Office of Community & Civic Life
As our programs and the relationships they foster continue to evolve, we are committed to working with all Portlanders.
Disability Power PDX is one of many ways we are working toward one city, many communities.
Example of 3 year program milestones: support the many ways community want to engage digitally.
Collaborate with community and agencies to achieve shared goals and Citywide initiatives.
Example of 3 year program milestones: effective citywide delivery service system for easier access to City information and services
Click here for a brief introduction to our new visual identity. This is also a guide to understanding how the Office's mission remains the same, as we begin our next chapter.
At the Office of Community & Civic Life, we connect the people of Portland with their City government to promote the common good. Our programs create a culture of collaboration, expanding possibilities for all Portlanders to contribute their knowledge, experience, and creativity to solve local problems and make life better in the city we all share.
Over the next 10 years, the Office of Community & Civic Life programs in collaboration with our partners and the community, will work toward three big-picture goals:
- Inclusive structures: build inclusion into our daily operations, setting broader change in motion across City government.
- Adaptive governance: seek more ways collaborate with other City bureaus, bringing the power our collective resources to achieve shared goals and citywide initiatives.
- Fulfilled and empowered Portlanders: invest resources across a wider range of communities within the city and ensure Portlanders see their experiences, concerns, and aspirations reflected in City-supported programs.
One city, many communities
Neighborhood Coalition Offices and the Office of Community & Civic Life