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The City of Portland, Oregon

Ted Wheeler

Mayor, City of Portland

main phone: 503-823-4120

Opinion line: 503-823-4127

1221 SW 4th Ave, Room 340, Portland, OR 97204

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Mayor Wheeler's State of the City Address

Given March 24, 2017 at The Sentinel Hotel

A Message to Our City

(AP Photo/Gillian Flaccus)

Danielle Outlaw to Lead Portland Police Bureau

Outlaw is a 19-year veteran of the Oakland Police Department, where she served as Deputy Chief

Press Releases

Press Releases

Joint Office of Homelessness's Severe Weather Plan

No one will be turned away: Preparing our response for severe winter weather

2017 Year in Review - Mayor Ted Wheeler

In 2017 the City Council made progress on the issues Portlanders care about most: housing, homelessness, public safety, economic growth, environmental protection, equity, and government transparency and accountability.

Mayor Wheeler Takes a Look Back at 2017 in His Year in Review

After facing a series of crises, City Council makes progress on the issues Portlanders care about most

Mayor's Remarks: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Presented to the Vancouver Avenue First Baptist Church - January 13, 2018

A Message from the Mayor's Team

Better Connections with the People of Portland

A Letter from Mayor Ted Wheeler to the Students of Portland

As students, you already know more about mass gun violence than anybody should. You have practiced mass shooter drills and you have lived life under threat as if this is how life in America is supposed to be.

Portland's 2018 State of the City Address

As Prepared for Delivery - April 12, 2018

Mayor Wheeler's Small Business Spotlight

Welcome to the Small Business Spotlight page