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Environmental Services

working for clean rivers

Phone: 503-823-7740

Fax: 503-823-6995

1120 SW 5th Avenue, Room 1000, Portland, OR 97204

  • Environmental Services

    Protecting public health and the environment

  • Customer Services

    Sewer rates, required connection programs, stormwater discounts

  • Wastewater Treatment

    Operating and maintaining wastewater and stormwater collection and treatment facilities

  • Engineering Services

    Sewer design, construction and repair

  • Watershed Services

    Watershed health, sustainable stormwater management

  • Pollution Prevention

    Industrial permitting, sampling, lab analysis, pollution investigation

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Our Mission Statement

Environmental Services protects public health, water quality and the environment by providing sewage and stormwater collection and treatment services for the Portland community. We protect the quality of surface and ground waters and conduct and promote healthy ecosystems in our watersheds.

City Green Blog View all »

  1. Jul 24

    Celebrate the Johnson Creek Watershed this weekend!

    Join the fun at the Lents Street Fair on Sunday, July 27th.

  2. Jul 24

    Celebrate the Johnson Creek Watershed (and much more) this weekend!

    The Lents Street Fair takes place Sunday, July 27th.

  3. Jul 24

    Columbia Slough Regatta Celebrates 20th Anniversary!

    Join the Columbia Slough Watershed Council for the 20th Annual Columbia Slough Regatta on August 3, 9:00am - 1:00pm

  4. Jul 23

    Air Gapping: Protecting Portland Trees from Invasive Vines

    This past Spring, Environmental Services removed ivy and clematis from hard to reach trees on 350 acres in Portland

  5. Jul 22

    What's Blooming on Portland Ecoroofs?

    July is a great time to visit an ecoroof in Portland. Many of the most common sedum varieties are blooming now, drawing in an assortment of pollinators in addition to the honey bee.

Green Street Stewards

Portland's Green Streets help keep our rivers and streams clean and are greening our neighborhoods. You can get involved by signing up to be a Green Street Steward.

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