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The Regional Arts & Culture Council has been providing arts-related services on the City's behalf since 1995.
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Historic Resources Code Project Recommended Draft available for review; City Council hearing anticipated this fall, but community members can submit written testimony via the Map App now.
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Multnomah County Ordinance 1296 strengthened protection for tenants. Safe harbor extended to 90 days.
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The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) plans to donate surplus BIKETOWN bicycles to two cities, reviving a bike-share system in Bend, and enhancing the bike-share system in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, under a plan the Portland City Council is expected to consider on Wednesday.
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A monthly snapshot of land use planning work going on in your neighborhoods. Please visit the specific project website and contact project staff with any questions.
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Proposals and applications now open for Charter Review community engagement!
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Changes to the City of Portland's zoning code will go into effect on Aug. 1, 2021. Learn more about how to submit a permit application if you wish to have the current zoning code apply to your project.
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After a shortage threatened reliable shipments of chlorine to the West Coast and other parts of the country, the Portland Water Bureau has resumed normal operations. 
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Construction continues on SE Hawthorne Boulevard as the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) completes curb ramp work next week and paving crews work from SE 24th Avenue to César E. Chávez Boulevard.
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A new date will be announced when it becomes available.
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DEQ grant funds to support compliance with Clean Air Construction are now available. Applications are open through 8/31/20. DEQ has $8 million to award and grants can cover up to 100% of retrofits, 40% of repower and 25% of replacement. The City provides free fleet assessments to qualifying firms.
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Changes will allow more multi-family housing and mixed-use projects to go directly to the permit process; expands the design standards so more projects can meet them.

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