Services and Resources for Open Data, Statistics, and Maps
City of Portland Website
Interactive map for the Anti-Displacement Action Plan project
Citywide and Bureau Affirmative Action Program (AAP) Plan and Reports
In 2022, we were tracking 40 audits with 226 recommendations. Topics ranged from internal financial focused subjects, such as payment card use and construction costs, to programs that impact Portlanders directly, such as the City’s approach to policing gun violence and cleaning up homeless camps.
We are tracking one Archives and Records Management audit: Data Loss Prevention.
Interactive Dashboard that summarizes crimes reported within a Business District.
We are tracking four audits that made 20 recommendations to the Chief Administrative Officer. Two audits addressed the renovation of the Portland Building. One audit involved homeless camp cleanups and the other audit assessed City-issued credit card use.
Common tools and links to reports and data related to housing and homelessness.
We are tracking two audit reports and eight recommendations within the Bureau of Development Services. The reports assessed short-term rental regulation and the building permits system.
Open Data Portal in partnership with the Portland-based tech company Ride Report. Provides academics, advocates, and other community members insight into how e-scooters and BIKETOWN bike-share are used around the city.
We are tracking one audit that made seven recommendations to Emergency Management.
We are tracking three reports and 17 recommendations at Environmental Services.
We are tracking two audits and four recommendations at the Equity and Human Rights Office.
Easily access links to all existing public safety data dashboards produced by teams within the City of Portland on this page.
Explore open data mapped in PortlandMaps.com under the category "Transportation." Alphabetical by topic, everything from curb ramps to area parking permit areas to pavement markings, sidewalks, and speed limits.
We are tracking one audit within the Portland Fire Bureau.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) uses a simple ranking index called an Equity Matrix to help make decisions on projects and programs. This map uses data on race, ethnicity, and income to apply a score to census tracts. It also uses data on limited English proficiency for more context.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) has launched the Vision Zero dashboard to maintain transparency about street safety improvements, automated enforcement, community engagement, and more. This page explains what data is included, how to use the dashboard, and descriptions of each section.
We are tracking three audits that made six recommendations to the Portland Housing Bureau.
The Bureau of Human Resources Dashboard is an interactive data visualization that allows exploration of key metrics related to recruitment and retention. This tool is updated monthly to depict the prior months' performance measures.
We are tracking two audits that made nine recommendations to Human Resources.