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Find the historic Freemont curb stamps and win a prize!
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PBOT’s Safe Routes to School program is supporting families as they make the transition back to in-school learning
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Some tax preparers can e-file City of Portland taxes this year, thanks to a pilot project that modernizes the City tax experience.
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Portland City Charter Section 2-506(a) authorizes the City Auditor to establish rules for the Auditor’s Office.
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(March 30, 2021) Paving work begins this Thursday, April 1 on NE Fremont Street from NE 59th to 40th avenues, as part of the Portland Bureau of Transportation’s (PBOT) ongoing street maintenance program.
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The proposed rule establishes criteria by which the Director of the Bureau of Development Services will charge, refund or waive fees associated with Land Use Services applications and other Planning Services applications and establish guidelines for intake of applications for land use processes.
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Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler names Jonna Papaefthimiou interim director of the Portland Bureau of Emergency Management (PBEM) starting on April 1, 2021.
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The Ailanthus altissima tree is commonly known as a Tree-of-Heaven. It can quickly grow to be a big problem. This is a guide to identify it.
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Giant sequoia and coast redwood trees are often found in California. They can also be found growing in Portland's urban forest.
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A brief review of tree parts and how a tree functions.
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Information on tree roots and sidewalks.
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Learn about a selection of trees that keep their leaves all year, and do well in Portland.
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A City's Public Information Officer corrects false assumptions about the Homelessness and Urban Camping Impact Reduction Program. Hear how the City provides trash collection, outreach, assistance, property storage and - as a last resort - campsite removals with advance, legal notice.

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