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Portland city offices remain closed Friday; winter weather resources available

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Following a winter weather event that began Feb. 23, 2023, City of Portland offices will remain closed for in-person services Friday, Feb. 24.

City of Portland offices will remain closed Friday, Feb. 24, to prioritize health and safety during the continuing challenges of snow on the ground and below-freezing temperatures. 

Winter weather resources are available, and most city services continue as usual. Thousands of employees are reporting to work to clear roads, operate parks, fight fires and attend to the most vulnerable community members, and most others are working remotely. 

For more information, see the Weather and City of Portland Services webpage. 

If you have additional questions, call our information line by dialing 311. Someone is available Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. (excluding federal holidays) as your single point of access to help with any questions or local government service needs within Multnomah County. 

Call: 311 / 503-823-4000 
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  • Get the latest severe weather travel tips, road closures, chain advisories and more on the Portland Bureau of Transportation's Winter Weather webpage. PBOT serves as the City's hub for real-time information to help you stay safe and get where you need to go during winter weather events. 

  • Are you planning to visit your favorite City park or attend a class or activity at a community or arts center? Check Portland Parks & Recreation's Inclement Weather Policy and Closures or call 503-823-2533 for information. 

  • Check out The Water Blog for news about winter weather impacts to water. Be our eyes and ears! If you think you’ve spotted a broken main, call our 24-hour emergency line at 503-823-4874. Crews are ready to respond to emergencies, including water main breaks, 24 hours a day, and seven days a week. 

  • Did you see a downed tree or large limb on City property or public streets? Report it by calling 503-823-TREE (8733). Please be patient; Urban Forestry crews are minimizing safety risks and clearing the largest debris first. Emergency dispatchers are available 24 hours per day, seven days a week. 

  • In case of snow or ice, leave your bins at the curb. Your garbage company will come as soon as they can. Learn more about your garbage and recycling pickup. 

  • Inclement weather may affect some building inspections from the Bureau of Development Services. Check the Bureau of Development Services’ web page and social media channels for the latest information on services affected by snow and ice.