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The City of Portland, Oregon

Portland Parks & Recreation

Healthy Parks, Healthy Portland

Phone: 503-823-7529

1120 SW Fifth Avenue, Portland, OR 97204

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Parks Replacement Bond

"I am very grateful to the voters of Portland for approving the bond measure. It will help meet crucial needs across our parks system, while remaining sensitive to Portlanders’ ability to pay. The funds from this bond won’t completely close the gap our parks and facilities face, but it will make a major difference. I will continue looking at ways to address the needs of our parks system." 
Commissioner Amanda Fritz


Parks Replacement Bond News

  • Parks Replacement Bond Survey - TELL US HOW WE'RE DOING!  Now that we have completed the third year of the Bond program, we want to hear what you think! Tell us how transparent you think we are, how we are doing in communicating with you, and how we can improve. Fill out the survey here.
  • Encuesta sobre el Bono para el Reemplazo de Parques: ¡Denos su opinión sobre nuestro trabajo! Dado que hemos acabado el tercer año del proyecto del Bono, ¡nos gustaría que nos diera su opinión! Díganos qué opina sobre nuestro nivel de transparencia, cómo va nuestra comunicación con usted y cómo podemos mejorar. Por favor, llene la siguiente encuesta para darnos sus comentarios.
  • Play Piece Replacements and Drainage Repairs: We will be replacing play equipment at 19 parks this summer and making drainage repairs at 10 playgrounds next summer. Find out more here.


Under Construction 

Completed Projects


Featured Stories from Annual Reports

2017-2018
Read Bryna, Mike, and Holden's story Read James's story Read Brian's story Read Deana's story
2016-2017
Harriet Cormack Max Nathe Nate McCoy Arlene Kimura
 Read Harriet's story  Read Max's story  Read Nate's story Read Arlene's story
2015-2016
Read Kimberly's story Read Naim's story Read Dion's story Read Paul's story

Parks Replacement Bond funds are for urgent repairs and other capital costs, not park operations. The measure authorized up to $68 million in general obligation bonds to make repairs and improvements and prevent more closures like we’ve seen at Couch playground and the Maple Trail in Forest Park. The bond is subject to an oversight committee, annual reports, and audits. 

Click here to find out more about the passage of the 2014 Parks Replacement Bond.