Read news from BPS about the Climate Emergency Declaration, Facial Recognition Policy, RIP Amendments, and West PDX Town Center Open House.
Updated TSP Pedestrian Classifications Take Effect March 6.
Using authority granted to local jurisdictions by the State legislature, the City of Portland enacted a new Residential Demolition Ordinance that created a first-of-its-kind program to address potential impacts from residential demolitions on neighboring properties, effective July 1, 2018.
On March 1, 2020 the new regulations approved through the Better Housing by Design project will take effect. The previous multi-dwelling zoning on the zoning map (R3, R2, R1, and RH) will be changed to new designations (RM1, RM2, RM3, RM4) as part of this project.
Migration to New Permitting Software is Complete.
We Appreciate Your Patience!
Senate Bill 534 (Platted Lots)
Commissioner Eudaly's suggested events for 2020 Black History Month.
January 2020 updates from Commissioner Hardesty's office.
The City of Portland has adopted the new 2019 Oregon Structural Specialty Code (OSSC), which includes new energy efficiency provisions.
The end of 2019 marked a very busy and successful year for the PDX ePlans Team, Process Managers, Reviewers, and external stakeholders alike.
Read news from BPS about Parkrose Argay, Fossil Fuel Terminal Zoning, Residential Infill Project, Climate Policy Commitments, Portland's Environmental Zone Update, Deconstruction, Bike Parking Code, Better Housing by Design, and the River Plan/South Reach.
A Look Back: Changing the landscape of accessibility in East Portland
Use Recycle or Not to help answer your questions.
The Source Control Manual (SCM) is getting updated.
Read and submit comments on the Proposed Draft from Jan. 2 through Feb. 11, 2020.
2019 review of Commissioner Hardesty's first year in office