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1221 SW 4th Avenue, Room 110, Portland, OR 97204
Below are links to online forms for reporting a problem or submitting a complaint. Don't see a service listed or want a phone number instead of an online form? View this list of common code violations, which includes the agency and contact information for reporting problems.
Report problems in the community using the PDX Reporter app for iPhone and Android.
Report illegal duplexes or triplexes in single family zones, residential/commercial structural work without permits
Request crime prevention information with this online form
Report safety issues such as collapsing buildings or retaining walls.
Use this form to report visibly disabled vehicles on private property. To report vehicles located in the street or public right-of-way, please contact Abandoned Autos at 503-823-7309.
Bushes/trees/vegetation encroaching into right-of-way.
Report areas that are experiencing erosion or incidences of landslides.
Questions regarding City information and services or general reporting of problems.
Includes information on how to report the location and type of graffiti.
Use this form if you believe minority, women, or emerging small businesses on City of Portland projects are in violation of their State of Oregon certification.
Report housing and non-residential exterior maintenance issues (such as building damage and other housing hazards).
Report property nuisances (such as trash, debris, tall grass/weeds, etc.)
Get information about starting one in your neighborhood.
Report nuisance incidents that arise from establishments that serve alcohol.
Report odors in Portland, especially those that might be associated with the Columbia Boulevard Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Send an observation about a Portland park
Contact the City if you see anything threatening entering or leaving Portland's sewer system. This could be someone pouring paint down a storm drain or a strange looking discharge coming from a pipe or a manhole.
To report a light out, a light going on and off (cycling), a light on during the day, vandalism, or any other problem with a street light.
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