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Portland Parks & Recreation announces winners of full college scholarships; applications accepted for EAGLE Caddie program
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New video series follows eight Portlanders with differing abilities as they explain what walking means to them.
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Top-end speeding already reduced by 95 percent
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Open house is first in series of opportunities for public feedback as PBOT develops plan for strategic transportation investments in Portland’s Central City
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City Council approves vision for a more bike and pedestrian-friendly, accessible destination with an improved park experience.
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City program offers discounted travel options for St. Patrick's Day this Saturday, March 17.
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This is a message to share new information about the Lincoln-Harrison Neighborhood Greenway Enhancement Project.
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Take a carbon neutral ride
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The amendments to Title 11 were approved by the Portland City Council on Feb. 14, 2018 and will go into effect on March 16, 2018.
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Council-approved amendments to City code and Administrative Rules make way for new programming this spring and summer.
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Follow up on City Council meeting of Nov 30, 2017
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The project will return for another five-month season, making walking and biking to Waterfront Park events safer from May 1 to September 30, 2018
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Effective March 1, 2018 – The Bureau of Development Services is announcing a new online payment portal for building code appeals, in an effort to be more helpful to customers who qualify for an appeal.
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PBOT crews will patrol streets at 500' and above, applying de-icer and road salt as needed. Snow plows will also patrol streets above 500'.