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The citywide closure did not impact synthetic turf fields, which are designed for all-weather play.
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One of largest inventories of city trees in the U.S. will help guide Portland’s urban forestry management.
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Join Portland Parks & Recreation at Glenhaven Park for food cart vendors, games, live music and a movie in the park!
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Portland Parks & Recreation’s Matt Dishman Pool Reopening Celebration on October 21
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Newest city park to serve more than 400 families without current access to parks; to be built by a unique public/private partnership
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Community volunteer efforts citywide to remove invasive species on Saturday, October 29, 2016
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Held in conjunction with Sunday Parkways
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1,000 volunteers, nearly $12,000 in micro-grants, 58 park projects to be completed
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Bureau to continue to review materials, documentation, and chronology
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Portland Parks & Recreation installing additional and larger “No Swimming” signs
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Kelley Point Park - visitors urged to stay out of the water for safety
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National Eating Disorders Association walk on Sept 17, 2016
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Activities in place now; community celebration set for Thursday, September 15
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Pools, Splash Pads, Hot Weather Tips
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Bureau issues first Annual Report for the 2014 Parks Replacement Bond
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Accessibility improvements to assist neighbors, other future improvements possible