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Bull Run Filtration Facility Request for Qualifications

This is a legal notice informing all Applicants of MWH-Kiewit Joint Venture intent to solicit and receive Statements of Qualifications with the purpose of prequalifying Bidders to submit proposals to perform Work on specific Bid Packages listed in this advertisement.

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Bull Run Pipeline Project Request for Qualifications

This is a legal notice informing all Applicants of MWH and James W. Fowler, A Construction Joint Venture (hereafter referred to as Bull Run Conveyance Partners) intent to solicit and receive Statements of Qualifications with the purpose of prequalifying Bidders to submit proposals.

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Take the Clean Industry Initiative survey

Survey is open to building owners and operations managers until March 31, 2023.

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Have an idea? We have a Mini Grant.

Applications are always open, and we will make our next selections after the April 1 deadline.

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Finding leaks from space

Yes, you read that right--from space! Learn how we're using satellites to find leaks and save water and money.

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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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March 2023 – Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) Project Updates

A monthly snapshot of BPS's active land use planning work going on throughout the City of Portland. Please see the project updates and websites below for more details, and to find contact information for the appropriate project staff.

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News Release: PBOT launches Ride Every Wednesday to celebrate progress of Rose Lane projects

Downtown commuters can earn a $50 Kuto credit, free coffee, and win prizes by leaving the car at home for their downtown journeys.

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Recovering Stolen Vehicles: Fewer Stops, Better Outcomes

The Portland Police Bureau is using evidence-based practice methodology to greatly increase the chances of stopping occupied stolen vehicles.

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Behavioral Health Unit: Ride along with a Behavioral Health Response Team

Ride along with Behavioral Health Response Team Officer Billy Kemmer and mental health clinician Sarah Scafani of the Portland Police Bureau's Behavioral Health Unit.

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Portland Enagagement Project Public Events Kick Off

Your voice matters! Work together with Civic Life and the City to build an engagement model that works for all Portlanders and allows us to solve issues today and in the future.

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Portland Monuments Project

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City Council to appoint five human resources professionals to first salary commission, setting salaries for Portland city officials elected in November 2024

The Salary Commission will establish the salaries for city officials elected to Portland’s new form of government beginning in fall 2024.

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Notice of Receipt of Ballot Title for Measure Referred by Portland City Council

Notice of Receipt of Ballot Title

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Portland Police Debuts New Vehicle Design

For the first time since 2011, the Portland Police Bureau is debuting a new vehicle design for marked patrol units, including a different color scheme.

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Eastbound detour on E Burnside at Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard tonight, March 2, for traffic signal installation

Travelers can expect delays eastbound on the Burnside Bridge and southbound on Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard overnight on Thursday, March 2, from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. on Friday morning

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Building a Better 82nd: March 2, 2023 Update

This twice-monthly email includes updates about PBOT's work along 82nd Avenue and highlights events and engagement opportunities hosted by PBOT and our partners. Learn about the upcoming Major Maintenance Project and view the 82nd Avenue Corridor Atlas.


Low Testosterone (Low T) Support through Carrot Fertility

Carrot Fertility has expanded their resources to support those experiencing low testosterone (low T).

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Menopause Support Resources through Carrot Fertility

Carrot fertility has expanded their resources to support employees preparing for or already experiencing menopause, empowering them to continue thriving in their lives and careers.

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Deadline extended: Interested in promoting new tools to guide Portland's building permit process? Apply to serve on the Process Improvement and Technology Subcommittee

This subcommittee of the Development Review Advisory Committee proposes improvements to business processes for issuing building permits in the City of Portland. Persons of color are encouraged to apply. Applications are accepted through Monday, March 20.

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