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  • 2016 Neighborhood Small Grants Program The City of Portland Neighborhood Small Grants program has $100,000 available to give out in grants to neighborhood and community organizations for community engagement projects in 2016

  • Marijuana Ordinance Input Please share your input concerning the proposed Ordinance on Marijuana Regulatory License Procedure and Requirements Chapter 14B.130

  • Spirit of Portland Awards Ceremony will be held on November 17th, 2015, 6:00 PM

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Promoting a culture of civic engagement by connecting and supporting all Portlanders working together and with government to build inclusive, safe and livable neighborhoods and communities.

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  1. Oct 13

    News Advisory: PBOT, local organizations to switch on new traffic signal at North Vancouver and Cook on October 14

    On Wednesday, October 14, Portland Bureau of Transportation Director Leah Treat will join local businesses and community members to activate the new traffic signal at North Vancouver and Cook and highlight the positive impact of the North Vancouver Avenue and Cook Street Local Improvement District.

  2. Oct 13

    News Advisory: Commissioner Novick serves as pedestrian decoy for Oct. 15 crosswalk education and enforcement action highlighting White Cane Safety Day

    The Portland Bureau of Transportation and Portland Police Bureau advise the traveling public that a crosswalk education and enforcement action is scheduled for Thursday, October 15th at the marked crosswalk on SE Belmonst St at SE 46th Ave.

  3. Oct 9

    Hollywood-Grant Park Construction UPDATE

    Environmental Services will begin construction on the Hollywood-Grant Park Sewer and Stormwater Project next week at more than 80 locations. Over the next year and a half, this project will repair or replace 38,000 feet (about 7 miles) of public sewer pipes that are between 75 and 110 years old and in poor condition. The work includes constructing 12 green street planters and six sumps that will remove more than 201-million gallons of stormwater from the sewer system annually.

  4. Oct 9

    Project: Soil Sampling starts in the coming weeks

    This project will design and construct sewer and stormwater improvements that will upsize approximately 3,800 feet of 110‐year‐old public sewer pipe that is deteriorating due to age, install green street planters on public streets, and construct rain gardens on private residential and commercial properties in key locations. The sewer repairs will help relieve street flooding and basement sewer backups in the project area.

  5. Oct 9

    SW 86th Avenue Pump Station Construction Update: October 8, 2015 -- Trail Closure

    • The Fanno Creek Trail will close between SW 86th and SW 84th avenues for up to two weeks starting as soon as Monday, October 26 while work crews connect pipes to the existing pressure sewer line under the trail at SW 84th Avenue.

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