Services and Resources for Parks, recreation, and activities

Who we are, and what we do at Portland Parks & Recreation.

COVID-19 Advisories

Portland Parks & Recreation’s primary goal is to keep our community healthy and protect the public from the spread of COVID-19.
Portland voters have approved the Parks Local Option Levy. This means that Portland Parks & Recreation will now be able to maintain neighborhood parks appropriately, improve access and safety, provide equitable recreation programs, and proactively care for its natural areas and urban forest.
Find and review Parks Construction and Planning Projects with project information, estimated timelines, and contacts. 
View and register for Portland Parks & Recreation classes and activities through our online system.
Report maintenance issues or safety hazards in Portland parks, natural areas, trails, community centers, or community gardens. Thank you for helping care for Portland's parks.
Download a digital guide to Summer Free for All
Each year, PBOT creates an annual report to showcase the development of the Public Street Plaza Program. The 2023 report details plaza usage, visitor perspectives, and outlines opportunities for future growth and programmatic improvements.
Portland Sunday Parkways presented by Kaiser Permanente announces its 2024 season featuring three open street events.
Portland Sunday Parkways is made possible with the help of our sponsors! They not only support us financially, but they also bring fun and valuable information on the day of the events.
PP&R has launched a community process to identify new names for A Park and Wilson Outdoor Pool in southwest Portland.

PP&R (Parques y Recreación de Portland) ha empezado un proceso comunitario para identificar nuevos nombres para A Park y Wilson Outdoor Pool en el suroeste de Portland.
Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) is committed to establishing a more financially sustainable direction, that aligns equitable service and funding levels – for the long term.
Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) Urban Forestry's mission is to manage and ensure Portland's urban forest infrastructure for current and future generations. Our urban forest consists of 218,000 street trees, 1.2 million park trees, and 2.9 million private property trees.
Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) believes recreation is for everyone. We know that the price of programs and activities prevents some community members from being able to participate.