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Portlanders have an extra month to pay the $35 tax, which supports local arts programs and education.
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The inaugural spectator venues report tells the story of how City’s premiere performing arts and sporting facilities fared last year amidst unprecedented challenges.
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The City's Creative Laureate, Subashini Ganesan, will lead an arts-focused initiative to support healing in our community.
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Government Technology magazine honors City of Portland's Chief Technology Officer, Jeff Baer, with national leadership award. Under his leadership, the Bureau of Technology Services dramatically expanded employee and community access during 2020.
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The City of Portland is seeking candidates to serve as our next Creative Laureate.
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Some tax preparers can e-file City of Portland taxes this year, thanks to a pilot project that modernizes the City tax experience.
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A City's Public Information Officer corrects false assumptions about the Homelessness and Urban Camping Impact Reduction Program. Hear how the City provides trash collection, outreach, assistance, property storage and - as a last resort - campsite removals with advance, legal notice.
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The due date for filing/paying your tax year 2020 Arts Tax return and your Sole Proprietor Combined Tax Return has been extended.
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City hires Mike Myers as Community Safety Transition Director
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Tourism leaders requested the additional 1 percent fee as part of Portland’s Tourism Improvement District. Their industry has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic and economic recession.
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Angela Jones works in advertising, lives in East Portland and owns The Big Legrowlski, a bar and music venue. She joins the 20-member Charter Commission to evaluate how local government works.
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New logo represents community benefits of the arts fund, which restored arts education in all of Portland's public elementary schools.
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Alison Brown of JLA Public Involvement will guide the work of the 20-member commission, charged with reviewing Portland's founding documents and recommending changes.
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The Portland Revenue Online system allows taxpayers to manage information and pay taxes from computers, smartphones or tablets.
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Shared priorities will shape the Portland City Council’s budget and policy decisions during 2021.
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Get answers to your questions about Portland's Homelessness and Urban Camping Impact Reduction Program.
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Environmental, fire and traffic risks make Hazelnut Grove a dangerous place to live. Residents have the opportunity to move to the new St. Johns Village.