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PedPDX

Are you passionate about making Portland a great walking city? Apply for our Community Advisory Committee! The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is excited to announce PedPDX, Portland’s Citywide Pedestrian Plan. The plan will prioritize sidewalks, crossing improvements, and other investments to make walking safer and more comfortable across the city. It will identify the key strategies and tools we will use to make Portland a truly great walking city. To help guide development of the plan, PBOT is now recruiting Portlanders to apply to serve on the PedPDX Community Advisory Committee (CAC). PedPDX CAC members will serve as public […]

Off-road Cycling Master Pan

The Off-road Cycling Plan needs your input to help decide where to recommended future off-road cycling trails and bicycle parks. We want to hear from as many Portlanders as possible! ¿Son los parques para jugar con bicicletas para las familias? ¿Son los caminos naturales para caminar y andar en bicicleta? ¿En cuáles partes de su vecinario deben estar construidos? ¡La Cuidad de Portland lo quiere saber! COMMUNITY EVENTS Bring the family and join the fun! Borrow a bike or bring your own and try out the skills course. Share your ideas on opportunities in your neighborhood and ask questions about the plan. Enjoy free food […]

Forest Park Entrance & Nature Center

See your design ideas taking shape on the Forest Park Entrance and Nature Center. SATURDAY, APRIL 15 11 am – 1 pm St. Johns Community Center, Auditorium 8427 N. Central St., 97203 Questions? Contact Stefanus Gunawan, 503.823.5493 Information:  portlandoregon.gov/parks/forestparkenter RENEW Forest Park Making a comprehensive investment and leaving a legacy- now and for future generations. RESTORE (ecology) Habitat restoration and invasive species removal REBUILD (recreation) Repairs to trails, signage and bridges RECONNECT (access) Improving access to and education about the park To help ensure equal access to City programs, services and activities , the City of Portland will provide translation, reasonably […]

EPA Willamette River Final Clean-up Plan

Update from the below meeting Follow-Up from EPA Community Information Sessions for the Portland Harbor ROD:  EPA issued its Record of Decision (ROD) for cleanup of the Portland Harbor Superfund Site in January 2017 and presented four community information sessions in March 2017. If you were not able to make any of the information sessions in person, the slides and recording are online: Slides from EPA’s Presentation on the Portland Harbor Superfund Site Record of Decision:  https://semspub.epa.gov/work/10/100042471.pdf Video of EPA’s Presentation on the Portland on the Portland Harbor Superfund Site Record of Decision:  https://youtu.be/aXsAf-9Wpyc All are invited: EPA Record of […]

Three Steps to Prepare for an Emergency

By Sue Campbell Well, we couldn’t have had a more fitting (though unwelcome) event to underscore the need for emergency preparedness than the winter storm in January. The biggest snowfall in nearly forty years meant disrupted transit, a record number of cancelled school days and a state emergency declared at both the state and city level. We hope you made it through okay and we’d like to suggest taking this as an opportunity to create (or reevaluate) your emergency preparedness (e-prep) plan. What to expect An important part of preparing for an emergency is knowing what type of help is […]

Portland United Against Hate

Community and City Response to Hate Joint Statement Portland United Against Hate mobilizes to improve reporting and tracking of hateful acts and support communities in need Vigil and public announcement Tuesday, February 14, 2017 5:30 to 6:30 pm Da Vinci Middle School, 2508 NE Everett St. Outside on east side of building Wheelchair accessible A community initiated partnership of community organizations of color, neighborhood groups, and the City of Portland are building a rapid response network – Portland United Against Hate – that combines reporting and tracking of hateful acts and provides support and protection our communities need in this […]

NWDA Bike Corral

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 […]