Mayor’s Town Hall on Portland’s Climate Priorities

Let’s Talk Climate will host Mayor Ted Wheeler in a Climate Action Town Hall on Thursday, March 16th at 7 p.m. in TaborSpace, 5441 SE Belmont St., Portland. Climate stability and preparedness were key topics during the 2016 election campaign and Portland citizens elected a mayor who has made climate action a top priority.

Portland’s Climate Action Plan calls for significant commitment from many of the city bureaus in order to prepare for the inevitable impacts of climate change. Hotter summers, more flooding, new levels of uncertainty – these are some of the predictions for the coming decades in Portland. This town hall offers an opportunity to hear from city officials as they consider climate action steps in the immediate future. How will the bureaus meet these new goals? How will the mayor set priorities? How can citizens contribute to help mitigate climate impacts?

The mayor will speak briefly, followed by comments by senior staff, with plenty of time for questions and answers in a town hall format. Guests include: Ted Wheeler, Portland City Mayor; Michael Armstrong, Senior Climate Planner, Bureau of Planning and Sustainability; Nathan Howard, senior policy advisor to the mayor.

This event is free and open to the public; donations gratefully accepted to help defray expenses. If you plan to attend, please let us know to help our planning on Eventbrite. For more information, inquire at

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Bike parking available. Trimet bus line 15. Carpooling recommended.

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  1. Gorgeous place, I just went here with someone. The place itself was beautiful and spacious, the seats were comfortable and wide. From where I was sitting at least, the views were great. I think the music at venues in Los Angeles really did a great job of filling up the space.


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