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Bagged batteries can be set out with the yellow glass recycling bin.
Those interested can apply for the Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund (PCEF) Cooling Portland program by dialing 311 or going online.
Join a workshop to learn how to fix things yourself or drop your ride off at a local shop.
To help make your entire process at PDX as smooth as possible, we’ve created a guide that covers everything from gates and parking to details on the airport’s 70 nonstop flights.
Various recycling programs with local drop-off sites may save you a trip to one of Metro’s hazardous waste facilities.
The annual service provided by the Portland Bureau of Transportation removes fallen leaves for free within certain districts.
Much like literary libraries, residents can become members of Portland’s tool libraries and check out the equipment they need for DIY tasks.
The Metro-run program trains business owners and citizens, turning them into volunteers who can empower their neighbors, families, friends, and coworkers to take action.
Life Time’s first Oregon location features everything from lap pools to conference rooms.
Registering your dog or cat is required for residents and comes with many benefits.
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The Northeast Portland pub that only shows women’s athletics has a stacked lineup of activities.
The app uses an algorithm to match like-minded locals and arranges meet-ups at restaurants of its choosing.
Jack Kent turned people watching into an art in Portland, capturing eight years (and counting) of the city’s unique scenes and quirky characters through his comics series.
The university is partnering with Walker Macy Collaborative to activate street-level spaces “by bringing the energy from inside PSU buildings to outdoor locations.”
Local blues and jazz musicians will perform beneath the iconic St. Johns Bridge.
Three options are available at the online survey, open until Aug. 15.
We’ve got details and a map full of drink deals: We’ll be highlighting the vibrant beverage scene across Portland, OR from July 22 to July 26, 2024.
Eighteen murals installed under bridges join the Central Eastside Industrial District’s rich tapestry of public art.
Built on the site of the previous library, the new Holgate Library costs approx. $27 million and showcases community-driven features.
The interactive project rescues unwanted instruments, turning them into one-of-a-kind works of art that are then dispersed across the city for anyone to play.