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How to quickly assess your financial wellness

According to the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, financial wellness is a state of being in which you can fully meet your current and future financial obligations while feeling secure in your financial future and making choices that allow you to enjoy life.

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City Council approves appointments to the City of Portland’s new Planning Commission

Eight new commissioners will help guide equitable growth and development across the city.

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Winter Travel Advisory: PBOT warns that more snow tonight, lingering freeze all day Thursday will cause hazardous road conditions

Wednesday snowfall was far worse than forecast, and more is on the way, especially east of Interstate 205

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City of Portland seeks experienced heating and cooling professionals to serve on appeals board

The City of Portland seeks four people to each serve a three-year term on the Mechanical Code Board of Appeal. Persons of color are encouraged to apply. Applications are due no later than Tuesday, April 4.

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Weekly Street Services report: February 13 - 19, 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.


City Council rejects moving Transparency Advocate Charter Amendment to the May ballot

February 22, 2023

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Portland Parks & Recreation Removes Older Park Light Posts, Plans Replacement as Funding Allows

The Bureau is removing a portion of light poles in 12 City parks that have been identified as having structural anchoring issues that could pose life and safety hazards to the public.

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Fully charged! Electric vehicle policy updates

The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) has been working hard behind the scenes to help make electric vehicles (EV) more attainable and charging more accessible to all Portlanders. PBOT is bringing a proposal to City council to enable companies to install EV chargers in the public right-of-way.

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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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PAC - February 2023 Public Meetings Update

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PAC - February 2023 Public Meetings

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A Boat Tow Gone Wrong on a City Dock Cost Travis Nagels His Home and Taxpayers $10,000

Article from Willamette Week. February 01, 2023

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Quarterly Report – Q4 2022

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Building a Better 82nd: February 16, 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.


Service Level Update: Tree Permitting and Tree Hotline

Urban Forestry is experiencing an increased volume of permit applications. Turnaround time for a permit decision notice is 6 weeks from application intake

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Renewable Fuel Standard project updates

Phased-in approach to renewable fuels requirement; next steps; and learn more.

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Development Services, Fire and Rescue to launch pilot for reviewing solar permit applications

This three-month effort seeks to streamline evaluations of residential solar panel installations requiring engineering reviews.

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Multnomah County, Metro to waive fines for those who failed to pay new homeless services, preschool taxes

Article from The Oregonian. February 14, 2023

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Extended: PCEF Committee recruitment application

Are you looking for an opportunity to be a change agent for Portlanders? Bring your passion, expertise, and unique perspective to our efforts to invest equitably in climate-justice projects by applying to be a PCEF Committee member!

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Portland Parks & Recreation facing staffing issues, continues to recruit for full-time, part-time, and seasonal work

Portland's parks bureau opens recruitment for full-time and part-time jobs across the PP&R system with immediate openings, as well as many positions available for summer 2023.

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