1120 SW Fifth Avenue, Portland, OR 97204
The City of Portland develops an annual budget. That means, every year, every bureau works with their Commissioner’s Office to develop a Requested Budget that is submitted to the City Budget Office and the Mayor. Then, the Mayor develops his Proposed Budget for the entire City of Portland and works with City Council, all bureaus and the community to finalize the budget. City Council formally adopts the budget in June.
Portland Parks & Recreation begins its budget process in October, eight months before the budget is adopted. The Parks budget process goes from October through February when we submit our Requested Budget to the City Budget Office. Then, a process led by City Council begins.
Parks uses several points of information to develop our Requested Budget. These include:
Update for December 26, 2019
Commissioner Nick Fish and Director Adena Long are committed to leading PP&R in a more financially sustainable direction – for the long term. As part of that commitment, they led a Council Work Session to get feedback about how best to align community expectations with funding levels. Read more.
BAC meetings are open to the public.
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|Meeting 1||Thursday, December 5||5:30 to 8:30 PM||Sixth + Main Building, Room 513
1050 SW 6th Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97204
|Meeting 2||Thursday, December 19||5:30 to 8:30 PM||Central Northeast Neighbors
4415 NE 87th Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97220
|Meeting 3||Thursday, January 9||5:30 to 8:30 PM||APANO Orchards of 82nd, 8188 SE Division St.|
|Meeting 4||Thursday, May 21||5:30 to 8:30 PM||Location to be determined.|
Portland Parks & Recreation Board Members