1120 SW Fifth Ave, Suite 800, Portland, OR 97204
Fixing Our Streets Oversight Committee Member Job Description
The Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) is a community partner in shaping a livable city. We plan, build, manage and maintain an effective and safe transportation system that provides people and businesses access and mobility. We keep Portland moving.
About the Bureau and Budget Advisory Committee
The Fixing Our Streets Oversight Committee plays an important role in ensuring the accountability of the transportation safety and maintenance program voters created when in May 2016 they passed Measure 26 – 173, the four-year, ten-cent Portland gas tax. The program will help PBOT expand preventive street maintenance that saves money and prevents potholes. It will also allow more safe access, sidewalks, traffic signals, street lights and bike lanes.
Purpose and Role of the Bureau and Budget Advisory Committee
The Committee’s role is to:
The requirements for Fixing Our Streets Oversight Committee membership are:
Membership and Term
Members of the Fixing Our Streets Oversight Committee will be expected to fulfill the following time commitments:
Public Official Conduct of Interest Notice
Those selected to serve on this body will be legally considered public officials for the duration of their service. As such, they will be required to publicly disclose potential conflicts of interest. If potential conflicts of interest are not disclosed, individual members are subject to education or monetary sanctions from the Oregon Government Ethics Commission. Having potential conflicts of interest does not preclude you from serving on this body or impact your ability to participate fully on this body. Stakeholders often have potential conflicts of interest just out of the nature of being a stakeholder and having interest in the work PBOT is doing. The Conflict of Interest Disclosure is included in the application packet. Please fill and submit the form along with your application.
We will be introducing a new process for selecting committee members following the passage of the Advisory Bodies and Commissions Policy (Resolution 37328). The Fixing Our Streets Advisory Committee membership is intended to represent a cross-section of diverse expertise, skill sets, background and viewpoints.
Please complete the application form below to express your interest in the Fixing Our Streets Advisory Committee. Please note that information provided is public information, except for the voluntary and confidential section entitled “Confidential Demographic information.”
The following information is required to be considered for the Fixing Our Streets Advisory Committee.
Applications must be submitted by Friday December 14th, 2018 for consideration through one of the following options:
Applications are due on Friday December 14th, 2018. To talk with someone about these opportunities or receive assistance completing the application, please contact the Portland Bureau of Transportation at email@example.com or 503-823-5185.
About the Committee
Meeting Notice: The next Oversight Committee will be held on Wednesday, January 23rd at 5 p.m. in room 513 of the Congress Center - 1001 SW 5th Ave. The committee meets quarterly. All committee meetings will be open to the public.
Interested Parties Email List: To sign up for our email contact list to receive Oversight Committee related information, such as meeting notices and cancellations, please submit your contact information here.
Staff Coordinator: Mychal Tetteh, PBOT Fixing Our Streets Program Manager
1120 SW 5th Ave., Suite 800
Portland, OR 97204
Questions or comments about Fixing Our Streets may be submitted to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fixing Our Streets Oversight Committee Application
2016-2018 Charter and Protocols
Project schedule for the Fixing Our Streets program - updated 10/27/17