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Portland Parks & Recreation Urban Forestry is proud to present Portland’s annual Arbor Day Festival on Saturday, April 22, 2017, from 10am-3pm at Mt. Scott Park in southeast Portland.
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An evening of multicultural music and dancing, an opportunity to honor organizations and individuals who have welcomed new Portlanders, a chance to show support for the refugee and immigrant community.
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El programa de los Huertos comunitarios de Portland dona más de 31,000 libras de comida a organizaciones locales de ayuda contra el hambre
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Portland Community Gardens program donates over 31,000 pounds of food to local hunger relief agencies
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100 years of roses! World-famous garden celebrates centennial in 2017, events planned
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Ridership increased 40% since start of shuttle service
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Join us for a public celebration at 12pm on Monday, February 6, to kick off the largest Parks Replacement Bond project.
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Veteran public servant brings 35 years of experience to Portland.
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Book your wedding in a PP&R park for 2017 dates; in-person registrations get priority
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System Development Charges, Metro grant, and private donations via Friends of Gateway Green help new east Portland park become reality
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PP&R pools offer extra family swims and open play swims when school is out during winter break!
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PBOT and PP&R combined have received reports of around 260 distinct locations impacted by downed tree issues since the winter blast began last week.
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Please visit portlandoregon.gov/parks/weather for updated closures and/or call your pool or community center before you leave your home.
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Metro grant, System Development Charges to fund key projects, build on PDC’s previous investment and private donations
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System Development Charges from development revenue go towards realizing SE Portland park’s vision
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Enter for a free fowl this fall from Portland Parks & Recreation!
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Sustained rains and wet conditions across the city have left many PP&R athletic fields with standing water, mud, slippery turf, and other poor conditions that may impact athletes' safety.
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Portlander and Golf Professional to help oversee six top public courses
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The citywide closure did not impact synthetic turf fields, which are designed for all-weather play.