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  • Watch a video about Portland’s climate action leadership.

  • City and County release draft 2015 Climate Action Plan

  • 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

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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. There's still time to submit comments for the draft 2015 Climate Action Plan for Portland and Multnomah County

    Comments flowing in after two open houses and even more presentations to community groups.

  2. Kyle Diesner: BPS Climate Action Team member and so much more

    A new installment in our series on BPS employees

  3. Local carbon emissions down 35 percent per person. City and County release draft 2015 Climate Action Plan proposing next steps.

    Community comments welcome on draft plan for City of Portland and Multnomah County to cut carbon 80 percent by 2050. Public comment period open through April 10, 2015.

  4. Fix-It Fair deepens community connections

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

  5. Deadline extended for new Master Recycler volunteer training in Clackamas County

    Applications due March 19, 2015 at noon

City climate leadership award

Portland receives climate leadership award from C40 and Siemens.

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