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The online version of the City Code is updated monthly. The following ordinances are not yet reflected in the online City Code. If you have questions regarding these changes, please contact the City Auditor's Office Code Editor .
Note: This list does not include amendments to Title 33 Planning and Zoning which is maintained by the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability.
Pending Online City Code Changes
|Authorizing Ordinance #||Ordinance Title||Passed by Council||Effective Date|
|187854||Amend Regulations of Lobbying Entities and City Officials to improve administration, clarify requirements and Auditor duties (Amend Code Chapter 2.12)||6/29/2016||9/1/2016|
|187855||Establish a Construction Excise Tax to fund affordable housing initiatives from an Inclusionary Housing Fund (Add Code Chapter 6.08 and Section 5.04.530)||6/29/2016||8/1/2016|
|187876||Adopt requirements for deconstruction of the city's oldest and most historic houses and duplexes (Add Code Chapter 17.106)||7/6/2016||10/31/2016|
|187904||Facilitate implementation of the City Stormwater Management Manual and Source Control Manual (Amend Code Chapter 17.38)||7/20/2016||8/19/2016|
|187925||Amend Towing Code to allow immobilization of vehicles to give owners an opportunity to pay outstanding parking fines before a tow (Amend Code Chapter 16.30)||8/3/2016||9/2/2016|
|187926||Amend City Code to clarify sewer billing authority and criteria (Amend Code Chapter 17.36)||8/3/2016||9/2/2016|
Resolution 37217 to Refer a measure to City voters for the November 8, 2016 election establishing a three percent tax on recreational marijuana sales in the City of Portland with revenues allocated to drug and alcohol treatment, public safety investments, and support for neighborhood small businesses by amending City Code Chapters 6.07 and 5.04 was adopted by City Council on June 22, 2016. Check with the City Elections Office for status updates on this item.
Questions about the Charter and City Code may be sent to Auditor's Code Editor.
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