Services and Information for Novel Coronavirus COVID-19
Please complete this daily self-assessment survey before arriving at a City of Portland facility.
Organizations such as food pantries, schools, or health clinics providing direct services related to Covid-19 may apply to the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) for help with traffic control if you expect a temporary spike in vehicle traffic or other traffic disruptions.
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 Businesses permit allows temporary changes to streets to give people more space to conduct business safely amid our current public health crisis. Original permits expire Nov. 1. Applications for Winter Healthy Businesses permits now open.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) has launched the Safe Streets Initiative in response to the Covid-19 public health crisis. Part of this initiative is a Business Toolkit, and this FREE, temporary, 5-minute pickup/drop-off permit to use a designated parking space near your business.
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 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.
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.
In response to the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, the City of Portland is making the following resources and services available through community partners.
Out of concern for the safety of the public and City staff during the COVID-19 pandemic, City of Portland bureaus are making temporary changes and closures to our in-person customer service delivery. Many staff are teleworking to the greatest degree possible, as we continue to serve the community.
Information on rentership policy changes due to COVID-19 for Oregon, Multnomah County, and City of Portland.
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.
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.
Tax year 2019 filing and payment deadlines have been extended to July 15, 2020.
The Portland Emergency Coordination Center’s (ECC) Situation Status reports compile information and status updates about Portland’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
All Portland Parks & Recreation community centers and pools are temporarily closed in response to COVID-19. All on-site recreation activities are canceled until further notice. Please reference the amenities list on this page for complete details.
The City of Portland has placed hygiene stations throughout the community—portable toilets and handwashing stations—so that everyone has access to this critical health tool.