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  • Portland Plan Progress Report just released Four years after adoption, Portland has made significant progress toward becoming a more equitable, prosperous, educated and healthy city, but there’s still much to do.

  • Thanks for all you do, Portland! For years, we have worked together to make our city healthier, more livable and vibrant.

  • Green Loop competition winner announced Winner of competition is Untitled Studio, Portland Oregon

  • Central City 2035 Creating plans to preserve neighborhood character while revitalizing the central city’s most distinctive places

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The Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) develops creative and practical solutions to enhance Portland’s livability, preserve distinctive places and plan for a resilient future.

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  1. Mar 30

    Central City 2035 Update: Preview of Final PSC Work Session on CC2035 Plan

    The next and last Planning and Sustainability Commission work session is scheduled for April 11

  2. Mar 30

    PSC News: April 11, 2017 Meeting Information and Documents

    Congressman Earl Blumenauer — briefing; Portland Plan Progress Report — briefing; Central City 2035 Plan — work session

  3. Mar 29

    BPS staff invited to present at the City of Oakland’s Mobilize Green Conference

    Conference panelist and BPS staffer Alfredo Gonzalez attended the Mobilize Green Conference and Career Fair in Oakland, CA.

  4. Mar 22

    No foolin’! Soon you’ll get a dime instead of a nickel at bottle return centers

    Deposit on bottles increases to a dime on April 1, 2017.

  5. Mar 21

    City partners with Architectural Heritage Center to document Portland’s African American historic resources

    State Historic Preservation Office grant will allow for the identification, documentation, and potential National Register listing of historic places associated with the African American experience in Portland.

City climate leadership award

Portland receives climate leadership award from C40 and Siemens.

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