danger
COVID-19 Risk Level for Multnomah County: Lower Risk
information
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.

News

Parks & Recreation News Menu
Displaying 61 - 80 of 346
Updated
Stay safe and have fun!
Updated
Maintenance and repair work to be completed on major downtown transportation corridor and gathering space
Updated
A message from Commissioner Nick Fish
Updated
Grand Prix of Portland, 59th Rose Cup Races and much more
Updated
January 23, 2019 public information session on the Barbara Walker Footbridge over West Burnside
Updated
Updated
Maintenance and repair work begin February 1 – use Better Naito for detour
Updated
Portland Parks Foundation (PPF) welcomes Randy Gragg as the new Executive Director. Gragg succeeds Jeff Anderson who recently retired from the role.
Updated
Updated
Lauded city parks system receives acclaimed environmental recognition
Updated
Held on Saturday, November 24, 2018 at Mt. Scott Community Center
Updated
Park transformed by native plantings and natural elements
Updated
Community volunteer efforts citywide to remove invasive species
Updated
Rose City native takes helm of popular, citywide program
Updated
Courts in up to 30 Portland Parks & Recreation sites are getting a makeover and upgrades, as a result of a more than $1 million donation from the two organizations