The City of Portland is coordinating with Multnomah County, regional, and state partners to prepare for local impacts of coronavirus.
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Novel Coronavirus COVID-19
The City of Portland is coordinating with Multnomah County, regional and state partners to prepare for local impacts of coronavirus.
Multnomah County is the city’s primary resource for public health information. Get public health information and guidance, resources, and updates regarding COVID-19 from the County.
The City of Portland is responsible for more localized response to COVID-19 through things including first response, economic relief, housing, utilities, and more. Check back to this page for updates.
If you have a question or need information about City services or programs, please call the City/County Information & Referral line at 503-823-4000 or email email@example.com. Staff are available to help Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
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News and Notices
Governor’s order to restrict travel only to essential trips is mandatory and Portlanders should treat every street as a shared street
The Covid-19 health emergency has impacted every aspect of our daily life. This includes transportation. As our response continues to evolve, we are receiving questions about transportation and how people can continue to get where they need to go safely.
Advisory on maintaining social distancing and how staff will be at parks to help people remember the public health guidelines - especially during this warm weather.
Guidance and resources for renters and homeowners financially impacted by the COVID-19 public health emergency
Portland Bureau of Transportation temporarily reduces all-day rates at SmartPark garages to $5 per day The rate reduction is intended to support downtown Portland residents and workers during the COVID-19 State of Emergency
Cancellations and Refunds - Thank you for your patience during these challenging times.
The health of our community, partners, committee, and staff are at the forefront as we consider the impacts of COVID-19 on individuals, families, communities, nonprofits, and local businesses. We are following guidance from the City of Portland and Multnomah County, our public health authority.
Waste collection in Portland is not affected by Oregon’s stay-at-home order and will continue, but delays may occur. Please bag all trash for driver and community safety. Put out your garbage, recycling and compost carts on your normally scheduled pickup days.
Portland Parks & Recreation will close several parks to vehicle traffic on or by early Thursday morning to help promote safe social distancing practices and discourage overcrowding.
Portland Parks & Recreation has monitored the COVID-19 situation since it began. We continue to be in communication with, and to follow the guidance of, the Oregon Health Authority, Multnomah County Health Department, and the Portland Bureau of Emergency Management regarding the situation.
It is the policy of the City of Portland that no person shall be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in any City program, service, or activity on the grounds of race, color, national origin, disability, or other protected class status.
The City of Portland ensures meaningful access to City programs, services, and activities to comply with Civil Rights Title VI and ADA Title II laws and reasonably provides: translation, interpretation, modifications, accommodations, alternative formats, auxiliary aids and services. To request these services, contact 503-865-6009, City TTY 503-823-6868, Relay Service: 711.
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Translation and Interpretation: 503-865-6009