1120 SW Fifth Avenue, Portland, OR 97204
Eleven volunteer advocates for the urban forest, advancing the public conversation and advising the City of Portland
PP&R Urban Forestry is currently seeking applicants to join the Urban Forestry Commission. Please visit the UFC Recruitment page to complete the application. The recruitment period will close on August 31, 2020.
Created by Title 11 Trees, the Urban Forestry Commission is comprised of 11 community members who volunteer their time to advise the City Forester, Parks Director, Commissioner in Charge of Parks and City Council on matters pertaining to trees in the City including regulations, budget, policies and plans. It also acts as an appeals board for certain tree permits, nominates new and approves removal of Heritage Trees, and plays a significant role in updates to the City’s Urban Forest Management Plan.
Vivek Shandas (Chair), Barbara Hollenbeck (Vice Chair), Anjeanette Brown, Gregg Everhart, Brian French, Lorena Nascimento, Bruce Nelson, Daniel Newberry, Damon Schrosk, Megan Van de Mark
Date: July 16, 2020
Time: 9:30am - Noon
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Meeting ID: 927 7901 6785
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Policy Committee Meeting
Monday following the UFC monthly meeting
5:30 - 7:00 PM
Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/92753143175 | Meeting ID: 927 5314 3175
Heritage Tree Committee
2019 Dates: January 17, April 18, May 16, September 19, October 17
12:30 - 1:30 PM
Mt. Tabor Maintenance Yard, Mt. Tabor Conference Room
6437 SE Division Street
Please address postal correspondence as follows:
Urban Forestry Commission
1900 SW 4th Avenue, Suite 5000
Portland, Oregon 97201
All monthly meetings of the Urban Forestry Commission are open to the public and community involvement is encouraged. The first five minutes of meeting are typically reserved for public comments. Please check the meeting agenda ahead of time to confirm if time allows for public comments.
If you do plan to attend a meeting and provide comment, please briefly review the following information.