COVID-19 Safety, Recovery and Resilience

Face coverings are required in indoor public spaces and many outdoor spaces. State policy
Access City programs, people and projects helping Portland recover. Portland United

Volunteer. Play. Stay. Shop. Show the Rose City a little love. Here for Portland

Services and Resources for Economic development

The N/NE Neighborhood Housing Strategy is an initiative by the Portland Housing Bureau to address a legacy of displacement in North and Northeast Portland through investments in new affordable rental housing, opportunities for first-time homebuyers, and home retention programs for longtime residents
Explore affordable housing developments that are currently being built or planned for completion within the next few years.
Portland is receiving $208 million from the U.S. government to invest in our recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and economic recession.
Vendors and promoters doing business over a very limited term, may apply for a license using the form below.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) through the Portland in the Streets program issues Vending Cart permits to allow vendors to sell food or merchandise using a small mobile cart. Vendors with a permit can vend at specific locations on the public sidewalk.
The Consolidated Plan is a five-year strategic plan that sets out a collaborative vision for community development in the Portland area. Learn about the Consolidated Plan and the annual Action Plan.

Fair Housing

What is fair housing? Learn about the federal, state, and local laws that protect people from illegal housing discrimination.

Metro Website

External Resource
Metro website. Metro works with communities, businesses and residents in the Portland metropolitan area to chart a wise course for the future. Learn more at the Metro website.

Opportunity Mapping

The Opportunity Map identifies levels of opportunity in Portland neighborhoods. Using a 5-point scale, the map is based on variables that include childhood education, employment, transportation, access to family wage jobs, and access to community amenities that promote heathy, active living.
Together, we make an impact.
Home to the Portland Thorns and Portland Timbers, the City’s Providence Park Stadium can host more than 25,000 fans.
Stay up to date on N/NE Oversight meetings and news from the N/NE Neighborhood Housing Strategy. Join the email list here.
This service allows prospective and current contractors to receive updates pertaining to towing contracts.
Portland's sports, arts and entertainment venues support the local economy and they offer residents and visitors a place to have fun, whether that means being able to enjoy a Broadway show or cheer on the Trail Blazers at an NBA game.
The State of Housing in Portland report is published annually to provide stakeholders and policy makers with a comprehensive look at Portland’s housing market by neighborhood, housing type, and affordability using the latest available data.
View the latest report for the TIF Affordable Housing Set Aside

Travel and Tourism

By bringing visitors to Portland, the City helps create local jobs, boost spending at local businesses and support community services.
Veterans Memorial Coliseum brings sports, concerts and events to the Rose Quarter