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An ongoing multi-year land use planning and community development effort to plan for healthy, connected, and inclusive communities along the SW Corridor beginning with a West Portland Town Center Plan and South Portland Area Planning
It's a new way for people to be in the Central City … active, safe and fun. Whether on foot, bike or mobility device, people of all ages and abilities will be able to use the Green Loop to get to work, go for a jog, shop, eat out, play, and meet friends for lunch or a concert in a park.
Summer and Fall 2020
On Nov. 12, 2020, the Portland City Council adopted updated policies related to tree preservation during development activities. This page includes information that led to this policy decision.
Replaces the current Title 13, Animals, with updated rules for keeping bees and livestock to support the well-being of the animals and reduce animal-related nuisances on neighboring properties.
2015 - 2025
The Portland Water Bureau is replacing reservoirs that have served the city since 1894 with a new 12.4-million gallon, seismically reinforced underground reservoir.
The West Portland Town Center (WPTC) Plan will lay out a vision for a healthy, connected, and multi-cultural town center and includes an action plan to meet the diverse needs of current and future residents and businesses.
Engineering And Design
The Willamette River Crossing Project, which will build an earthquake-resilient water line deep under the Willamette River, is part of the Water Bureau’s commitment to preparedness. This new pipe is critical in making sure we can get water to the west side of the Willamette after an earthquake.
The Willamette River Greenway Inventory includes data and maps describing land uses, zoning designations, natural resources and historic resources. The inventory does not propose any changes to regulations on properties within the Greenway boundary.