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Ted Wheeler

Mayor, City of Portland

main phone: 503-823-4120

Opinion line: 503-823-4127

1221 SW 4th Ave, Room 340, Portland, OR 97204

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City Council Approves Budget Focused on Roads, Homelessness, and Economic Growth

Mayor praises Council’s approach to collaborative problem solving, fiscal discipline

Portland’s New Open Data Policy will Improve Public Trust and Build Civic Engagement

City Council’s endorsement sets wheels in motion to create a policy and program to make more City data readily accessible to the community

Mayor Wheeler’s First Budget Takes Action to Address Long-Standing City Challenges

Topping the list of priorities are homelessness, livability, road maintenance, community policing, housing, and resilience.

City Officially Opens Recruitment for Police Chief

Ideal candidate will be a proven leader on community policing, diversity, and accountability

Mayor Wheeler's State of the City Address

Given March 24, 2017 at The Sentinel Hotel

City and R2DToo Partner on New Location, Move Within 60 Days

New Site on Eastside between Moda Center and Willamette River

Portland City Council to Resolve That Portland is a Safe, Welcoming, Inclusive City

City Commissioners to Reaffirm Commitment to and Support of All Residents of Portland, Regardless of Documentation Status

Mayor Wheeler and Chair Kafoury's open letter to landlords

A joint open letter to the community, highlighting resources available to tenants who are struggling with lost wages because of winter weather and calling on landlords to work with their tenants to find solutions when they are struggling to pay the rent

Mayor Ted Wheeler Announces Bureau Assignments

Approach relies on experience of commissioners to solve challenges together

Mayor Ted Wheeler Declares State of Emergency for City of Portland

City seeks additional funds and equipment to aid in response to severe weather events

City Prevails in Anderson Ratepayer Case

With this and other related decisions the city has saved Portland taxpayers over $100 million

Mayor Ted Wheeler Announces Portland Building Will Serve as Emergency Shelter Tonight

May remain open during Severe Weather Warning, Mayor says no one will be turned away from shelter