Many people have expressed worries over the duration of time that parks will be darker while they await replacement light fixtures.
The existing 5-acre park will grow to 25 acres and feature several new amenities.
Protect the night by taking some simple actions Saturday, April 15-Saturday, April 22
The utility manager partnered with Asterra to use ground-penetrating radar to find breaks in the water main more quickly than with traditional methods.
The locations are “unmarked, unsafe, and inaccessible.”
We take a look at our bicycling infrastructure and how we can make the area more bikeable.
During his 14 years as parks director, Jordan helped implement dozens of free activities like Movies in the Park and oversaw the creation of 44 new recreational facilities.
The massive redevelopment in the Central Eastside will emphasize Indigenous connection to the land and promote economic growth.
The vital infrastructure project has drastically reduced the amount and frequency of sewer overflow events in the Willamette River and Columbia Slough.
New details and design renderings paint the picture of Multnomah County Library’s highly anticipated “vibrant, diverse location.”
Officials found the 93-year-old North Portland facility presented serious safety hazards.
We’ve broken down the cost of living in Portland, Oregon, comparing it to other states and the US national average.
The city is the first in the nation to do so.
Learn about the biggest industries and employers in Portland and its surrounding counties with this guide to local business.
Portland will ban homeless camping in the city by 2024, with enforcement starting May 2023.
When complete, the center is expected to serve approximately 22,000 households.
Community members can choose from 21 different kinds of yard trees at this year’s Yard Tree Giveaway events
The iconic sculpture is the second-largest copper repoussé statue in the United States after the Statue of Liberty
Do you know where they stand?
The area that would become Naito Parkway and Tom McCall Waterfront Park looked much different nearly eight decades ago
The tableau depicting various modes of transit, native flowers, pollinators + subtle nods to local icons greets pedestrians and cyclists crossing the Blumenauer Bridge
See the German influence on the city, from green parks to group workouts
At various times through the years, people hoping to cross over the Columbia River had to pay to do so — and possibly will have to again
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