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Chapter 3.100 Equal Opportunity
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 - Note
 3.100.005 City Policies Relating to Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action and Civil Rights.
 3.100.010 Affirmative Action Program.
 3.100.011 Definitions.
 3.100.012 Policy.
 3.100.013 Objectives.
 3.100.014 Management Commitment.
 3.100.015 Regulatory Committee.
 3.100.016 Bureau EEO Advisory Committees.
 3.100.017 Reports and Audits.
 3.100.018 Complaints of Discrimination.
 3.100.019 Sanction.
 3.100.020 Rules and Regulations.
 3.100.021 Identification of Handicapped.
 3.100.022 Management Commitment.
 3.100.023 Objectives.
 3.100.030 Contractor Equal Employment Opportunity Program.
 3.100.031 Definitions.
 3.100.032 Contracts with the City.
 3.100.033 Franchises.
 3.100.034 Certification of Contractors.
 3.100.035 Rules and Regulations.
 3.100.036 Compliance by Contractors.
 3.100.037 Denial or Revocation of Certification.
 3.100.038 Compatibility with Other Rules.
 3.100.039 State of Emergency.
 3.100.040 Exemptions.
 3.100.041 Contracts with City.
 3.100.042 Certification of Contractors.
 3.100.043 Information Required.
 3.100.044 Compliance Review.
 3.100.045 Denial, Suspension, Revocation
 3.100.050 Nondiscrimination in Contracting.
 3.100.051 Policy regarding Benefits.
 3.100.052 Definitions.
 3.100.053 Discrimination in the provision of benefits prohibited.
 3.100.054 Limitations.
 3.100.055 Powers and duties of the Director.
 3.100.056 Severability of Provisions.
 3.100.060 Grant Equal Opportunity Compliance Program.
 3.100.061 Definitions.
 3.100.062 Purpose.
 3.100.063 Responsibility.
 3.100.064 Compliance Monitoring.
 3.100.065 Rules and Regulations.
 3.100.080 Minority/Female Purchasing Program.
 3.100.081 Definitions.
 3.100.082 Purpose.
 3.100.083 Liaison Officer.
 3.100.084 Minority/Female Business Enterprise List.
 3.100.085 Advertising.
 3.100.086 Minority/Female Purchasing Associations.
 3.100.089 Rules and Regulations.
 3.100.090 Metropolitan Human Relations Commission Review and Evaluation.


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(New Chapters substituted by Ordinance No. 144724, effective Nov. 10, 1977.)

3.100.005 City Policies Relating to Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action and Civil Rights.

(Substituted by Ordinance No. 165383; amended by Ordinance No. 171993, effective February 11, 1998.) The City of Portland has a compelling governmental interest in prohibiting discrimination in programs, activities, services, benefits and employment whether carried out by the City itself or through a contractor with whom the City arranges to carry out its programs and activities. In addition to provision found elsewhere in this Code, provisions relating to equal employment opportunity, affirmative action and civil rights are specifically to be found in Chapter 4.02 and Chapter 23.01. The City of Portland’s policies and programs relating to affirmative action are contained in its annual Affirmative Action Plan. Individual City bureaus may have specific programs designed to further the broad goals of equal employment opportunity, affirmative action and civil rights. It is unlawful to discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, marital status, familial status, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, sexual orientation or source of income in programs, activities, services, benefits, and employment whether carried out by the City of Portland, directly or through a contractor or any other entity with whom the City of Portland arranges to carry out its programs and activities except as allowed by federal law, rules and regulations.


3.100.010 Affirmative Action Program.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 165383, effective Apr. 29, 1992.)


3.100.011 Definitions.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 165383, effective Apr. 29, 1992.)


3.100.012 Policy.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 165383, effective Apr. 29, 1992.)


3.100.013 Objectives.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 165383, effective Apr. 29, 1992.)


3.100.014 Management Commitment.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 165383, effective Apr. 29, 1992.)


3.100.015 Regulatory Committee.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 165383, effective Apr. 29, 1992.)


3.100.016 Bureau EEO Advisory Committees.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 165383, effective Apr. 29, 1992.)


3.100.017 Reports and Audits.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 165383, effective Apr. 29, 1992.)


3.100.018 Complaints of Discrimination.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 165383, effective Apr. 29, 1992.)


3.100.019 Sanction.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 165383, effective Apr. 29, 1992.)


3.100.020 Rules and Regulations.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 165383, effective Apr. 29, 1992.)


3.100.021 Identification of Handicapped.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 165383, effective Apr. 29, 1992.)


3.100.022 Management Commitment.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 165383, effective Apr. 29, 1992.)


3.100.023 Objectives.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 165383, effective Apr. 29, 1992.)


3.100.030 Contractor Equal Employment Opportunity Program.

3.100.031 Definitions.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 171418, effective July 23, 1997.)


3.100.032 Contracts with the City.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 171418, effective July 23, 1997.)


3.100.033 Franchises.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 171418, effective July 23, 1997.)


3.100.034 Certification of Contractors.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 171418, effective July 23, 1997.)


3.100.035 Rules and Regulations.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 171418, effective July 23, 1997.)


3.100.036 Compliance by Contractors.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 171418, effective July 23, 1997.)


3.100.037 Denial or Revocation of Certification.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 171418, effective July 23, 1997.)


3.100.038 Compatibility with Other Rules.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 171418, effective July 23, 1997.)


3.100.039 State of Emergency.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 171418, effective July 23, 1997.)


3.100.040 Exemptions.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 171418, effective July 23, 1997.)


3.100.041 Contracts with City.
(Added by Ordinance No. 171418, effective July 23, 1997)
 
A. Equal Opportunity Employer. An "Equal Employment Opportunity Employer" ("EEO Employer") is one who does not engage in the discrimination prohibited by Section 3.100.005 of this Code and who is certified by the Bureau of Purchases as an EEO Employer.
 
B. Contracts with EEO Employers. The City has a compelling governmental interest to ensure that it is neither an active nor passive participant in legally prohibited discrimination. Therefore, the City will award contracts only to EEO Employers and will require that any subcontract to such contract be awarded to an EEO Employer. Any person, vendor, contractor, or entity of any type must be certified as an EEO Employer in order to be eligible to be awarded any contract from the City, unless the amount of all their contracts with the City total less than $2,500 in any single fiscal year or unless the contractor has been exempted from such requirements as determined by the Bureau of Purchases. As used in the Code provisions regarding EEO Employers, the term "contractor" shall include all persons, contractors, vendors and entities who are required to obtain certification. In addition, all persons, vendors or entities that wish to be subcontractors on City awarded contracts shall be certified as EEO Employers unless the total of their subcontracts is less than $2,500 in any single fiscal year or unless the subcontractor has been exempted from such requirements as determined by the Bureau of Purchases.
 
C. Contracts Voidable. Any contract between the City and a contractor who is not EEO certified or exempt from EEO certification requirements is voidable at the option of the City, regardless of whether the contractor was EEO certified when the contract was awarded or executed. Similarly, a contract is voidable if the contractor subcontracts a portion of the work to a subcontractor or supplier that is not EEO certified or exempt from EEO certification requirements.

3.100.042 Certification of Contractors.

(Added by Ordinance No. 171418, effective July 23, 1997.) The Bureau of Purchases is delegated the authority to adopt rules and regulations to establish criteria for certification, conditional certification, decertification, revocation, suspension and denial of EEO status to Contractors and Subcontractors, to administratively implement this program, to investigate complaints of prohibited discrimination, to conduct compliance reviews, and to establish rules of procedure it deems necessary in order to discharge its duties.


3.100.043 Information Required.

(Added by Ordinance No. 171418, effective July 23, 1997.) Contractors and Subcontractors shall provide all information requested by the Bureau to assist it in performing its duties under Section 3.100.042 of this Code.


3.100.044 Compliance Review.

(Added by Ordinance No. 171418, effective July 23, 1997.) If the Bureau of Purchases receives a complaint filed by any person or entity that alleges prohibited discrimination by a Contractor or Subcontractor, or when information comes into its possession indicating that a Contractor or Subcontractor may have engaged in prohibited discrimination, the Bureau may conduct a Compliance Review to determine whether the complaint or the information is correct. The purpose of the Compliance Review is to determine whether an EEO Certification should be revoked or suspended or whether a request for certification or recertification should be denied.


3.100.045 Denial, Suspension, Revocation

(Added by Ordinance No. 171418, effective July 23, 1997)

A. Actions by Bureau. The Bureau may deny, suspend or revoke an EEO certification of the contractor or subcontractor if:

1. Employs a workforce that shows underutilization of minorities and women, as reflected by their availability in the workforce, and thereafter fails to take positive steps to diversify its workforce after notification from the Bureau that such steps are required to maintain the EEO certification. Underutilization determinations shall be based on federal Title VII standards including the "Four-Fifths Rule" and "Manifest Imbalance" concepts;

2. Engages in discrimination prohibited by state, federal or local law;

3. Refuses to provide information to the Bureau of Purchases to determine whether it should be EEO certified or recertified;

4. Refuses to provide information when the Bureau is conducting a Compliance Review;

5. Intentionally provides false information to the Bureau in regard to its EEO certification or in response to the Bureau’s request for information; or

6. Intentionally employs subcontractors that are not EEO certified.

B. Appeal. EEO certification that has been denied, suspended or revoked may be appealed to the City Council by filing a written notice with the City Auditor within 10 days after the date of denial, suspension, or revocation. Action on such appeal shall be as directed by the City Council.

C. Enforcement. If no appeal to the City Council is filed within the time allowed, or if the appeal is denied by the City Council, the decision of the Bureau immediately shall go into effect.


3.100.050 Nondiscrimination in Contracting.
 
(Added by Ordinance No. 180077, effective May 19, 2006)

3.100.051 Policy regarding Benefits.
 
(Added by Ordinance No. 180077, effective May 19, 2006) It is the City's intent, through its contracting practices outlined herein, to spend public money through its contracts to equalize, to the extent possible, the total benefits between similarly situated employees with spouses and employees with domestic partners.

3.100.052 Definitions.
 
(Added by Ordinance No. 180077, effective May 19, 2006) As used in this Chapter unless the context requires otherwise:
 
A.   "Bureau" means the Bureau of Purchases.
 
B.   "Contract" means all formal solicitation contracts for Public Improvements and Construction Services authorized and executed pursuant to PCC Chapter 5.34, and all formal solicitation contracts for Goods and Services authorized and executed pursuant to PCC Chapter 5.33 and all formal solicitation contracts for Professional, Technical and Expert services (PTE) authorized and executed pursuant to PCC Chapter 5.68.
 
C.    "Director" or “Purchasing Agent” means the Director of the Bureau of Purchases or that person to whom those duties have been properly delegated.
 
D.   "Domestic Partner" means any person who is registered with his or her employer as a domestic partner, or, in the absence of an employer-provided registry, is registered as a domestic partner with a governmental body pursuant to state or local law authorizing such registration and who is in fact a current domestic partner with the person with whom that person was registered.  Any internal employer registry of domestic partnership must comply with criteria for domestic partnerships specified by rule by the Bureau.
 
E.   "Employee benefits" means any plan, program or policy provided by an employer to its employees as part of the employer’s total compensation package. This includes but is not limited to the following types of benefits: bereavement leave; disability, life, and other types of insurance; family medical leave; health benefits; membership or membership discounts; moving expenses; pension and retirement benefits; vacation; travel benefits; and any other benefits given to employees, provided that it does not include benefits to the extent that the application of the requirements of this chapter to such benefits may be preempted by federal or state law.

3.100.053 Discrimination in the provision of benefits prohibited.
 
(Added by Ordinance No. 180077, effective May 19, 2006)
 
A.  No contractor on a City contract shall discriminate by policy or practice in the provision of employee benefits between an employee with a domestic partner and an employee with a spouse, subject to the following exceptions:
1.  In the event that the contractor's actual cost of providing a particular benefit for the domestic partner of an employee exceeds that of providing it for the spouse of an employee, or the contractor's actual cost of providing a particular benefit for the spouse of an employee exceeds that of providing it for the domestic partner of an employee, the contractor shall not be deemed to discriminate in the provision of employee benefits if the contractor conditions providing such benefit upon the employee agreeing to pay the excess costs.
 
2.  The contractor shall not be deemed to discriminate in the provision of employee benefits if, despite taking reasonable measures to do so, the contractor is unable to extend a particular employee benefit to domestic partners, so long as the contractor provides the employee with a cash equivalent.
B.  Other options for compliance allowed. Provided that a contractor does not discriminate in the provision of benefits between employees with spouses and employees with domestic partners, a contractor may:
1.  Elect to provide benefits to individuals in addition to employees' spouses and employees' domestic partners;
 
2.   Elect to provide benefits in a manner unrelated to spousal or domestic partner status; or
 
3.  Provide benefits neither to employees' spouses nor to employees' domestic partners.
C.   Requirements inapplicable under certain conditions. The Director may waive the requirements of this chapter where it is found not to be in the best interest of the City. Examples of situations that require waiving the requirements of this chapter include but are not limited to:
1.   Award of a contract or amendment is necessary to respond to an emergency;
 
2.   No compliant contractors are capable of providing goods or services that respond to the City's requirements;
 
3.  The contractor is a public entity;
 
4.   The requirements are inconsistent with a grant, subvention or agreement with a public agency;
 
5.   The City is purchasing through a cooperative or joint purchasing agreement;
D.   Requests for waivers of the terms of this Chapter are to be submitted to the Bureau of Purchases in a manner prescribed by the Bureau.  Decisions by the Bureau to issue or deny waivers are final.
 
E.   The Director may reject an entity's bid or proposal, or terminate a contract, if the Director determines that the entity was set up, or is being used, for the purpose of evading the intent of this Chapter.
 
F.   The City shall not execute a contract with a contractor unless such contractor has agreed not to discriminate in the provision of employee benefits as provided for in this chapter.

G.  All contracts awarded by the City shall contain provisions developed by the Bureau of Purchases prohibiting discrimination in the provision of employee benefits, including provisions containing appropriate remedies for the breach thereof as prescribed by Section 3.100.054, except as exempted by this chapter or rule.

3.100.054 Limitations.
 
(Added by Ordinance No. 180077, effective May 19, 2006)  The requirements of this Chapter only shall apply to those portions of a contractor's operations that occur:
 
A.  Within the City;
 
B.  On real property outside of the City if the property is owned by the City or if the City has a right to occupy the property, and if the contractor’s presence at that location is connected to a contract with the City; and
 
C.  Elsewhere in the United States where work related to a City contract is being performed.
 
The requirements of this Chapter shall not apply to subcontracts or subcontractors of any contract or contractor.

3.100.055 Powers and duties of the Director.
 
(Added by Ordinance No. 180077, effective May 19, 2006)  The Director of the Bureau of Purchases shall have the power to:
 
A.  Adopt rules and regulations, in accordance with this chapter and the Administrative Code of The City of Portland (PCC 3.02), establishing standards and procedures for effectively carrying out this chapter;
 
B.  Examine contractor's benefit programs covered by this chapter;
 
C.  Allow for remedial action after a finding of non-compliance, as specified by rule.
 
D.  Determine and impose appropriate sanctions and/or liquidated damages for violation of this chapter by contractors including, but are not limited to:
1.  Disqualification of the contractor from bidding on or being awarded a City contract for a period of up to 3 years; and
 
2.  Contractual remedies, including, but not limited to, termination of the contract.
E.  Impose other appropriate contractual and civil remedies and sanctions for violations of this chapter;
 
F.  Perform such other duties as may be required by ordinance or which are necessary to implement the purposes of this chapter.

3.100.056 Severability of Provisions.
 
(Added by Ordinance No. 180077, effective May 19, 2006)  If any part or provision of this Chapter, or application thereof to any person or circumstance, is held invalid, the remainder of this Chapter and the application of the provision or part thereof, to other persons not similarly situated or to other circumstances, shall not be affected thereby and shall continue in full force and effect.  To this end, provisions of this Chapter are severable.

3.100.060 Grant Equal Opportunity Compliance Program.

3.100.061 Definitions.

(Amended by Ordinance No. 150738, effective Dec. 13, 1980.) As used in this Section:

A. "Equal Opportunity" or "EO" means the concepts and practice of nondiscrimination on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or handicap in employment, purchasing, contracting, or utilization of firms or individuals on the basis of demographics as may be prescribed by grants awarded to the City of Portland by other governmental agencies.


3.100.062 Purpose.

(Amended by Ordinance No. 150738, effective Dec. 13, 1980.) The purpose of the Grant Equal Opportunity Compliance Program is:

A. To provide a uniform and consistent review of all equal opportunity and labor standard requirements associated with grants from other governmental agencies to the City of Portland.

B. To establish guidelines, instructions, uniform reporting formats, related administrative support, and assistance necessary to comply with grant equal opportunity requirements.

C. To provide a single, initial contact for grantor agencies and others seeking information about, or contact with, grantee bureaus or offices on EO matters.


3.100.063 Responsibility.

(Amended by Ordinance No. 150738, effective Dec. 13, 1980.) Affected City agencies shall have responsibilities under this Section as follows:

A. Federal Grants Coordinator shall submit all grant applications to the Contract and Grants Compliance Division for determination of equal opportunity requirements. No grant application shall be submitted to the City Council unless the Contract and Grants Compliance Division has reviewed the applicable equal opportunity requirements and obligations.

Following the award of any grant, the Federal Grants Coordinator shall provide the Contract and Grants Compliance Division with copies of the grant and applicable related documents.

B. Contract and Grants Compliance Division shall serve as the point of contact for all communications relating to grant equal opportunity compliance, and shall review all grants as follows:

1. Pre-Application. Before any grant application is submitted to the grantor agency, the equal opportunity provisions shall be reviewed to determine compliance requirements. A report of such review shall be submitted to the Federal Grants Coordinator.

2. Post Award. Immediately after the award of any grant, the Contract and Grants Compliance Division shall advise the grantee bureau or office of applicable requirements and provide guidelines, instructions, forms, and assistance, as required to assist the bureau or office to implement compliance.

C. Grantee Bureaus or Offices. Shall be fully responsible for compliance with all equal opportunity requirements imposed by applicable grants. In the discharge of such responsibility, grantee bureaus or offices shall cooperate fully with the Contract and Grants Compliance Division including, but not limited to, accumulation of applicable data, preparation of suitable records, and submission of such records and forms as may be required.


3.100.064 Compliance Monitoring.

(Amended by Ordinance No. 150738, effective Dec. 13, 1980.) The Contract and Grants Compliance Division shall monitor the program at appropriate intervals to assure compliance with requirements. Where difficulties are noted, recommendations shall be made to the appropriate bureau, office supervisor or project manager.


3.100.065 Rules and Regulations.

(Amended by Ordinance No. 150738, effective Dec. 13, 1980.) The Contract and Grants Compliance Division shall establish and maintain suitable rules and regulations for administration of the Grant Equal Opportunity Compliance Program.


3.100.080 Minority/Female Purchasing Program.

(Amended by Ordinance No. 150738, effective Dec. 13, 1980.)


3.100.081 Definitions.

(Amended by Ordinance No. 150738, effective Dec. 13, 1980.) As used in this Section:

A. "Minority" or "minorities" means Blacks, Hispanic Americans, Pacific Islanders, Asian Americans, American Indians, Aleuts and Eskimos.

B. "Members of Other Groups" (MOG) means members of other groups or other individuals than those specified in A above, found to be economically and socially disadvantaged by the Small Business Administration under Section 8(a) of the Small Business Act, as amended (15 U.S.C. 637(a)). These MOGs shall also be eligible to participate in this program.

C. "Minority business enterprise" (MBE) means a business at least 50 percent of which is owned by minorities or, in the case of publicly owned business, at least 51 percent of the stock of which is owned by minorities and whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more such individuals.

D. "Female business enterprise" (FBE) means a business at least 50 percent of which is owned by females or, in the case of a publicly owned business, at least 51 percent of the stock of which is owned by females and whose management and daily business operations are controlled by one or more individuals.


3.100.082 Purpose.
(Amended by Ordinance No. 150738, effective Dec. 13, 1980.) The purpose of the Minority/Female Purchasing Program is to encourage and promote the sale of goods and/or services by minority and female business enterprises to the City of Portland. When such services are provided by federal funds encouraging or requiring MBE/FBE participation, the City shall take necessary action to comply with federal laws, regulations and contracting requirements.

3.100.083 Liaison Officer.

(Added by Ordinance No. 150738, effective Dec. 13, 1980.) The designated Liaison Officer shall be the Purchasing Agent, who will be responsible for the day to day management of all elements of the program.


3.100.084 Minority/Female Business Enterprise List.

(Amended by Ordinance Nos. 150738 and 155018, effective Aug. 25, 1983.) The Contract and Grants Compliance Division of the Office of Fiscal Administration shall establish and maintain a current list of minority/female business enterprises, with indications of product and service areas. Such lists shall be consulted when requests for quotations for supply of goods and/or services are received.


3.100.085 Advertising.

(Amended by Ordinance Nos. 150738 and 155018, effective Aug. 25, 1983.) The Purchasing Agent shall advertise periodically in local publications (including the Daily Journal of Commerce, female and minority publications) that the City encourages bidding by MBEs and FBEs and that the City will assist such firms to understand and participate in formal bidding process.


3.100.086 Minority/Female Purchasing Associations.

(Amended by Ordinance Nos. 150738 and 155018, effective Aug. 25, 1983.) The Purchasing Grants Compliance Division shall develop and implement certification and review criteria for authorization of eligible MBE/FBE participants. Such certification shall be no less often than annually.


3.100.089 Rules and Regulations.

(Amended by Ordinance Nos. 150738 and 155018, effective Aug. 25, 1983.) The Purchasing Agent (Bureau of Financial Affairs) shall establish and maintain rules and regulations for administration of the Minority/Female Purchasing Program.


3.100.090 Metropolitan Human Relations Commission Review and Evaluation.

(Repealed by Ordinance No. 173369, effective May 12, 1999.)


Title 3
Chapter 3.02 Council Organization and Procedure
Chapter 3.04 Subpoena Powers
Chapter 3.05 City Auditor's Audit Services Division
Chapter 3.06 Departments, Bureaus and Divisions Generally
Chapter 3.08 Treasurer
Chapter 3.10 Office of City Attorney
Chapter 3.12 Bureau of Transportation
Chapter 3.13 Bureau of Environmental Services
Chapter 3.15 Office of Management and Finance
Chapter 3.16 City Budget Office
Chapter 3.18 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.20 Bureau of Police
Chapter 3.21 City Auditor's Independent Police Review Division
Chapter 3.22 Portland Fire & Rescue
Chapter 3.24 Portland Water Bureau
Chapter 3.26 Bureau of Parks
Chapter 3.27 Portland Parks and Recreation Board
Chapter 3.28 Bureau of Health
Chapter 3.30 Bureau of Development Services
Chapter 3.32 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.33 Bureau of Planning and Sustainability
Chapter 3.34 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.36 Portland Housing Bureau
Chapter 3.38 Portland Housing Advisory Commission (PHAC)
Chapter 3.40 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.44 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.46 Bureau of Insect Control
Chapter 3.52 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.53 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.54 Loss Control and Prevention
Chapter 3.57 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.58 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.60 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.62 Boxing Commission
Chapter 3.64 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.66 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.67 Performing Arts Advisory Committee
Chapter 3.68 Formal Japanese Garden Commission
Chapter 3.70 Pittock Mansion Advisory Commission
Chapter 3.71 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.72 Committee on Claims
Chapter 3.74 Oaths of Office
Chapter 3.76 Public Records
Chapter 3.77 Office of the Ombudsman
Chapter 3.78 Acquisition of County Property for Park Purposes
Chapter 3.80 Special Permits
Chapter 3.82 Officer and Employee Bonds
Chapter 3.84 City Owned Motor Vehicle Accident Reports
Chapter 3.86 Golf Advisory Committee
Chapter 3.88 Investment Advisory Committee
Chapter 3.90 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.92 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.94 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.95 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.96 Office of Neighborhood Involvement
Chapter 3.98 Towing Board of Review
Chapter 3.99 Fair Wage Policies
Chapter 3.100 Equal Opportunity
Chapter 3.101 Property Tax Exemption for Low Income Housing Held by Charitable Non-Profit Organizations
Chapter 3.102 Property Tax Exemption for New Construction of Single-Unit Housing in Homebuyer Opportunity Areas
Chapter 3.103 Property Tax Exemption for Multiple-Unit Housing Development
Chapter 3.104 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.105 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.106 Exposition-Recreation Commission
Chapter 3.107 Water Quality Advisory Committee
Chapter 3.110 Bureau of Hydroelectric Power
Chapter 3.111 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.112 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.114 Office for Community Technology
Chapter 3.115 Mt. Hood Cable Regulatory Commission
Chapter 3.116 Waterways Advisory Committee
Chapter 3.120 (Repealed)
Chapter 3.122 Economic Improvement Districts
Chapter 3.123 Portland Utility Review Board
Chapter 3.124 Portland Bureau of Emergency Management
Chapter 3.125 Disaster Policy Council
Chapter 3.126 Emergency Management Steering Committee
Chapter 3.127 Bureau of Portland Fire and Police Disability and Retirement
Chapter 3.128 Office of Equity and Human Rights
Chapter 3.129 Human Rights Commission