Updates and key information from City of Portland:
Are you wondering how your business will be affected by potential protest activity during election season? Working together, we can protect free speech and keep Portland safe.
Here’s what we’re doing:
Portland Police and the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office are adding resources and increasing collaboration.
Here’s what you can do:
Follow these simple tips to secure your business and support your community.
- Stay Informed:
Follow @PortlandPolice and @MultCoSO for the latest information.
- Be Aware:
Assess the area around your business. Monitor news on social media.
- Secure Property:
Lock and secure dumpsters, remove A-frame signs and furniture in front of your business.
- Report Crimes:
Report emergencies by calling 9-1-1. Make non-emergency reports at 503-823-3333.
- Respect Free Speech:
Expect peaceful protests. We’re here to protect free speech, including yours!
COMMUNITY SAFETY UPDATES
Election 2020 – Updates to Business Community from Portland Police Chief Chuck Lovell, III
Statement issued Oct. 16
COMMUNITY SAFETY – PORTLAND POLICE BUREAU
BUSINESS LIAISON CONTACT:
Lt. Jacob Jensen
Acting Captain – Central Precinct
GRAFFITI & LIVABILITY ISSUES
GRAFFITI CONTACT FOR CITY OF PORTLAND
Graffiti Program Coordinator, Livability Program
Office of Community & Civic Life
GRAFFITI – ODOT AREAS
DOWNTOWN PORTLAND CLEAN & SAFE – NON-EMERGENCY
If you are located within the Downtown Portland Clean & Safe District and need help with a non-emergency issue outside of your building, call us at 503-224-7383