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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. Feb 4

    Traffic Advisory: PBOT closes SE 122nd Avenue Bridge for about 4 weeks to repair damage from heavy winter rainstorms

    The Portland Bureau of Transportation advises the traveling public that work on the SE 122nd Avenue Bridge over Johnson Creek will keep the span closed to motor vehicle traffic for about four weeks.

  2. Feb 4

    Balch Conduit Support Sewer Replacement Project Update: February 4, 2016

    • Crews are almost finished installing the new sewer and manholes. There is still some work over the next couple of months to complete the project, including the final trench paving and street restoration. There has been some delay due to the weather, but crews are expected to finish by the end of March.

  3. Feb 3

    Sellwood-Moreland Sewer Rehab Project Construction Update: February 2, 2016

    Environmental Services is repairing or replacing about 25,000 feet of public sewer pipes in the Sellwood-Moreland neighborhood that are between 80 and 100 years old and deteriorating due to age. This project will help protect the public and the environment by reducing the possibility of costly breaks, leaks, blockages and sewage releases to homes, businesses and streets.

  4. Feb 2

    Emergency closure of Dodge Park Blvd until Feb 5 for culvert repair

    A rural section of SE Dodge Park Boulevard in east Multnomah County will be closed until late afternoon on Friday, February 5 so that an emergency culvert replacement can be completed.

  5. Feb 2

    NW District Sewer Replacement Project - Proposed Change Noise Variance

    Environmental Services has completed design of a project to replace about 8,000 feet of sewer pipe that is in poor condition. The pipes range in size from eight to 36 inches. The project will increase sewer system capacity and help prevent sewer backups in basements. The project is anticipated to start this summer and the entire project timeline is 18 months.