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COVID-19 Risk Level for Multnomah County: Lower Risk
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Regional chlorine shortage: Portland water remains safe to drink

A regional chlorine shortage has disrupted supplies. The Portland Water Bureau is monitoring the situation and evaluating our supplies and procedures. Get updates.

Parks, recreation, and activities

Visit Portland Parks & Recreation to find a park, natural area, or community center, and to sign up for a class or activity.

News and Notices

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Construction and Maintenance

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Construction expected to start in Late Winter / Spring 2021

Errol Heights Park Project

Parks
In Planning
A new Errol Heights Park is coming in 2022
Recommended design and plan is available now.
Timeline TBD

Washington Park South Entry

Parks
Engineering And Design
Expected Grand Opening Summer 2022

Upcoming Events

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Thursdays are for Trees – Urban Forestry will be sharing tree activities at SFFA Lunch + Play in parks this summer. Volunteer for one of three roles to provide tree education and activities to your community.

Elementree Care

Volunteer Event
Join PP&R Urban Forestry to prune, mulch, and provide care to the trees of Ventura Elementary School.

Keeping Cool Under the Canopy

Classes and Activities
Take a walk beneath the rich canopy of Columbia Park during the heat of summer and learn how these great green giants are working hard to keep you cool.
Save the date for No Ivy Day on November 20, 2021. More details to come.