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July 20 Community Listening Session for Downtown Clean & Safe Residential Ratepayers

Public Meeting
Community outreach meeting to discuss the Downtown Clean and Safe contract renewal for downtown residents.

Community outreach meeting to discuss the Downtown Clean and Safe District Management Services Agreement Contract for downtown residents.

Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SM-MQL8rR-u0L3giVqelHg

Description: 

What services will help make downtown Portland clean, safe, and successful as we recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and economic recession?

Downtown residential ratepayers are invited to join use for a community listening session co-hosted by Downtown Clean & Safe and City of Portland staff to shape a new scope of work for the enhanced services district in downtown Portland.

Participants will learn about the latest community feedback from Downtown Clean & Safe’s 2020 Business Surveyand have the opportunity to let us know what’s working, what’s not working, and what the city and Downtown Portland Clean & Safe can do to improve.

Downtown Clean & Safe is one of three enhanced service districts in Portland. This City program allows property and business owners to form districts that fund extra services such as trash cleanup, graffiti removal, business activation, and community ambassadors.

This is one of three community listening sessions held in Summer 2021 to engage stakeholders from ratepayers, residents to the businesses operating in our city’s core district. There are also two listening sessions held with a focus on those impacted by the district and the broader citywide community.  

This event is co-hosted by Downtown Retail Council, Downtown Portland Clean & Safe, Portland Business Alliance’s Central City Standing Committee, and City of Portland.