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COVID-19 Freeze for Multnomah County

The four-week (minimum) freeze is in effect through December 16th.

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In November 2020, the Water Bureau will mark another major Bull Run Filtration Project milestone and submit preliminary planning and pilot study results to the Oregon Health Authority as part of the compliance schedule.
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The investments we’re making in the Bull Run Treatment Projects and our water system are essential to the diverse industries and businesses powering our local economy.
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Darker evenings bring greater crash risk
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The Bureau of Development Services proposed fee increases across most of its services, effective Dec. 1, 2020. These fee increases were approved by the Portland City Council on Oct. 28, 2020.
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The City of Portland program opens to the public Tuesday to help Portlanders pay for household needs. The program is part of a $36 million City investment in COVID-19 housing relief.
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Use outdoor space like a parking lot to help with social distancing and safety. Get zoning and other city code information to use parking lots for outdoor customer seating, services, and to sell merchandise. Use these social distancing guidelines for your outdoor seating, outdoor booths and more.
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A new evaluation report finds the program has met or exceeded expectations for participation, and provides insights for improving Portland's housing stock.
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Plans Examiner Newsletter
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Plans Examiner Newsletter
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Latest relief includes more than $11 million awarded to more than 900 small businesses and launch of $15 million COVID-19 Household Assistance Program
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The SW Capitol Highway: Multnomah Village - West Portland project is now authorized to receive bids for construction.
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Get answers to your questions about Portland's Homelessness and Urban Camping Impact Reduction Program.
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The City of Portland program opens to the public Tuesday to help Portlanders pay for household needs. The program is part of a $36 million City investment in COVID-19 housing relief.

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