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City/County Info: 503-823-4000
1120 SW 5th Ave, Suite 114, Portland, OR 97204
1120 SW 5th Ave, Suite 114
Portland, OR 97204
THIS REGISTRATION IS FOR 2022 POP! EVENTS.
EVENTS REGISTERED HERE MUST OCCUR WITHIN THE PORTLAND CITY LIMITS.
A 2022 POP! EVENT CAN BE SCHEDULED BETWEEN MONDAY AUGUST 1, 2022 and SUNDAY AUGUST 14, 2022.
This section is for information about the person(s) organizing the event.
The section is for specific information about your event.
*If you are planning to have multiple events, please register each event individually. *If you want to change the selected date of your event after registering, please contact 311 directly to do so.
To obtain a permit to close a street for the purposes of your event, please go directly to the PBOT Permitting website: https://www.portland.gov/transportation/safestreetspdx/pbot-healthy-blocks-permit#toc-apply-online
Amplified noise in the City of Portland requires a noise variance permit. Amplified noise can include: above average noise from voices, music, games/events, etc. To be on the noise variance permit submitted by the Community Safety Program, complete the following question. (If you mark "yes" to the amplified noise question below, you do not need to complete a noise variance permit for your POP! event.)
If you'd like to organize an event in a City of Portland Park, you must submit a "Parks Limited Use Permit Application."
Find this document here: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/52672c02859f4694857f959e6e28ee05
***Park fee waivers are for events sponsored by Neighborhood Associations only. A fee waiver is granted once per Neighborhood Association, per year.**
Portland Parks & Recreation can try to send a Park Ranger to attend a POP! event. Rangers are all over the City and are tasked with visiting the parties between calls and duties. (Requests do not guarantee attendance and is dependent on personnel capacity).
The Portland Police Bureau would like to send it's officers to attend your event. Police are all over the City and tasked with visiting events between calls and duties. (Requests do not guarantee attendance and is dependent on personnel capacity).
Portland Street Response is a new public safety response system in Portland that includes dispatch of a team of both medical and mental health providers who provide unarmed and trauma-informed, non-law enforcement response to non-life threatening (but crisis-related) emergency calls for service. (Requests do not guarantee attendance and is dependent on personnel capacity).
Portland Fire & Rescue can try to send firefighters to your event. Firefighters from neighborhood fire stations all over the City are requested to visit events between calls and duties. (Requests do not guarantee attendance and are dependent upon personnel capacity).
The Bureau of Emergency Communications (BOEC) are the responders answering 9-1-1 and non-emergency calls. Meet the people behind the headsets by requesting a dispatcher to visit your event. (Requests do not guarantee attendance and are dependent upon personnel capacity).
Neighborhood Emergency Teams (NETs) are Portland residents trained by PBEM and Portland Fire & Rescue to provide emergency disaster assistance within their own neighborhoods. Learn how to become a NET for your neighborhood. (Requests do not guarantee attendance and are dependent upon personnel capacity).
The Office of Violence Prevention collaborates with communities and institutions to eliminate racial inequity and to increase public safety, community engagement and partnerships, in effort to address gun violence through primary prevention services and as a public health issue. (Requests do not guarantee attendance and are dependent upon personnel capacity).