ONI Main: 503-823-4519
City/County Info: 503-823-4000
1221 SW 4th Ave, Suite 110, Portland, OR 97204
Equity Office Concept and Creation discussion document from Office of Commissioner Fritz. ONI BAC member will provide feedback to Commissioner Fritz at April 11 BAC mtg primarily focused on public involvement opportunities over the coming months.
Description of Neighborhood Resource Center proposal for community/neighborhood summit and special events coordination, April 2011
Description of Neighborhood Resource Center proposal for citywide leadership development and training program, April 2011
Description of Neighborhood Resource Center proposal for social media and communication coordination at ONI, April 2011
Spreadsheet of supervisory and administrative tasks distributed amongst staff as part of Crime Prevention Center HUB proposal, March 2011
Frequently Asked Questions about Crime Prevention Center HUB proposal to consolidate office locations for crime prevention specialists, Feb. 2011
Narrative description of Crime Prevention Center proposal to consolidate office locations for crime prevention specialists into one location. For ONI BAC consideration. Feb. 2011
Summary document provided during the December 6th BAC meeting. Provides overview of program cuts/changes over the past 5 years in preparation for the January BAC meeting discussions on future funding priorities.
Final guidelines/criteria for developing the budget adopted by the ONI BAC on 11/15/10.
Initial budget guidance from Mayor Adams November 2010 regarding budget cuts for FY2011-12.
Summary presentation from October 11, 2010 ONI Budget Orientation meeting. Provides general information regarding the bureau, the City budget process, and the ONI Budget Process. Good summary information for new participants.
Copy of the invitation to participate provided in a text only version.
Invitation to anybody interested in participating in ONI's community process to develop the budget for FY2011-12. Memo provides background, expectations and anticipated meeting dates for the process from October 2010 through February 2011.
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