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City Council adopted City Code amendments relating to permit extensions, abandonment, expiration, reactivations and voiding. The amendments apply to building, plumbing, mechanical, electrical, and sign permits, as well as amendments specific to wireless facility permits.
Work Zone Ahead: As construction seasons kicks into high gear, City of Portland urges travelers to use caution to save lives and prevent injuries to frontline workers
Portland and cities across the nation have seen a rise in fatal traffic crashes that defy historic trends. The COVID-19 pandemic created unique challenges and appears to have created tragic results on streets and highways.
This service provides an option for Development Services customers who want to obtain information about development. Interested customers can book a 15-minute appointment with a Development Services employee.
Members of the public needed to enhance Portland’s cultural and historic legacies; apply by April 15
The City of Portland is seeking applications for an at-large member of the public to serve a four-year term on the Historic Landmarks Commission. The deadline to apply is Thursday, April 15.
The new, much larger play area will be more accessible to people of all abilities and will have play elements that are unique in the PP&R system.
The City of Portland, through the Bureau of Development Services, is seeking interested persons to serve in one of seven positions, each for a three-year term, on the Development Review Advisory Committee. Persons of color are encouraged to apply. The deadline to apply is Friday, Feb. 26.
Updated Policies on Permit Extensions, Abandonment and Expiration, and Reactivation Requests and New Online Requests
The program guide for policies on when permits may be extended, when they are abandoned or expire, and when they may be reactivated after expiration has been updated.