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Find out what is going on in your neighborhood and with the City of Portland's world renowned neighborhood system.  The Calendar of Events is where you will find information about upcoming neighborhood meetings, community events and volunteer opportunities.  Events are listed by district so you can look at all the events going on in the city or just for your part of town. 

ONI Blog will give you the latest news regarding the City's Office of Neighborhood Involvement as well as other items of interest to community members involved in the neighborhood network or if you prefer you can get this same information by following us on Facebook or Twitter.   News in the Neighborhoods will connect you to the Neighborhood Coalition's websites for news and information particular to their geographic area of the city.

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  1. Oct 5

    Momentum builds for Portland gas tax to fund street repair and traffic safety

    For almost thirty years, Portland's streets have been deteriorating due to inadequate transportation funding. Every year, the problem gets worse because the longer you wait to repair a street, the more expensive it is to fix. Meanwhile, there are parts of the city where, because of dangerous intersections or gaps in sidewalks along busy streets, it is unsafe for children to walk to school and for seniors to walk to bus stops.

  2. Oct 5

    Southwest Ventilation Project Update: October 2, 2015

    Environmental Services is working on a project to reduce sewer odors and increase the capacity of the Southwest Parallel Interceptor sewer system. The project is designed to accommodate current needs and potential growth. Since February, the contractor has installed about 1,000 feet of 24-inch concrete pipe and 6 manholes along SW Taylors Ferry Road, and 2 manholes on SW Virginia Avenue.

  3. Oct 5

    SW Riverview Force Main Project Update: October 2, 2015

    Environmental Services has nearly finished a project to replace 3,000 feet of sewer main along Highway 43 from the Riverview Pump Station south to SW Riverwood Road. The project will protect public health, property and the environment.

  4. Oct 5

    News Advisory: Commissioner Novick and community advocates discuss local gas tax

    WHEN: Monday, October 5 at 10 a.m. WHERE: City Hall Pettygrove Room (1221 SW 4th Ave.)

  5. Oct 2

    Balch Sewer Project Update

    Environmental Services is replacing sewer pipes in poor condition in the area bounded by NW Yeon Avenue, NW 29th Avenue, NW Nicolai Avenue, and NW St. Helens Road. The project will relieve street flooding and basement sewer backups. The work includes diverting stormwater to the Balch Conduit sewer pipe, and replacing dams in the Balch outfall pipe to prevent Willamette River water from backing up into the pipe during heavy rain events.