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  1. Oct 18

    Recap of October 13 City Council Hearing on Comp Plan Recommended Early Implementation Package

    Commissioners hear testimony from more than 60 Portlanders about public trail alignments, zoning changes in Northwest Portland and more

  2. Oct 18

    Residential Infill Project Concept Report now available; City Council public hearings scheduled for November 9 and 16

    Proposals will reduce the scale of houses and help create more housing choices in Portland's single-dwelling neighborhoods

  3. Oct 14

    Updated information about the Task 5 Implementation Projects at City Council

    Written testimony deadline extended; work sessions will follow

  4. Oct 14

    PSC News: October 25, 2016 Meeting Information and Documents

    Residential Infill Project — briefing; Inclusionary Housing Zoning Code Project — hearing

  5. Oct 13

    How is the Off-road Cycling Master Plan project identifying potential off-road cycling sites?

    The site screening process is a key part of planning for a citywide network of places to ride a bicycle off-road.

City climate leadership award

Portland receives climate leadership award from C40 and Siemens.


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