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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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Mayor’s Office to Host Community Forum: How Does Law Enforcement Interact With Vulnerable Populations?

Forum will focus on public safety and how police interact with vulnerable populations and examine upstream region-wide mental health and addiction issues.

Smart City PDX Summary

Using Data and Technology to Improve People's Lives

Mayor Ted Wheeler, City Officials and Intel, AT&T, Current by GE, and PGE celebrate Traffic Safety Sensor Project

200 Safety Sensors are being installed on 122nd, Hawthorne and Division as part of first major milestone in Portland’s Smart City PDX initiative.

TriMet, City of Portland and School Districts Will Provide Free Transit Passes for Low-Income Students in Portland Public, David Douglas and Parkrose High Schools

TriMet and the City of Portland have long assisted low-income students in accessing education and other opportunities.

City of Portland and Downtown Clean & Safe partner to bring new garbage cans to downtown Portland this summer

New design will improve livability, provide more funding for critical services

City of Portland to Achieve Platinum Certification for Open Data Efforts

Portland joints Boston, Los Angeles and San Diego in earning Platinum certification from World Council on City Data

Mayor Wheeler Announces Record Investments in Homeless Services

City spending plan includes strategies and resources to increase community-centered policing, focuses on support for small businesses, and moves the city budget toward long-term fiscal sustainability

Mayor Wheeler's Small Business Spotlight

Welcome to the Small Business Spotlight page

Portland's 2018 State of the City Address

As Prepared for Delivery - April 12, 2018

Statement by Mayor Ted Wheeler on Officer Involved Shooting

Portland, OR – Mayor Ted Wheeler released the following statement on Saturday’s officer involved shooting.

Community Forum on Public Safety and the DOJ Settlement Agreement

Wednesday, March 28, 2018 6:30-8:30 pm Taborspace Dining Room

A Letter from Mayor Ted Wheeler to the Students of Portland

As students, you already know more about mass gun violence than anybody should. You have practiced mass shooter drills and you have lived life under threat as if this is how life in America is supposed to be.

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at the Bureau of Developmental Services Building - UPDATED

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at the Bureau of Developmental Services Building

City Request for PCCEP Facilitator

We are looking for a PCCEP Facilitator to help exchange information between the community and Portland Police Bureau to create effective and equitable policing reform that exceeds constitutional requirements and drives meaningful community engagement within and outside the PPB.

Forum on Public Safety and the DOJ Settlement Agreement

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 at the Bureau of Developmental Services Building

A Message from the Mayor's Team

Better Connections with the People of Portland

Cannabis: Local Control Rewards Local Communities

Portland’s cannabis industry has put us on the map for progressive marijuana policies

Cannabis: Local Control is Responsive to our Communities

We need a regulatory approach that is specific to Portland’s needs, and it's not the one-size-fits-all approach of the Federal government.

Cannabis: Local Control is Responsible Control

Portlanders deserve clear, fair, and consistent policies concerning the strong regulation of cannabis

Mayor's Remarks: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Presented to the Vancouver Avenue First Baptist Church - January 13, 2018

Smart Affordable Housing Investments by Portland Deliver More Bang for the Buck

my administration has committed to dramatically increase the number of affordable housing units in Portland.

Mayor Wheeler Takes a Look Back at 2017 in His Year in Review

After facing a series of crises, City Council makes progress on the issues Portlanders care about most

Letter to Portlanders on the end of 2017

The end of the year is a time to reflect upon where we’ve been, the challenges we’ve faced, what we’ve accomplished, and where we resolve to go in the year ahead.

2017 Year in Review - Mayor Ted Wheeler

In 2017 the City Council made progress on the issues Portlanders care about most: housing, homelessness, public safety, economic growth, environmental protection, equity, and government transparency and accountability.

Joint Office of Homelessness's Severe Weather Plan

No one will be turned away: Preparing our response for severe winter weather

Stay prepared and safe for winter weather this season

Tips on staying safe during severe winter weather in Portland

What’s the deal with salt on Portland roads - A FAQ

FAQ - Concerning Road Clearing & Salting during Severe Weather

Press Releases

Press Releases

Mayor Wheeler's State of the City Address

Given March 24, 2017 at The Sentinel Hotel