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Up to 100 courts at 30 Portland Parks & Recreation parks will get a makeover and upgrades, as a result of a $1,050,000 donation from the two organizations
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If you plan to do work involving residential demolitions, additions or alterations, you should be aware of an ordinance that the City Council passed on June 13, 2018, which simplifies some definitions, adds dust control requirements for major alterations using heavy equipment, and makes other techni
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The projects, funded by the Fixing Our Streets program, close critical gaps in sidewalks along SE Flavel Street, NE 102nd Avenue and SE 112th Avenue and add 16 new ADA-compliant curb ramps.
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Kids play for free on Mondays this summer at two Portland Parks Golf facilities starting June 25, 2018
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ALL indoor and outdoor pools CLOSED for staff training on Monday, June 18
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Join us as the popular annual SFFA series returns, featuring free Movies, Concerts in the Park, Free Lunch + Play, and more
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Crews will be doing night work on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights from approximately 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. to restripe Foster from SE 52nd Avenue to SE 82nd Avenue to create a new center turn lane.
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Parks Bond, System Development Charges will fund a new playground for people of all abilities
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Free bucket truck rides and family fun with Urban Forestry
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Grand opening celebration for Portland's newest park is free and open to all
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Safe Routes identified over 1,200 projects along the Primary Investment Routes throughout the city. Projects not funded by Fixing Our Streets will be incorporated into and built by other planned City improvements or will need additional funding to be implemented.
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Do you want to make an impact on development in Portland? Read about joining the Development Review Advisory Committee.
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Popular commuting and recreational route back in service after three-day closure for paving work
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Free Movies, Concerts in the Park, Free Lunch + Play, and much more return starting in June
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The City Council has taken action recently regarding Development Services' budget request for Fiscal Year (FY) 2018-19 and the bureau’s 2017 Spring Budget Monitoring Process (BMP) request, which made changes to Development Services' current (FY 2017-18) budget.
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Article from The Oregonian. June 13, 2018.