Services and Resources
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Full scholarships are available to Portland residents for "Portland Traffic & Transportation," a noncredit course at Portland State University sponsored by the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT).
If you have a project that benefits your community and the environment, you can apply for a Community Watershed Stewardship Program (CWSP) grant of up to $12,000. The two-page pre-application for projects is due by 4 p.m. on the first Friday of February each year.
The Community Watershed Stewardship Program provides funding for native plants that benefit water quality and the watershed. Gift certificates from Bosky Dell Native Nursery are available to community groups or individuals planning to improve community spaces. Applications accepted year-round.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) issues PARK(ing) Day permits to allow residents, designers, businesses, students, community organizations and artists to temporarily transform parking spaces into public spaces. This international event takes place the third Friday in September.
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) encourages people to create new public space by closing a portion of the street to vehicles. Pedestrian plazas may occur on any street type that is next to or in close proximity to a partnering business or organization.
Percent for Green grants support community groups who would like to complete large-scale green infrastructure projects with benefits for watershed health and the community. Pre-applications are accepted in the spring.
Grants support community groups who would like to undertake projects and activities that support community participation in the Superfund cleanup process. Grants range from $5,000 to $50,000. Applications are due May 21, 2021.
Help take care of Green Streets in your neighborhood. It takes only a few minutes to sign up and find available Green Streets to adopt. Thank you for helping us keep our rivers and streams clean!
Consider hosting an educational event in fall or winter in preparation for next year's budget. These events can enhance your community group's understanding of City processes, programs, and services, and your voice can help us identify what City services are most important to community members.
DEQ's mission is to be a leader in restoring, maintaining and enhancing the quality of Oregon's air, land and water.
Report a hate incident, and get help, advice or counseling.
The Portland Water Bureau is excited to provide water education programs for you and your 3rd–12th grade students. We offer field trips and classroom programs.
Learn how to navigate Portland by foot like a pro. We tailor our in-person trainings to meet your group's needs.
Order FREE Vision Zero materials from the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) to help educate family, friends, neighbors, your school, or your organization about Vision Zero, Portland's commitment to eliminate serious and fatal traffic injuries in Portland.
With Greenbucks, Portland sewer customers can make $1, $3, or $5 contributions to help pay for the maintenance of green stormwater management facilities on public school properties throughout Portland. Whether you're a sewer customer or school district, register here.
Stay up to date with the Portland Freight Advisory Committee with periodic email updates by following the link below:
Companies may sign up with the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) to provide additional resources for permit holders with the Healthy Businesses program--construction materials, design, installation, maintenance, labor, or discounts. Partnerships can be limited to support communities of color.
Thanks for your interest in signing up for a Bull Run tour or being notified of future tour dates.
The TeenForce Pass gives FREE access to scheduled drop-in activities and designated open swims at five Portland Parks & Recreation community centers. The pass is available for youth ages 10 to 20. Face coverings are required inside all PP&R facilities.
Learn more about a list of URM buildings in Portland, how it was developed and updated, and its limitations.