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  1. Sep 18

    Volunteers Needed for Important Community Committees

    Commissioner Fritz seeking volunteers to serve on several committees in her portfolio.

  2. Sep 18

    Division Streetscape Project Update: September 18, 2014

    Environmental Services and the Portland Bureau of Transportation are working together to improve the Division Street transportation corridor, repair and replace older sewers, add green infrastructure to manage stormwater and make sewers work more efficiently, and improve watershed health.

  3. Sep 18

    SW 4th Avenue to close to all motorized traffic Friday, Sept. 19 at 9:00AM. Will reopen Monday, Sept. 22 at 6:00AM.

    The Portland Bureau of Transportation advises the traveling public that Portland Streetcar construction work will close SW 4th Avenue at Harrison to all motorized traffic beginning at 9:00 AM on Friday, Sept. 19. SW 4th Avenue will remain closed through the weekend and will reopen by 6:00 AM on Monday, Sept. 22.

  4. Sep 17

    North Williams Avenue street design installation begins; left lane to close shortly

    Construction begins later this week on a new street design for North Williams Avenue, a corridor that serves a growing neighborhood as well as being a popular commute route between downtown and North Portland.

  5. Sep 16

    Hollywood-Grant Park Sewer and Stormwater Project

    Environmental Services is designing a project in the Hollywood, Grant Park and Rose City Park neighborhoods to repair the public sewer system and to reduce stormwater flow into the system. The Hollywood-Grant Park Sewer and Stormwater Project will repair or replace about 21,300 feet of public sewer pipes that are on average 100 years old and failing due to age.