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Portland Parks Commissioner Carmen Rubio and Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) are pleased to announce that work is beginning to fully develop East Portland's Mill Park.
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Notice of the Nomination results of the 2021 Special election.
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The inaugural spectator venues report tells the story of how City’s premiere performing arts and sporting facilities fared last year amidst unprecedented challenges.
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Landis & Landis Construction LLC will begin construction in June
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Construction on the $4.7M Red Electric bridge and trail segment is expected to be complete in Spring 2022.
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On April 13 the PSC will hold a work session on the Ezone Map Correction Project; commissioners will discuss proposed amendments based on site visits, as well as other possible amendments to the maps and zoning codes.
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This service provides an option for Development Services customers who want to obtain information about development. Interested customers pay a $77.50 fee for a 30-minute time-certain appointment online on Microsoft Teams with a Development Services employee.
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Detections from routine monitoring in the Bull Run. Customers do not need to take any additional precautions at this time.
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On April 07, 2021 the Biden - Harris Administration announced six initial actions to address the gun violence public health epidemic that is taking place in our country.
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The City's Creative Laureate, Subashini Ganesan, will lead an arts-focused initiative to support healing in our community.
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Government Technology magazine honors City of Portland's Chief Technology Officer, Jeff Baer, with national leadership award. Under his leadership, the Bureau of Technology Services dramatically expanded employee and community access during 2020.
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Portland Street Response expanded its boundaries on April 1, 2021 to serve more areas and added additional call types.
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Civic Life Welcomes Kareen Perkins as the Bureau's New Livability Supervisor