For the past couple of years, cities like Portland, Beaverton and Hillsboro have been able to compost food scraps. Now, with the exception of the city of Banks, all of Washington County will be able to compost beginning October 1.
This week, the county-run Joint Office of Homeless Services received the results of a third-party review that took place over the past couple of months, which includes observations on the office’s current effectiveness and recommendations on how to move forward.
The Lloyd Center has revealed the first look at its conceptual masterplan, which envisions the Lloyd Center site as a connected, diverse neighborhood with housing, retail, restaurants, entertainment venues, and community spaces.
Portland Public Schools is celebrating as students demonstrated significant progress in the Oregon Statewide Assessment for the 2022-2023 school year, outperforming other Oregon students in several subjects.