Memorial Day closure

Most City of Portland offices will be closed Monday, May 27, in observance of Memorial Day.

Services and Resources for Police and safety

Alarm Payment Submission

Make your alarm payments online.
This appendix to our 2020 Annual Report summarizes case handling decisions and outcomes.
Explainer from the Portland Bureau of Transportation) about “rest in red” technology for traffic signals. How the technology works, how it’s deployed, what it costs. Information provided by PBOT’s Traffic Systems & Operations group and Vision Zero team.
About the Safe Routes to School program at the Portland Bureau of Transportation.

About Us (PCCEP)

Welcome to PCCEP the Portland Committee on Community-Engaged Policing.

About Vision Zero

Protecting human lives is core to Vision Zero, the goal to eliminate traffic deaths and serious injuries on Portland streets.
The African American Advisory Council is a partnership that brings together members of Portland’s African American community and police officers to promote understanding and respect in police and community relationships.
The City of Portland requires both residents and business owners with alarm systems to maintain an annual permit with the city.
Portland Bureau of Transportation Vision Zero reports on deadly traffic crashes, patterns and trends, how the city responds to deadly traffic crashes, and how crash data works for each calendar year.
In 2022, we were tracking 40 audits with 226 recommendations. Topics ranged from internal financial focused subjects, such as payment card use and construction costs, to programs that impact Portlanders directly, such as the City’s approach to policing gun violence and cleaning up homeless camps.
Portland Bureau of Transportation updates the public on our Vision Zero work annually—what work we’ve done and what areas need more attention—through the Annual Vision Zero Action Plan Progress Report.
For activities that make more noise than the Noise Code allows, or if your construction project takes place outside permitted construction hours, then you will need a noise variance.
These are audits we plan to begin or complete in the coming fiscal year. They are subject to change, and new topics may be substituted or added if higher priority issues emerge during the year.
The mission of the Behavioral Health Unit is to coordinate the response of Law Enforcement and the Behavioral Health System to aid people in behavioral crisis resulting from known or suspected mental illness and or drug and alcohol addiction.
This report, “Beyond Traffic Safety: Building community belonging and safety in public spaces,” documents community members’ experiences and reflections on what personal safety means to them and ways government agencies and community-based organizations can engage to make public spaces safer.
The Police Bureau takes reports on stolen bikes, but without any means of identification (such as serial number), it can be difficult to have probable cause to seize a stolen bike as well as return recovered bikes to their rightful owners.
The Portland Bureau of Emergency Communications (BOEC) 2019-2023 Strategic Plan with the bureau's mission, vision, program areas, and five strategic initiatives.
Interactive Dashboard that summarizes crimes reported within a Business District.
The Business Services Division of the Portland Police Bureau provides financial leadership and expertise to the Bureau.
These links will open the FPDR Directors Calendars for viewing or download.