Services and Resources for Novel Coronavirus COVID-19

COVID-19 Advisories

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Portland Parks & Recreation’s primary goal is to keep our community healthy and protect the public from the spread of COVID-19.

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We offer a variety of fun and rewarding volunteer opportunities at sites across the city! Volunteer coaches, teacher aides, and mentors are always needed in our youth programs - and the parks, gardens, and natural areas welcome extra hands.
Portland is receiving $208 million from the U.S. government's American Rescue Plan, giving us the opportunity to make key investments in our recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and economic recession.
Ifan ussun an ei PBOT’s Slow Streets/Safe Street Initiative (Túmúnún Won Anenap) epwe fiis? Aneani ekkewe kapaseis aramas iir mei sou kapaseis fanitan me ekkewe pekiin aùrèèùr mei kawor seni we Portland’s Neighborhood Greenways fansoun osukosuken COVID-19.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation’s (PBOT) Healthy Blocks permit allows temporary changes to streets to give people more space to stay active safely amid our current public health crisis. Applications for Healthy Blocks permits are open.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation’s (PBOT) Healthy Businesses permit allows temporary changes to streets to give people more space to conduct business safely. Free permits that expired June 30 were extended at no charge through Aug. 31, 2022. A new permit cycle with some changes begins Sept. 1.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) launched the Safe Streets Initiative in response to the Covid-19 public health crisis. Part of this initiative is FREE, temporary, 5-minute pickup/drop-off permit to use a designated parking space near your business. Zones are valid through June 30, 2022.
Các Tuyến phố Đi chậm | Sáng kiến Đường phố An toàn của PBOT sẽ hoạt động như thế nào? Đọc các câu hỏi thường gặp và hướng dẫn của chúng tôi về việc sử dụng Neighborhood Greenway của Portland trong cuộc khủng hoảng sức khỏe cộng đồng Covid-19.
The City of Portland received $114 million from the federal government to help the community mitigate the impacts from COVID-19. Through considerate decision making, the City has allocated the majority of funds to household and housing stability, as well as relief for small businesses.
The City of Portland is using CARES Act funds to support or amplify the services provided City bureaus and community partners. Below are summaries of the programs related to the Portland CARES Act.
Most City of Portland downtown facilities will reopen to community members Wednesday, June 1, 2022, as the City transitions to a new phase in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Find state and local resources for rent relief for tenants and support for landlords. Funding from these programs aim to prevent households from experiencing evictions and homelessness due to the financial and health impacts of COVID-19.
Follow the linked buttons to see current resources and information, including state and local emergency rent assistance. The lower section describes past programs related to the CARES Act, all of which the applications have now closed.
Information on landlord-tenant policy changes due to COVID-19 for Oregon, Multnomah County, and City of Portland.
This page contains a list of city and regional resources to support our communities as we experience the COVID-19 pandemic and get through this together.
As businesses reopen, the City of Portland and Multnomah County Health Department have created videos to educate the community on how to stay safe and slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The videos are translated in more than 35 languages. Please help us to share this information.