Most City of Portland offices will be closed Monday, May 29, in observance of Memorial Day.
Updates to Portland’s camping code coming to Portland City Council May 31
The Mayor’s proposed ordinance will amend Portland City Code restrictions on camping in the public right of way
Mayor Wheeler releases proposed $7.1 billion dollar budget for Fiscal Year 2024
This budget continues to focus on the four shared priority areas of City Council - homelessness, community safety, economic recovery, and livability.
Mayor Wheeler, partners announce enhanced auto and retail theft task forces
Mayor Wheeler joined Multnomah County Chair Jessica Vega Pederson, DA Mike Schmidt, and Portland Business Alliance President & CEO Andrew Hoan
Portland City Council approves five-year ‘Advance Portland’ inclusive economic development strategy
Plan is a framework for inclusive growth through advancing competitiveness, racial equity, and climate action.
Portland City Council adopts new election system that will lead to vigorous voter education campaign
Oregon was the first state to establish vote-by-mail elections in 1998; now Portland becomes Oregon’s third jurisdiction to conduct elections using ranked-choice voting beginning in November 2024.
Mayor Wheeler and Chief Lovell Announce New Civilian Dean of Training at Portland Police Bureau
City Bureaus and Offices Pool Resources to Secure Washington Center Building
Unified Effort Helps Address Livability and Public Safety Concerns
City Announces Date for Gunshot Detection Townhall
Portland City Council approves appointees to first Government Transition Advisory Committee
The committee will advise city council, the chief administrative officer and City of Portland’s transition team on issues related to the development and implementation of the transition plan.
Notice of upcoming Independent District Commission public hearing on District Plan Criteria
The Independent District Commission will lead the effort to establish four new geographic districts for Portland’s next city council.
Portland City Council Passes Emergency Ordinances to Support Office-to-Housing Conversion
Mayor Wheeler Announces Dates for Upcoming 'Community Conversations'
Mayor Wheeler will host ‘Community Conversations,’ to provide opportunities for stakeholders and residents near the SE Gideon Street site to share concerns, ask questions, engage with our service providers, and help develop a good neighbor agreement regarding Temporary Alternative Shelter Sites.
Portland City Council selects first Salary Commission in a unanimous vote
Playing a key role in implementing voter-approved changes to Portland’s election system and form of government, the Salary Commission will set pay for the City of Portland’s elected officials.
Mayor Wheeler Releases Video Statement: Temporary Alternative Shelter Sites is a Compassionate Response to Connect Homeless Portlanders to Services and Housing
Temporary Alternative Shelter Sites are a Compassionate Response to Connect Homeless Portlanders to Services and Housing.
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