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The City of Portland, Oregon

Planning and Sustainability

Innovation. Collaboration. Practical Solutions.

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1900 SW 4th Ave, Suite 7100, Portland, OR 97201

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  • BPS Vision With partners and the community, BPS is trying to change the world…one household, one street, one neighborhood, one district at a time.

  • Smart City PDX Learn how Portland is using data and technology to improve people’s lives.

  • Keep recycling, Portlanders! Portland’s curbside recycling has not changed, despite recent shifts in the international recycling market. Do your part by recycling right and follow the list.

  • Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund In the face of climate change and federal inaction, a new program offers a community-led vision, grounded in justice and equity, that builds citywide resilience and opportunity.

  • Portland’s 2035 Comprehensive Plan, Zoning Maps and Zoning Code pages are now available.

  • A new long-range plan for the Central City went into effect July 9, 2018 Central City 2035 envisions Portland’s urban core as a “center for innovation and exchange.”

  • A Better Way Forward: Portland’s Climate Action Portland’s climate action leaders talk about bold policy, benefits and the road ahead.

  • Safe, healthy, affordable places for all to live

  • 2035 Comprehensive Plan The City’s new long‐range plan will guide growth and development for the next 20 years.

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The Bureau of Planning and Sustainability (BPS) takes action to shape the future of Portland and advance climate protection for a more prosperous, healthy, equitable and resilient city now and for future generations.

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  1. Nov 13

    City Council Hearing Date for the Residential Infill Project Confirmed

    SAVE THE DATE: Jan. 15, 2020, is first public hearing on updates to single-dwelling zones.

  2. Nov 8

    MEDIA RELEASE: Mayor Ted Wheeler appoints final four recommended members to the inaugural Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund Committee

    Now the nine-member PCEF Committee can begin reviewing proposals, selecting grant recipients and distributing the first $7 million of clean energy funds

  3. Nov 6

    Portlanders show their support for deconstructing – rather than demolishing – older buildings

    City Council hears testimony overwhelmingly in favor of requiring “younger” buildings to be subject to deconstruction ordinance

  4. Nov 6

    Celebrate the anniversary of the Portland Clean Energy Fund

    One year ago today, Portlanders overwhelmingly voted in favor of funding clean energy projects to benefit frontline communities; City Council to complete the PCEF Committee appointments on Thursday, Nov. 7 at PCC Southeast.

  5. Oct 29

    PSC News: November 19, 2019 Meeting Information and Documents

    Design Overlay Zone Amendments – Work Session; Transportation System Plan – Hearing / Recommendation

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