This page has three sections:
- City and Regional Services
- Community News and Information
- Social Services and Organizations
CITY AND REGIONAL SERVICES
Report a Disabled Vehicle – Use this form to report disabled vehicles on private property. To report vehicles located in the street or public right-of-way, please contact Abandoned Autos at 503-823-7309.
Transportation Options – Information about all forms of transportation.
Metro Recycling Services – Information about how to responsibly dispose of all sorts of materials, from paint to toys. They recommend calling for the best information: 503-234-3000
Neighborhood Nuisance Complaints– Report property nuisances such as trash, debris, tall grass/weeds, etc.
Neighborhood Housing Violation Complaints – Report housing maintenance issues such as building damage and other housing hazards.
Water Conservation Device and Information Request – City of Portland water customers can order free conservation devices through this link.
Dangerous Building – Report safety issues such as collapsing buildings or retaining walls.
Noise – Report noise concerns such as construction activity outside permitted hours, loud music/stereos, leaf blower noise, vehicle noise, etc. (Note: Please call Multnomah Animal Control for barking dogs, NW Rotorcraft Association for helicopters, and the Port of Portland for airplane noise.)
Report a Street Light Problem – To report a light out, a light going on and off, a light on during the day, vandalism, or any other problem with a street light.
General Request – Ask questions regarding city information and services.
COMMUNITY NEWS AND INFORMATION
Nextdoor – a free, private social network to connect with your neighbors and your community.
KBOO – Community-supported radio that features programming created by community members. KBOO strives to offer underreported and underpresented views and news.
NEIGHBORHOOD & SOCIAL SERVICES AND ORGANIZATIONS
Project Clean Slate – Provides assistance with cleaning up personal legal records.
Community Alliance of Tenants – An organization that educates and empowers tenants to demand affordable, stable and safe rental homes.
Oregon Food Bank – An organization that works to eliminate hunger and its root causes.
Urban League Portland – The nation’s oldest and largest community-based movement devoted to empowering African Americans to enter the economic and social mainstream.
Uniting to Understand Racism – An organization that strives to advance racial justice and reconciliation through honest dialog, acts of reconciliation and education.
Growing Gardens – Works to eliminate hunger by teaching people to grow their own food.
Hands on Greater Portland – Helps people find volunteer projects.
The Bicycle Transportation Alliance – Bicycle advocacy and safety education for youth and adutls.