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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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Press release on behalf of NAYA and Portland Indian Leaders Roundtable
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Send us your feedback about solar permits by Monday, October 12, 2020 at 5:00 PM
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Portland's Office of Violence Prevention collaborates with national organizations to implement research-proven violence reduction strategies
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Areas of focus include graffiti removal, trash clean-up, safe sleep options and public safety
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Starting today, businesses can apply for free winter permits to use street space for physical distancing, Nov. 1 through March 31, 2021
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We can’t come together in person but there are still a lot of great resources for your health, saving money and peace of mind.
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Similar trainings to be developed for all City employees in near future
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Our collective understanding and response is a must
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The Administrative Rule provides guidance on implementing Title 29 of the Portland City Code (PCC), which governs property maintenance regulations related to minimum property maintenance standards within the City of Portland.
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Subscribe to Tree Bark, Urban Forestry's digital newsletter, featuring updates about upcoming events, tree giveaways, tree care, and more!
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Community center will offer 75 beds, open 24 hours a day, to people experiencing homelessness this winter
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The improvements PBOT will roll out this year and next will have an immediate impact on Portlanders who continue riding transit during the Covid-19 pandemic, including frontline workers, by making bus service more convenient and reliable.
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