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COVID-19 Risk Level for Multnomah County: High Risk

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Environmental, fire and traffic risks make Hazelnut Grove a dangerous place to live. Residents have the opportunity to move to the new St. Johns Village.
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Portland's two newest city commissioners, Mingus Mapps and Carmen Rubio, were sworn into office on Jan. 1 with big plans to move the city ahead in 2021.
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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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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.
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On January 14, 2021, Multnomah County rescinded Ordinance 1287 which provided additional COVID-19 eviction protections to Multnomah County and City of Portland renters.
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A monthly snapshot of land use planning work going on in your neighborhoods. Please visit the respective project website and contact project staff with any questions.
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A combined sewer overflow to the Willamette River began about 9:45 p.m. January 12 and ended about six hours later. Avoid contact with the river through Friday, January 15 due to increased bacteria levels.
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Portlanders are encouraged to be COVID Safe, Portland Strong in new campaign
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Portland Street Response (PSR), the innovative non-police response created to assist people experiencing houselessness or a behavioral/mental health crisis, kicked off its first day with its pilot team on Monday, January 11.
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PCEF team adds new members to implement historic community-led climate initiative.
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New trainings added for January to May 2021. Register to attend a virtual training session.

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