The City of Portland is coordinating with Multnomah County, regional, and state partners to prepare for local impacts of coronavirus.
Novel Coronavirus COVID-19 Information from Multnomah County | Learn more about the City of Portland's response
Portland Fire & Rescue’s Fire Marshal’s Office Plan Review Center is temporarily CLOSED to the public.
Emergency relief fund for artists receives more than $65,000 in donations, 250 applications for support in first two days
Portland does better than average in booms, worse in recessions, says Portland City Economist Josh Harwood
Out of concern for our customers and staff, the Portland Water Bureau will be closed to walk-in customers starting Monday, March 16 at our Interstate location at 664 N. Tillamook St.
The Portland Water Bureau is sharing updates, including adjusted Customer Service hours, how to pay your water bill, water quality information, and more.
Print the posts and flyers for use in public spaces. Printable resources that provide information on how to social distance and keep healthy.
During the response to COVID-19, the following public resources are available to people who need food.
Like other City services, the Office of Management and Finance Facilities team is responding to COVID-19 by focusing on emergency needs. We’re doing our best to keep facilities clean so we can protect employees and community members.
A monthly snapshot of land use planning work going on in your neighborhoods. Please visit each project website and contact project staff with any questions.
The two-year Youth Position on the Planning and Sustainability Commission (PSC) is open and accepting applications until April 10, 2020.
The commissioners’ amendments will be reflected in the Recommended Draft, to be released in Summer 2020.
Information about features released on Portland.gov in early March, 2020.
(Updated March 16) So far, more than 100 Portlanders have submitted written comments, and staff have met with several organizations to gather feedback on the draft resolution.