FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 27, 2011
Contact: Ross Caron | Bureau of Development Services | 503.823.4268
(Portland, OR) Recognizing our business and community partners’ reliance on the services and resources we provide, the Bureau of Development Services is providing advance notice of its Holiday closure schedule. As we draw closer to some of these closure dates, additional notification will be provided.
Friday, November 11, 2011 (Veterans'Day Holiday)
The Bureau of Development Services will be closed November 11, 2011
for Veterans' Day.
Thursday, November 24, 2011 (Thanksgiving Day Holiday)
The Bureau of Development Services will be closed November 24, 2011
in celebration of Thanksgiving Day.
Friday, November 25, 2011 (Day after Thanksgiving Day Holiday)
The Bureau of Development Services will be closed November 25, 2011.
Monday, December 26, 2011 (Christmas Day Holiday, Observed)
The Bureau of Development Services will be closed December 26, 2011
in observation of Christmas Day.
December 27 thru 30, 2011 (Week between Christmas and New Year's Day Holidays)
The Development Services Center (1st Floor) and Permitting Services (2nd Floor) will be closed
December 27th through 30th. All other Bureau of Development Services Offices will be open
during this period of time and requested daily inspections will be performed.
Portland Bureau of Transportation parking permits (Temporary Use of the Public
Right-of-Way) may be obtained from the Development Services Center (Tuesday through
Friday, 8:00AM to 3:00PM) during this period of time by calling 503.823.7365 for assistance.
Monday, January 2, 2012 (New Year's Day Holiday, Observed)
The Bureau of Development Services will be closed January 2, 2012
in observation of New Year's Day 2012.
Access to the Portland State University Underground Parking Garage located below the Development Services Center will be limited to monthly parking pass holders only during the observed holidays listed above and the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day Holidays. There are three commercial surface parking lots within a block of the 1900 Building - one directly across SW 4th Ave. and two at the intersection of SW 4th Ave. & SW Harrison St. - as well as metered on-street parking.