Portland City Hall is the headquarters of city government of Portland, Oregon, United States. The four-story Italian Renaissance-style building houses the offices of the City Council, which consists of the mayor and four commissioners, and several other offices. City Hall is also home to the City Council chambers, located in the rotunda on the east side of the structure. Completed in 1895, the building was added to the National Register of Historic Places on November 21, 1974. City Hall has gone through several renovations, with the most recent overhaul gutting the interior to upgrade it to modern seismic and safety standards. The original was built for $600,000, while the 1996 to 1998 renovation cost $29 million.Put Portland City Hall and other Portland attractions into our Portland online trip itinerary maker , and watch your holiday take shape.
Located in downtown Portland, City Hall sits on an entire city block along Fourth and Fifth avenues at Madison and Jefferson Streets. To the south is the Wells Fargo Center, and to the north is the Portland Building. Terry Schrunk Plaza (named for a former mayor) is across Fourth Avenue to the east. In addition to more than 87000sqft of interior space, the exterior consists of landscaped grounds. The main entrance is located on Fourth Avenue, though for a time it was located on the Fifth Avenue side.
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Nous y sommes entrés par hasard, mais la visite vaut le coup d’oeil. Un très bel escalier un marbre avec des contre-marches en cuivre, des colonnes en marbre, un très vieil ascenseur comme on en voit ... more »We entered by chance, but the visit worth the look. A very nice one staircase marble columns in marble, a very old elevator with countermarches brass, as we see in some films (the mechanism is certainly modern). A beautiful digital photo exhibition on the history of the city of Portland. We did not regret this visit. Free.
Our Team of Portland Housing Advocates hanging out in front of Portland City Hall prior to our meeting with newly elected City Commissioner - Jo Ann Hardesty and her amazing staff. We are blessed to have a highly skilled and superbly dedicated team contributing to the well-being of all Portland residents. 2019 is the year of the Blue Wave 2.0 and we are all going to see that our City and our country is headed toward a brighter future.
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