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  1. May 26

    Brookside Green Street Project Update: May 22, 2015

    Environmental Services is designing two green street planters that will collect stormwater runoff from SE Foster Road that currently flows untreated directly into Johnson Creek. The project will protect public health and water quality in Johnson Creek. Construction on the Brookside Green Street Project should begin later this summer.

  2. May 22

    Northeast Coalition of Neighborhoods, May 2015 e-newsletter

    E-newsletter for NE Coalition of Neighborhoods, May 2015: Good in the Hood Parade, June 27; NNEBA MLK Dream Run '15, Aug. 1, 2; and more...

  3. May 22

    Traffic Advisory: Spring paving to close lanes on N Denver Avenue from May 26-June 2

    The City of Portland Bureau of Transportation advises the traveling public that street improvements will require lane closures on N Denver Avenue from N Rosa Parks Way to N Buffalo Street from Tuesday, May 26 to Tuesday June 2 from 7 a.m. through 5 p.m. each work day.

  4. May 22

    NW Front Avenue Green Street Planters Project Update: May 22, 2015

    Environmental Services uses green streets throughout the city to help manage stormwater and protect water quality in our rivers and streams. This project will pilot planter designs meant to manage stormwater runoff from the public right-of-way in areas with surrounding industrial uses. Green streets also add green space to neighborhoods.

  5. May 22

    N Lagoon Avenue Green Street Planter Project Update: May 22, 2015

    Environmental Services uses green streets throughout the city to help manage stormwater and protect water quality in our rivers and streams. This project will pilot planter designs meant to manage stormwater runoff from the public right-of-way in areas with surrounding industrial uses. Green streets also add green space to neighborhoods.