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The City of Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon

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General Information: 503-823-4000

E-mail: cityinfo@portlandoregon.gov

1221 SW 4th Avenue, Room 110, Portland, OR 97204

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News and Updates

Portlanders had a blast at Sunday Parkways on the Green Loop

Some 33,000 riders, striders, walkers, rollers and strollers turned out to celebrate and explore the proposed six-mile linear park around the Central City.

Catch a ride on the Green Loop at the July 22 Sunday Parkways

Be among the first to follow the proposed alignment for a six-mile linear park in the Central City!

Green Loop concept gets the green light from City Council

Commissioners vote unanimously to move the concept for a linear park in the heart of the city forward.

Get Ready for Sunday Parkways on the Green Loop!

This year’s event features the route for Portland’s version of the Highline.

Green Loop and Untitled Studios bring the community together at Design Week PDX

Excitement about and interest in the proposed six-mile linear park around the Central City shows that this urban design concept has arrived!

What’s the Green Loop?

Find out at the upcoming Design Week.

Experience the Green Loop, virtually

Computer-generated simulation tool shows the community their own “Emerald City.”

Bureau of Planning and Sustainability’s Green Loop is star attraction at Design Week Portland

New concept for a “linear park” throughout the Central City is brought to life by Untitled Studio.

Green Loop is featured attraction at Saturday Walkways event in the Park Blocks

Loop PDX contest winner Untitled Studios engaged hundreds of people participating in the all-day event

The Intertwine Alliance

Additional Green Loop information and background from The Intertwine.

Design Week Portland Competition: Loop PDX

Make an impact on the future of the city by bringing to life Portland’s proposed Green Loop. Finalists will present during Design Week Portland in April and the winning proposal will receive up to $20,000 for further development.