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PBOT Neighborhood Streets Survey

Take PBOT’s Neighborhood Streets Program Community Survey Help us understand where to focus efforts and what to prioritize in the new Neighborhood Streets Program. We want to hear from you! The condition of streets and sidewalks in front of our homes and throughout our neighborhoods affects how we get around. We want to hear about how you use residential side streets, problems you experience as you try to get around in your neighborhood, and your input about your expectations for residential street improvements in the City of Portland. • Take our survey to tell us how the Neighborhood Streets Program […]

Apartments & Bikes?

Tell us about your apartment’s bicycle parking Where do you currently store your bike? Where do you WANT to store your bike? As the City of Portland continues its work to reach 25% bicycle mode split, have you ever wondered where all the bikes will park? We’ve seen the public, blue staple racks along the right-of-way, but what about the office worker – where do they park their bike for the 8+ hours during the work day; or what about people who live in apartment buildings – where do they store their bikes every evening? The Portland Bureau of Transportation […]

Police Bureau Citizen Review Committee

Police Bureau Citizen Review Committee Applications Due: Feb. 8, 5:00 pm The Portland City Auditor’s Independent Police Review (IPR) is responsible for the civilian oversight of the Portland Police Bureau. The Citizen Review Committee (CRC) is an advisory body to IPR and the Police Bureau. CRC holds appeal hearings of police misconduct investigations; listens to community concerns; periodically serves on the Police Review Board, an advisory body to the Chief of Police that makes recommendations as to findings and discipline of sworn police members; reviews Police Bureau policies; and advises IPR on complaint handling processes. CRC members are appointed by […]

Emergency Preparedness, Building Community

A New Year’s Resolution That Builds Community and Safety By Sue Campbell (www.suecampbellpdx.com) When you think of emergency preparedness, maybe you think of a reality t.v. show or some of the scare tactics used in media reports…Or maybe you try not to think about it at all. Emergency Preparedness (E-Prep) is a bit like other resolutions we set ourselves this time of year: not something you look forward to, but not so bad once you get started, and it feels great to have it taken care of. With the right perspective, preparing for an emergency can be empowering, as well […]

Recover NW 23rd

An update from the Portland Bureau of Emergency Management on the NW 23rd recovery project A RESILIENT COMMUNITY The Alphabet District is more resilient than ever before. For two months, you have united in the face of trauma, going above and beyond to help each other out. Generosity and good will are alive in your neighborhood, but there’s more to it.  You’re rebuilding, sharing lessons learned and taking steps to improve your community’s flexibility and durability. You’re strengthening business ties and relationships with neighbors. Next time you’re faced with trouble, you’ll be able to respond and recover more quickly because […]

Noise Review Impact Hammer

by Stan Penkin Noise Review Board Considers Action As the impact hammer pile driver reverberates throughout the North Pearl at Hoyt Street’s Block 20 project, the Noise Review Board (NRB) met on November 9th to discuss a proposal that would reduce the harmful effects of this antiquated method. With some 25 to 30 Pearl residents present to offer testimony and support, the board discussed its proposal to delete the exemption of impact hammer pile driving from the current construction noise ordinance and to provide that the use of this method come before the NRB for variance approval. This revision to […]

Legislative Advocacy 101 Panel

Get Ready for the 2017 State Legislative Session! Legislative Advocacy 101 Panel and Community Forum with Commissioner Amanda Fritz Thursday, December 1, 2016 6:00 – 8:45 pm Tabor Space, 5441 SE Belmont St. Legislative Advocacy 101 Panel:  6:00 – 7:35 PM This “Advocacy 101” event will provide community members with tips on how to be an effective advocate for your community or neighborhood during this upcoming 2017 state legislative session. A panel of elected officials and professional advocates will share their advice and answer questions about how the community can make an impact on public policy at the state level. Moderator: […]

Bagelworks Benefit Event

Sunday, November 20 2:00 – 8:00 pm Red Lion Inn, Jantzen Beach