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Council Agenda

The Council Agenda is the weekly list of items to come before the City Council. The agenda is available on Friday for the following week's Council meetings.

Individual items to the agenda will be linked as they become available. These items are only a convenience copy and will not reflect any changes made during Council meetings.

Written testimony on agenda items may be sent to the Councll Clerk at

Final Council documents available in Efiles: Council Records link


City Hall  –  1221 SW Fourth Avenue

Council Agenda for May 22-23, 2019  (printable version

WEDNESDAY, 9:30 AM, MAY 22, 2019


 445)  Request of Donna Cohen to address Council regarding St. Johns Truck Strategy - Phase II  (Communication)

 446)  Request of Lupe Torres to address Council regarding housing  (Communication)

 447)  Request of Valerie Ilustre to address Council regarding proposal to convert Eastmoreland Golf Course to affordable housing  (Communication)

 448)  Request of Julia Jefferson to address Council regarding overkill / police brutality of black people  (Communication)

 449)  Request of Letha Winston to address Council regarding holding police accountable  (Communication)


*450)  TIME CERTAIN: 9:45 AM – Grant revocable permits to the Portland Rose Festival Foundation to perform activities relating to Portland Rose Festival annual celebration from May 24 through June 9, 2019  (Ordinance introduced by Commissioners Eudaly and Fritz)  25 minutes requested

 451)  TIME CERTAIN: 10:10 AM – Appoint Akasha Lawrence Spence, Oriana Magnera, and Steph Routh, and reappoint Katie Larsell and Eli Spevak to the Planning and Sustainability Commission for terms to expire May 31, 2023  (Report introduced by Mayor Wheeler)  15 minutes requested

 452)  TIME CERTAIN: 10:25 AM – Establish Privacy and Information Protection Principles to serve as guidance for how the City collects, uses, manages and disposes of Data and Information  (Resolution introduced by Mayor Wheeler and Commissioners Eudaly, Fish, Fritz and Hardesty)  45 minutes requested


Mayor Ted Wheeler

Bureau of Planning & Sustainability

 453)  Amend Intergovernmental Agreement with Metro to accept an additional $40,000 for administration of the Master Recycler Program  (Second Reading Agenda 423; amend Contract No. 30003529)

Office of Management and Finance

 454)  Authorize eight grants for the Workforce Training and Hiring Program to local pre-apprenticeship programs with a total value of $68,586  (Ordinance)

Portland Housing Bureau

*455)  Approve application under the Multiple-Unit Limited Tax Exemption Program under the Inclusionary Housing Program for QBD Holgate located at 1590 SE Holgate Blvd  (Ordinance)

Commissioner Nick Fish

Bureau of Environmental Services

 456)  Authorize an Intergovernmental Agreement with Clean Water Services for construction of Woods Creek stormwater facilities for an amount not to exceed $73,325  (Second Reading Agenda 427)

 457)  Authorize the Director of the Bureau of Environmental Services to formally adopt a Trail Master Plan for the Tryon Creek State Natural Area to the Willamette River Greenway, and to work in partnership with the City of Lake Oswego and Metro on the implementation of the plan  (Second Reading Agenda 428)

 458)  Amend various sections of the Public Improvements Code for clarity, correction of references and consistency  (Second Reading Agenda 429; amend Code Chapters 17.14, 17.32, 17.34, 17.36, 17.37, and 17.39)

Commissioner Jo Ann Hardesty

Portland Fire & Rescue

 459)  Amend fee schedule associated with fire regulations  (Ordinance; amend FIR-12.01)

Commissioner Chloe Eudaly

Bureau of Transportation

*460)  Authorize application to Oregon Department of Transportation Safe Routes to School Competitive Non-Infrastructure Grant Program for a grant in the amount of $300,000  (Ordinance)

*461)  Authorize contract with David Evans & Associates, Inc. for the design of the NE 42nd Bridge Replacement project in the amount of $2,009,884  (Ordinance)

Commissioner Amanda Fritz

Water Bureau

 462)  Authorize an Intergovernmental Agreement with Multnomah County Department of Community Justice in the amount of $206,000 to conduct general heavy brushing and cleanup work  (Ordinance)


Bureau of Environmental Services

 463)  Settlement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for certain Portland Harbor Remedial Design Costs  (Second Reading Agenda 440; Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler and Commissioner Fish)

Item 463 - Exhibit A settlement agreement

Mayor Ted Wheeler

Bureau of Development Services

 464)  Amend permit fee schedules for building, electrical, land use services, mechanical, enforcement, plumbing, signs, site development, and land use services fee schedule for the Hearings Office  (Second Reading Agenda 420)

Item 464 - Exhibits A-J

Item 464 - Proposed Amendment

Bureau of Police

 465)  Amend an Intergovernmental Agreement with Multnomah County in an amount not to exceed $197,160 and extend funding through March 31, 2020, for the Forensic Consultant contract expenses related to the National Sexual Assault Kit Initiative Program  (Second Reading Agenda 431; amend Contract No. 30005612)

Office of Management and Finance

 466)  Authorize a Price Agreement with G4S Secure Solutions (USA), Inc. for Professional Security Officer Services for a contractual term of five years totaling $10 million  (Procurement Report - Project No. 123363)  10 minutes requested

*467)  Authorize a competitive solicitation and contract with the highest scoring proposers and provide for payment for campsite cleanup services for an estimated $5 million annually, over a five-year period  (Ordinance)  10 minutes requested

 468)  Amend City Code to streamline the procurement and contracting process  (Ordinance; amend Code Chapters 5.33, 5.34 and 5.68)  15 minutes requested

Item 468 - Exhibit A Chapter 5.33

Item 468 - Exhibit B Chapter 5.34

Item 468 - Exhibit C Chapter 5.68

 469)  Approve FY 2019-20 cost of living adjustments to pay rates for nonrepresented classifications and Elected Officials, specify the effect upon employees in the classifications involved, and provide for payment  (Ordinance)  10 minutes requested

Commissioner Nick Fish

Bureau of Environmental Services

 470)  Amend contract with Brown and Caldwell, Inc. for professional engineering services for the Alder Pump Station Upgrade Project No. E10359, in the amount of $85,000  (Second Reading Agenda 436; amend Contract No. 30003063)

 471)  Revise sewer and stormwater rates, charges and fees in accordance with the FY 2019-2020 Sewer User Rate Study  (Second Reading Agenda 439)

Parks & Recreation

 472)  Amend fee schedules for tree permits  (Ordinance)  10 minutes requested

 473)  Amend regulations for Tree Planting & Preservation Fund to improve tree planting program outcomes  (Second Reading Agenda 443; amend Code Title 11)

Commissioner Chloe Eudaly

Bureau of Transportation

 474)  Revise transportation fees, rates and charges for FY 2019-20, amend Transportation Fee Schedule and City Parking Garage Rates, and fix an effective date  (Ordinance; amend TRN 3.450 and Code Section 16.20.920)  15 minutes requested

Item 474 - Proposed Substitute Exhibit D

Commissioner Amanda Fritz

 475)  Amend the Open and Accountable Elections Program  (Ordinance; amend Code Chapter 2.16)  25 minutes requested

Item 475 - Proposed Substitute Exhibit A

Item 475 - Proposed Amendment

Water Bureau

 476)  Authorize the rates and charges for water and water-related services beginning July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020 and fix an effective date  (Second Reading Agenda 438)

WEDNESDAY, 2:00 PM, MAY 22, 2019

 477)  TIME CERTAIN: 2:00 PM – Approval of the FY 2019-20 budget for the City of Portland  (Mayor convenes Council as Budget Committee)  1 hour requested

Item 477 - Proposed Amendment

 478)  TIME CERTAIN: 3:00 PM – Approve the Annual Budget of Prosper Portland for FY 2019-20  (Mayor convenes Council as Prosper Portland Budget Committee)  30 minutes requested

 479)  TIME CERTAIN: 4:00 PM – Appoint Britton Masback to the Portland Committee on Community-Engaged Policing for a term to expire June 30, 2020  (Report introduced by Mayor Wheeler)  10 minutes requested

 480)  TIME CERTAIN: 4:10 PM – Revise residential solid waste and recycling collection rates and charges, effective July 1, 2019  (Previous Agenda 437; Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler; amend Code Chapter 17.102)  20 minutes requested

Item 480 - Memo for Proposed Substitute

Item 480 - Proposed Substitute Exhibit A

Item 480 - Proposed Substitute Impact Statement

Item 480 - Proposed Substitute Ordinance

THURSDAY, 2:00 PM, MAY 23, 2019

 481)  TIME CERTAIN: 2:00 PM – Amend the Comprehensive Plan Map and the Official Zoning Map to carry out the map amendments implementing the 82nd Avenue Study: Understanding Barriers to Development  (Ordinance introduced by Mayor Wheeler)  1 hour 1.5 hours requested for items 481 and 482

Item 481 - Exhibit A

Item 481 - Exhibit B

Item 481 - Exhibit C

Item 481 - Exhibit D

 482)  Adopt the recommendations contained within the 82nd Avenue Plan  (Resolution introduced by Commissioner Eudaly)

Item 482 - Exhibits A & B

 483)  TIME CERTAIN: 3:00  3:30 PM – Add Evaluation of Applicants for Dwelling Units to include renter protections in the form of screening criteria regulations  (Second Reading Agenda 365; Ordinance introduced by Commissioner Eudaly; add Code Section 30.01.086)  2 hours requested for items 483 and 484

Item 483 - Proposed Substitute

 484)  Add Security Deposits; Pre-paid Rent to include renter protections in the form of security deposit regulations  (Second Reading Agenda 366; Ordinance introduced by Commissioner Eudaly; add Code Section 30.01.087)

Item 484 - Proposed Substitute

The * indicates an emergency ordinance, which takes effect immediately if passed. Non-emergency ordinances require two readings and a 30-day waiting period before taking effect. Resolutions, reports, etc., adopted by Council are effective after adjournment.

The above summary is published by the City Auditor as provided by Section 2-113 of the Charter and Ordinance No. 130672.

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Mary Hull Caballero

Auditor of the City of Portland


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