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Portland Parks & Recreation Urban Forestry presents the Second Annual Yard Tree Giveaway events for 2018; Focused on east Portland's Centennial, Lents neighborhoods
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New park and plaza serves nearly 1,000 new households in area east of I-205
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Advisory reissued based on visible scum found in Multnomah County water body
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Opening Day: join us as children read poetry, Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde hold a blessing ceremony, and more
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A celebration of those new to Portland and to the United States
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Please join Portland Parks & Recreation, Verde, Living Cully for celebration of new 25-acre park in a park-deficient neighborhood
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Up to 100 courts at 30 Portland Parks & Recreation parks will get a makeover and upgrades, as a result of a $1,050,000 donation from the two organizations
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Kids play for free on Mondays this summer at two Portland Parks Golf facilities starting June 25, 2018
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ALL indoor and outdoor pools CLOSED for staff training on Monday, June 18
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Join us as the popular annual SFFA series returns, featuring free Movies, Concerts in the Park, Free Lunch + Play, and more
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Parks Bond, System Development Charges will fund a new playground for people of all abilities
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Free bucket truck rides and family fun with Urban Forestry
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Grand opening celebration for Portland's newest park is free and open to all
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Popular commuting and recreational route back in service after three-day closure for paving work
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Free Movies, Concerts in the Park, Free Lunch + Play, and much more return starting in June
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Inclusive playground, Portland Loo, renovated plaza are part of Parks Replacement Bond project