What an amazing day! PPB hired 16 officers, 1 PS3 and recognized 7 new professional staff. More hiring to come in the following months.
Traffic Advisory: PBOT crews work quickly to resurface road, limit disruptions in Northeast Portland's Russell neighborhood
Resurfacing project will bring smoother roads, safer crossings to East Portland neighborhood
Traffic advisory: As students go back to class, PBOT reminds the public that school routes are everywhere. Remember to slow down!
It's a great time for families to organize a walking school bus, bike train or carpool to reduce traffic near schools.
PBOT repaving project expected to take seven weeks.
Traffic Advisory: Repaving project will close segments NE 33rd Avenue between NE Sandy Blvd and NE Brazee Street, Aug. 8 to 31
NE 33rd Avenue will be closed for several days at a time during the work period, with work zone closures for a few blocks at a time starting at the north and moving to the south.
PBOT crews work to remove century-old trolley tracks and repave Lombard
Portland City Council unanimously approves largest single investment in climate justice in City history
$107 million will fund 65 projects fighting climate change as nation faces unrelenting heatwaves, wildfires, drought and other extreme weather events.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) and the Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) will improve several local streets in the Cully neighborhood by paving gravel streets, adding sidewalks, building stormwater infrastructure, and slowing traffic with speed bumps and stop signs.
When community members report concerns about campsites, the Homelessness and Urban Camping Impact Reduction Program assesses each location, collects trash and debris, evaluates health and safety risks and refers people to shelters. See how the program served Portland this week.
The public is invited to provide testimony on the draft permanent rules. Please submit your comments by August 16, 2022. A virtual public hearing will be held on August 16 at 2:00-3:00pm. Follow the link below to register.
Director Shannon Callahan shares a farewell message to partners, colleagues, and friends as she departs the Portland Housing Bureau.
Shannon Callahan, Director of the Portland Housing Bureau, has announced her resignation. Since joining PHB in 2017, Director Callahan has overseen the bureau’s highest affordable housing production to date. A national search will be conducted to find her replacement. Her last day will be August 1.
Read our mid-July e-newsletter for an update on the water main replacement project happening along SE Lambert and 19th Avenue.
Youth Summer Jam