This program offers free financial and technical assistance to help return brownfields to productive use.|
This program works with public and private landowners to restore degraded sream bank and upland areas.
An interactive, web-based reporting tool that lets you communicate your park concerns with Portland Parks and Recreation.
The city has 32 community gardens located throughout the city. Find your plot today!
Classes, guided walks, camp programs, volunteer opportunities and special events focus on the forest, grassland and water ecosystems available in neighborhoods throughout the city.
Get involved in your neighborhood, access information, build community, support diversity and accessibility, organize a block party, clean up your neighborhood, sharpen leadership skills, plant a tree impact city policy, and more...
Investigates pollution going to, threatening or leaving Portland's sewer system. Find out how to report pollution.
The Vision into Action (VIA) Coalition is a broad, community-led alliance of organizations, businesses, neighborhoods, government and individuals acting collectively and collaboratively to ensure implementation of Portland's community vision.
These events present a wonderful opportunity for you and your family to get out and be active right in your own neighborhood. You will be able to walk, bike run, roll, meet your neighbors, and enjoy entertainment in the parks and along the routes.
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A tap water station, free for outdoor use at community events within Portland city limits.