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  1. Feb 11

    Proposed changes in NW Plan District aim to provide more parking options; public hearing March 8, 2016

    Zoning Code changes would require new minimum parking standards for apartments over 30 units and provide new flexibility for shared parking.

  2. Feb 10

    Comprehensive Plan Update E-news: February 2016

    Council work sessions and amendments | Mixed Use Zones project schedule | Revised EOA in the works | Public testimony live

  3. Feb 9

    The Central City 2035 Plan Discussion Draft is released, revealing a fresh vision for the heart of the city just in time for Valentine’s Day

    This new long-range plan for Portland’s urban core includes goals, policies, maps and code to ensure a prosperous, healthy, equitable and resilient Central City for all.

  4. Feb 9

    Motivate change in your community — become a Master Recycler

    Apply now for the upcoming spring course, taking place in Clackamas County

  5. Feb 9

    Residential Infill Project advisory committee addresses scale of new houses and remodels, narrow lots, and alternative housing options during two-part charrette

    At a follow-up open house, community members learned more about the project, asked questions and shared concerns.

City climate leadership award

Portland receives climate leadership award from C40 and Siemens.

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