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City Resources

Winter Weather Basics and FAQ

Do Good Multnomah

Do Good Multnomah is doing our due diligence with daily reports to the city regarding both abandoned vehicles and tents in the community. We understand that this is a stressful and emotional time for the neighborhood. The resources listed below are helpful for navigating and reporting houseless concerns. Please know that we are a non-profit and we must address all concerns through these channels. We are not legally able to move tents or vehicles ourselves.

PDX Reporter (report tents):

The PDX Reporter app is a convenient way to interact with city bureaus and report problems and maintenance issues within Portland city limits. You can report tents here.

Report Vehicles

Due to the increase of abandoned and junk vehicles on City property, we have modified our response so we can prioritize the removal of vehicles that create the biggest livability problems in our neighborhoods. Based on that, please take time to read our updated web page before submitting a report.

Homelessness Toolkit

Policy, laws, and information regarding houseless communities

North Portland Neighborhood Services

North Portland Neighborhood Services is funded by and operating in collaboration with the Office of Neighborhood Involvement, provides support, technical assistance and fund management to the volunteer-based neighborhood associations participating in efforts to enhance the livability of their neighborhoods. North Portland Neighborhood Services office, located upstairs at the Historic Kenton Firehouse on N. Brandon and Schofield, can be reached at 503-823-8836 or 503-823-8877, or by email

Emergency Preparedness

Public Alerts

PublicAlerts sends information about how to stay safe during an emergency. It can send messages by text, email, or voice message. It's available for anyone who lives, works, or visits the Portland-Vancouver Region. Personal information is kept secure and private. The service is free, but message and data rates may apply depending on your phone provider. Sign up here.

City of Portland

Community and Civic Life 1221 SW 4th Ave, Room 110 Portland, OR 97204 Phone: 503-823-4519

Portland Police 1111 S.W. 2nd Avenue Portland, Oregon 97204 Emergency: 911 Non-emergency: 503-823-3333 Police Information: 503-823-4636 (7:00am – Midnight, M-F) TTY: 503-823-4736 E-mail:

Portland Metro Region 600 NE Grand Ave. Portland, OR 97232-2736 Phone: (503) 797-1700 | TDD (503) 797-1804

Multnomah County

Elected Officials

Federal Representatives

Oregon’s United States Senators Jeff Merkley Ron Wyden

Oregon’s US House of Representatives Earl Blumenauer, District 3

State Representatives

Kate Brown, Governor Michael Dembrow, State Senator, District 23 Barbara Smith Warner, State Representative, District 45

Mailling List Signup

The best way to stay updated on the latest neighborhood events.

Adjoining Neighborhoods