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Description and qualifications. Application deadline: March 13, 2020.
A monthly snapshot of land use planning work going on in your neighborhoods. Please visit the project website and contact project staff with any questions.
Council holds two work sessions on proposed amendments to the Residential Infill Project; directs staff to develop some of them for a public hearing on March 12.
Public feedback wanted on new commitments to meet the rising climate challenge.
Application deadline is April 12, 2020.
City Council is reviewing concepts for amendments in response to public testimony. Community members will have an opportunity to testify on the amendments in March 2020.
The grant proposal deadline is March 1, 2020.
The Oregon Court of Appeals upholds an earlier LCDC decision that previously upheld the plan.
The Bureau of Development Services has a new Building Official Determination that clarifies the difference between a dwelling unit and a congregate living facility in the building code.
At recent public hearings, 140 Portlanders shared their feedback on proposals to expand housing opportunities in Portland’s single-family zones.
Portland City Council removes residential garbage and recycling from Clean Energy Surcharge requirement.
River Plan/South Reach Proposed Draft heads to Planning and Sustainability Commission for public hearings; proposals address land uses and zoning, scenic and natural resources, recreation, and transportation.
Comments must be received by Friday, January 17 at 5 PM
On February 10, 2020, the City of Portland will start using a new version of AMANDA, the software used to manage the permitting process. As we transition to upgraded AMANDA software, our services will be available according to the schedule below.
Documentation of African American historic resources available for public review; comments on documents welcome until late February 2020.