Office of Equity & Human Rights has made progress on ensuring Americans with Disabilities Act compliance

This is a one-year follow-up to our 2021 report that called attention to compliance risks related to the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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Help Protect Portland’s Ash Trees and Watch for Emerald Ash Borer

This page provides information about the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) and Portland Parks & Recreation's EAB Management Plan.

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Hazelwood Focus Area Gun Violence Reduction Project

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Mayor Wheeler Announces Dates for Upcoming 'Community Conversations'

Mayor Wheeler will host ‘Community Conversations,’ to provide opportunities for stakeholders and residents near the SE Gideon Street site to share concerns, ask questions, engage with our service providers, and help develop a good neighbor agreement regarding Temporary Alternative Shelter Sites.

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PBOT urges the public to slow down, as speed, impairment keep pedestrian deaths at historic high level in Portland, across U.S. in 2022

Speed, impairment, and traveling on high crash corridors accounted for most traffic crashes. The 30 busy, multilane streets PBOT has identified as high crash corridors comprise less than 10% of city streets, but accounted for 70% percent of the traffic deaths last year.

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March 2023 Transition Update

An update on the City of Portland's voter-approved plan to transition its form of government.

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Traffic Advisory: Intermittent eastbound detours on E Burnside at Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard tonight, March 9, for traffic signal activation

Travelers can expect delays eastbound on the Burnside Bridge and southbound on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard overnight on Thursday, March 9, from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. on Friday morning

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Now offering free wetland field verifications by request to qualifying sites

In partnership with the Bureau of Environmental Services' Wetland Inventory Project, the Columbia-Industrial Ezone Project is offering free wetland determinations to the owners of properties on which draft wetlands are mapped. Learn more about draft wetland mapping and see if your site qualifies.

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News Blog: How Parking Management is Like…

New video series highlights vital role parking management plays in maintaining quality of life in Portland neighborhoods.  

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Welcome our two new directors Kimberly Gupta and Sarah Santner

The Portland Water Bureau is pleased to announce Kimberly Gupta as the Operations Group Director and Sarah Santner as the Resource Protection and Planning Group Director.

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Portland City Council selects first Salary Commission in a unanimous vote

Playing a key role in implementing voter-approved changes to Portland’s election system and form of government, the Salary Commission will set pay for the City of Portland’s elected officials.

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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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Mayor Wheeler Releases Video Statement: Temporary Alternative Shelter Sites is a Compassionate Response to Connect Homeless Portlanders to Services and Housing

Temporary Alternative Shelter Sites are a Compassionate Response to Connect Homeless Portlanders to Services and Housing.

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Portland Community Groups and Local Government Partners Prepare for Weather Emergencies

Community organizations who serve Portland’s diverse communities are participating in an exercise to prepare for emergencies.

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Weekly Street Services report: February 27 - March 5, 2023

The Street Services Coordination Center is dedicated to assisting people experiencing homelessness and reducing the impacts of homelessness in Portland. We collect trash, evaluate health and safety risks, remove unsafe camps, provide shelter referrals and transportation to shelters.


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