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The online version of the City Code is updated monthly. The following ordinances are not yet reflected in the online City Code. If you have questions regarding these changes, please contact the City Auditor's Office Code Editor .
Note: This list does not include amendments to Title 33 Planning and Zoning which is maintained by the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability.
Pending Online City Code Changes
|Authorizing Ordinance #||Ordinance Title||Passed by Council||Effective Date|
|188143||Require disclosure of energy performance ratings for residential single family buildings when listed for sale to promote transparency in housing costs and reduction in local carbon emissions (Add Code Chapter 17.108)||12/14/2016||1/1/2018|
|188177||Amend the Official City Zoning Map, Planning and Zoning Code and Transportation System Plan to carry out Portland's 2035 Comprehensive Plan; establish a new Community Involvement Program and Committee; amend related codes, the 2035 Comprehensive Plan and Plan Map to coordinate policies and programs (Amend Code Titles 3, 17, 33 and Ordinance Nos. 165851, 177028, 187832)
Note: Office of Planning and Sustainability handles the online updates to Title 33.
(Note: Ordinance has multiple elements with different effective dates)
|188619||Adopt the Transportation System Development Charge update 2017 rate study; establish an update rate schedule; amend Code effective January 1, 2018 (amend Code Chapter 17.15)||9/27/2017||1/1/2018|
|188692||Amend Public Improvements Code sections on penalty for violation, permits required and permit revocation terms in support of the Bureau of Transportation right-of-way use enforcement program (Amend Code Sections 17.100.050, 17.23.050 and 17.24.016)||11/29/2017||1/1/2018|
|188719||Update Code filing deadline for documents to be included on the Council Agenda to Tuesday at 12:00 p.m., as observed under the pilot project (Amend Code Section 3.02.030)||12/13/2017||12/13/2017|
Questions about the Charter and City Code may be directed to Auditor's Code Editor.
Questions about the Portland Policy Documents (PPD) may be directed to the Auditor's Policy Editor.