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On Nov 4, Portland Street Response’s second shift will start taking calls and offers expanded service from 6 pm – 2:30 am Thursday through Sunday. PSR’s existing day shift has changed its hours to 9 am to 5 pm Monday – Thursday. Both shifts will respond in a new expanded boundary.
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A decade of data show how Portlanders’ investment in the Big Pipe system is working to send sewage and stormwater to the City’s treatment plant and make overflows rare. The new Big Pipe Tracker lets the public see the system in action.
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Environmental Services is proposing updates to three administrative rules that govern permitting of sewer connections and lateral repairs in the public right-of-way or sewer easement. The public can comment on the proposed changes to ENB-4.17, ENB-4.33, and ENB-4.15 until 5 p.m. Monday, Dec. 6.
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Updates to Portland’s environmental zones will increase protections for natural resources, wildlife, homes and other structures, as well as property owners and other community members.
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National Park Service Underrepresented Community Grant will support identification of historic resources significant to LGBTQ+ communities and their history in Portland.
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PBOT offers the Winter Healthy Businesses program. The following information provides additional PF&R Fire Marshal's Office permit guidelines for tents/canopies and keeping other winter equipment clear of pedestrian zones.
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Urban Forestry Holiday Closure on Thursday, November 11th 2021

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