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The pandemic has led to a substantial increase in the amount of trash, graffiti, and vandalism in the city. The city’s recovery will require that these issues be addressed holistically and comprehensively by engaging multiple bureaus and community organizations.
Portland received $208 million from the U.S. government's American Rescue Plan, giving us the opportunity to make key investments in our recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and economic recession.
Prosper Portland partners with business district managers, community-based organizations, small businesses, and public partners to provide emergency relief and activation activities in public and private spaces throughout downtown and business districts impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Bybee Lakes Hope Center provides trauma-informed, data-driven, person-centered services to people experiencing houselessness. This program is funded by the American Rescue Plan, which is investing in Portland’s recovery – and our future.
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This investment ensures core City services can continue despite severe revenue shortfalls, and funds a temporary staff team to support overall implementation of our Rescue Plan award. This program is funded by the American Rescue Plan, which is investing in Portland’s recovery – and our future.
The Commercial Activations program provides a series of activations to support and increase visibility for small businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
By hosting events and providing grants for community programming, the Community Healing Arts Initiative helps Portlanders grieve and heal.
The County/City Joint Office of Homeless Services provides shelter, street outreach services, and survival support to providers to help unsheltered people stay safe during the pandemic. This program is funded by the American Rescue Plan, which is investing in Portland’s recovery – and our future.
This page contains a list of city and regional resources to support our communities as we experience the COVID-19 pandemic and get through this together.
Portland's Digital Divide Response is helping community members overcome barriers to getting online.
The Eviction Legal Defense Program provides eviction legal defense services to tenants facing eviction. Previously funded by the American Rescue Plan, investing in Portland’s recovery, the program continues to deliver through the Rental Services Office – a city resource for landlords and tenants.
The Fairfield Retail Revitalization project will restore 3,000 square feet of retail space in the heart of Portland's West End neighorhood. This program is funded by the American Rescue Plan, which is investing in Portland’s recovery – and our future.
Through the Healthy Business Program the Portland Bureau of Transportation works with local businesses to create accessible outdoor spaces creating spaces for community members to gather, access goods and services during the pandemic.
The Homeowner Foreclosure Prevention program works through partner organizations to provide foreclosure prevention counseling and, where needed, financial assistance to homeowners facing foreclosure. This program is funded by the American Rescue Plan, which is investing in Portland’s recovery.
When allocating Round 1 of the City's award, Council set aside a Housing Stabilization Contingency to make sure flexible funds are available to respond to the community's greatest need. This program is funded by the American Rescue Plan, which is investing in Portland’s recovery – and our future.
The City's Hygiene Stations help unhoused Portlanders have safe access to bathrooms and hand washing stations. This program is funded by the American Rescue Plan, which is investing in Portland’s recovery, our future - and everyone's health and safety.
The Minority Chambers of Commerce Support program provides capacity building funds to culturally specific business-serving organizations so they can better support their constituents impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oregon Worker Relief and its partners support immigrant and refugee Portlanders with help to keep small businesses open, stay stably housed, and navigate the immigration legal system. This project is funded by the American Rescue Plan, which is investing in Portland’s recovery – and our future.
Prosper Portland is partnering with Worksystems to provide career training and work opportunities. These services provide paid work opportunities and rapid re-careering services for Portlanders who are houseless, at risk of eviction, or at risk of involvement in violence.