Our Eliot Livability Team has been busy working with businesses, residents and the city to clean up our neighborhood. Here are a list of some helpful phone numbers and websites to contact the city about issues you may have around your property or that you notice in the neighborhood. Save this for future reference and thanks for helping keep Eliot clean and safe.
City complaint lines:
- Lawn maintenance – (503) 823-1711
- Street cleaning – Judy Brown – (503) 823-1778
- Sewers – (503) 823-1747
- Big trash items. Your garbage and recycling company can remove large items that are not reusable or recyclable for an extra charge. Call your company a week in advance and they will give you a cost estimate. For a reasonable charge, they will pick up appliances, furniture, large branches, stumps, and other big items.
- Waste Management of Oregon – (800) 808-5901
- Broken sidewalks – Use the PDX Reporter app
- DEQ complaint line – (503) 229-5263
- Police non-emergency – (503) 823-3333
- TriMet: cleanliness, trash complaints – (503) 238-7433 – firstname.lastname@example.org
- TriMet: trash cans – (503) 962-2180
- Bureau of Environmental Services – Dylan Rivera (503) 823-3723 or Linkman (503) 823-5328
- Referral line – City/County general info line – (503) 823-4000
- Traffic safety – (503) 823-SAFE
- Graffiti – (503) 823-4TAG
- Noise control – (503) 823-7350
- Abandoned autos – (503) 823-7309
- Park rangers – (503) 823-1637
- Code Enforcement – (503) 823-2633
- Parks & Rec Urban Forestry to report tree obstruction of sidewalk and or roadway 505-823-8733
- PDX Reporter app
- Police online reporting
- Eliot Square Property Management (for housing on Russell, Rodney, Sacramento) Portland Housing Bureau, Housing Authority – Mike or John (503) 280-3860
- Power company substation (Rodney Ave. between Russell and Knott St) (503) 883-7034 or (503) 737-3301
Neighborhood resident assistance
Elders in Action – (503) 823-5269
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Be aware the City isn’t picking up abandoned autos current because their lot is full. That is what we are told, but my relatives in the west hills are getting responses to their complaints they say.
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