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The Portland in the Streets team at the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is piloting a Play Streets program which turns neighborhood streets into pop-up community hubs for multigenerational socializing, play, and physical activity.

Update related to Covid-19

PBOT’s Portland in the Streets team has temporarily paused our Play Streets program in response to our current Covid-19 public health crisis. We remain committed to all the ways we use our public space for community building and connection, even if we can’t do what we normally do.

We will continue to monitor public health and other bureau priorities in determining when we are able to offer this program. To keep up to date on when the program will return, or to learn about other Portland in the Streets programs:

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We are currently creating community partnerships for future Play Streets events. Email the Play Streets team for more information.

We expect the Play Streets pilot to return when Multnomah County moves into their Phase 2 opening. To keep up to date on when the program will return, or to learn about other Portland in the Streets programs: