Civic Life provides a wide range of neighborhood livability direct services as well as information and referral services. Civic Life programs are funded through a combination of City general funds and inter-governmental agreements with other City, County, State and Federal agencies. These Programs include:
Through our programs you can get involved in your neighborhood, access information, build community, support diversity and accessibility, organize a block party, clean up your neighborhood, sharpen your leadership skills, impact city policy and more!
Connects, supports and encourages collaborative civic engagement between the people of the disability community, neighborhoods and city government.
Improves neighborhood livability by decreasing graffiti, in partnership with the Police Bureau, neighborhood and business associations, youth programs, and other community partners.
823-4000 - Information and Referral for all City and County Services - helping community members access and do business with their government.
Civic Life works collaboratively with state and City agencies, Neighborhood Associations, and community members to help ensure that licensed establishments do not unreasonably impact the community in a negative manner.
City of Portland’s collaboration with Multnomah County to help youth involvement in local government decision making.
The City contracts with Resolutions Northwest to provide neighborhood mediation and community facilitation services to help Portland neighbors have productive conversations and work out peaceful solutions to everyday conflicts.
Supports Portland's 95 Neighborhood Associations and 7 District Coalitions by providing organizing support, leadership development, and technical assistance to community volunteers.
The Noise Control Office is responsible for enforcing the provisions in the City of Portland's noise code (Title 18 ), helping to resolve citizen's noise concerns and assisting with noise variance applications.
Builds support of public involvement processes citywide that are more accessible to the community