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Environmental Services is undergoing major construction at the City’s main wastewater treatment plant to protect water quality, replace aging infrastructure, and add seismic resilience. Construction is slated for 2024 completion and service will continue 24/7/365
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As many building owners and managers continue to face challenges through the ongoing pandemic, the City will not require annual report submissions for the 2021 calendar year. Commercial building energy reporting will resume with the 2022 calendar year.
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Researchers presented results to Portland City Council 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 5. This is a press release from Portland State University. A link to the program evaluation is included.
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Join Portland’s creative communities in an expression of our city’s resilience and diverse ways we grieve and heal together.
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Mayors Letter of Support on Community-Focused Violence Prevention
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October is National Security Month. Discover the tools and retirement options that can help fund your future so you can retire well.
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The State of Oregon’s Building Codes Division (BCD) released new editions of the Oregon Residential Specialty Code, Oregon Electrical Specialty Code and the Oregon Plumbing Code. Any permits issued in 2018 must meet the new code requirements, which took effect on January 1, 2018.
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To our Housing Partners, an important memo about PHB's upcoming address change, effective November 1, 2021.

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