All articles tagged "homelessness"
homelessness Mar 9 3:21 PM

Portland’s First Sanctioned Mass Homeless Camp Expected to Open This Summer in Central Eastside

California-based nonprofit Urban Alchemy will run the 150 person camp.

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Housing Jun 20 4:00 AM

A Safe Place to Sleep

How an Experimental Village for Homeless Women Defied Portland’s Expectations

News Jan 31 4:00 AM

Portland Has a Brand New Houseless Community

Advocates Say the Village of Hope is a Sanctuary, But the City’s Planning a Crackdown

News Jan 17 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Incoming Calls

A Local Attorney Believes the City’s NIMBYs Can Help Fix Homelessness—and Now He Has Their Numbers

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Housing Jan 17 4:00 AM

R2DToo Is No Longer in the Epicenter of Portland’s Homelessness Crisis

Seven Months After the Village Moved, A Lot Has Changed. And A Lot Hasn’t.

News Dec 13 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Crossing Columbia

Mayor Ted Wheeler’s Office Has Been Quietly Looking to Expand Sidewalk Regulations for Months, an Aide Says

Housing Dec 6 4:00 AM

Portland Has Strict Standards For Outlawing Sidewalk Sitting—Unless Cops Ask

Now the recent decision to expand no-sit sidewalks has created a headache for Mayor Ted Wheeler

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News Nov 29 4:00 AM

As Winter Approaches, the Homeless Are Using Dangerous Methods to Keep Warm

It’s a Costly Side Effect of Portland’s Housing Crisis

News Nov 22 4:00 AM

In Other News

Budget Cuts Amid Surging Tax Revenues? Homelessness Officials Prep for Winter.

News Oct 18 4:00 AM

In Other News

Relaxed Camping Laws, Racist Backpedalling, and the Thorns Are Champions!

News Oct 11 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Echoes of Charlie

As Ted Wheeler Steeps Himself in the Homelessness Crisis, He’s Sounding More Like His Predecessor

News Aug 30 4:00 AM

Hall Monitor: Back on Hoyt Street

Officials Are Eyeing an Old Town Warehouse for Shelter Space. Will This Time Be Different?

News Aug 23 4:00 AM

In Other News

Homelessness Services Are Up! PBOT Swoosh Artist Pays!

Housing Aug 16 4:00 AM

The Run-down Stewart Apartments Are a Sanctuary for Poor Portlanders

They Might Be Gone at the End of the Month