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  • Video reveals that Portland receives climate leadership award from C40 and Siemens.

  • 2035 Comprehensive Plan Proposed Draft

    Learn about and comment on the 2035 Comprehensive Plan. See proposed land use changes on the interactive Map App and share your feedback.

  • Curbside Garbage, Recycling and Composting Service

    Regular service includes weekly compost and recycling pickup, and every other week garbage collection

  • Central City 2035

    Creating plans to preserve neighborhood character while revitalizing the central city’s most distinctive places

  • The Portland Plan

    A strategic plan for a prosperous, educated, healthy and equitable Portland

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The Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) develops creative and practical solutions to enhance Portland’s livability, preserve distinctive places and plan for a resilient future.

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  1. Fix-It Fair deepens community connections

    Next Fix-It Fair happens this Saturday at David Douglas High School

  2. Deadline nears for new Master Recycler volunteer training in Clackamas County

    Applications due March 5, 2015 at noon

  3. From BPS Director Susan Anderson: Toward a more prosperous, healthy, resilient and equitable community

    Our work at BPS is trending with others around the globe.

  4. Learn about proposed City of Portland Energy Performance Reporting Policy for commercial buildings

    Proposed policy would help building operators track energy use and identify options to improve efficiency and save money

  5. City of Portland proposes energy performance reporting for commercial buildings; information sessions scheduled for January

    Commercial buildings are responsible for nearly a quarter of Portland’s carbon emissions and spend more than $335 million on energy every year.

City climate leadership award

Portland receives climate leadership award from C40 and Siemens.

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