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Regional chlorine shortage: Portland water remains safe to drink

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Portland Parks & Recreation encourages the use of parkland as a research laboratory in areas such as urban ecology and recreation, especially where research results can help build our knowledge base related to our parks and/or their management.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation’s (PBOT) Healthy Blocks permit allows temporary changes to streets to give people more space to stay active safely amid our current public health crisis. Applications for Healthy Blocks permits now open permits will be issued for June 1st on.
Street paintings are large, decorative paintings installed directly on the street to beautify neighborhoods and build community.
Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) maintains a variety of sports fields across the city. These include soccer, football, baseball, and softball fields. PP&R also issues permits for Portland Public School District fields.
Any construction work or staging on Portland Parks & Recreation property by any individual, organization, business, or agency - other than Portland Parks & Recreation or one of their contractors - requires a Non-Park Use Permit (NPUP) Application.
Many of Portland's parks have picnic tables available for use on a first-come, first-served basis. However, if you wish to guarantee a picnic site, you will need to make a reservation in advance.
All research taking place on property owned or managed by Portland Parks and Recreation requires a permit. There are no fees, but the permit is required. Applications will be accepted at any time.
Portland Parks and Recreation has many different venues available to rent for picnics, weddings, and more.